Unboxing a Bike Direct Bike. You will need two different metric hex wrenches and a standard wrench for the pedals is optional.
Great and fast ride on my FatBike Motobecane Boris X9 With The Bluto Fork! Big fun...
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Watch more Bike Repair & Equipment videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/308383-How-to-Adjust-a-Bike-Seat To prevent injury and have more power in your ride, get your bike seat, or saddle, in the optimum position. Step 1: Set test height Stand next to your bike. Set the seat to a height just below your hip. This is a good height to start making adjustments. Step 2: Get help Have a friend stand in front of the bike and hold the handlebars. Get on the seat and spin one of the pedals its bottommost position. With your foot on the pedal, there should be a very slight bend in your knee. Step 3: Adjust Get off the bike and adjust the seat either up or down based on the test. Use an Allen wrench to loosen the bolt located on the seat post clamp. When you're done moving the seat, securely tighten the bolt. Tip After adjusting the seat, make sure the seat front is aligned with the stem to ensure it's facing straight forward. Step 4: Retest Remount the bike and retest the new seat height. Put your heel on a pedal and spin back. You should be able to complete a pedal stroke without your hips rocking. If they do, the saddle it too high. Readjust it to correct. Tip Many people get used to riding with the seat too low, which makes pedaling harder. Raising the seat will make your bike feel faster and lighter. Step 5: Adjust saddle angle Place a level on the high points of the front and rear of the saddle to ensure it's perfectly level. Step 6: Go on several test rides Be sensitive to pressure points from your saddle on your next few rides. If it digs into any unwanted areas, make small incremental adjustments to the saddle angle. Step 7: Mark the spot Mark your perfect seat height by applying red nail polish to the seat post just above the seat post clamp. If you change the height for different terrain, you'll always know where your original position was. Did You Know? The first Tour de France was held on July 1, 1903, with 60 riders. Only 21 of them finished the nearly 2,500-kilometer cross-country odyssey.
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Designed for those wanting the speed of a fast, upright road machine with the strength and comfort to deal with daily commutes. These are true, multi purpose bikes, capable of tackling light cinder trails or breezing passed the evening traffic. Each is kitted out with parts from the world’s finest component makers as well as having mounting points to fit mudguards and carriers.
I am often asked how to fix a bike that won't shift gears or will only shift to some gears. The problem will be the shifters, derailleurs, or cables. I walk through the steps to isolate and locate the issue and how to fix it. I cover both the front derailleur and rear derailleur. How To Fix Shifter Not Catching/Clicking - Won't Shift: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFmqV4klzaY Bike Shifters Won't Shift - The Most Common Cause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbgsJRt-h1A How To Diagnose/Repair Stiff/Sticky Shifting On A Bike: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07Bc0QkudW8 Repair Shimano STX RC Trigger Shifter That Won't Shift: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCRG8J35CVc Derailleur Limiting Screws - What Are They? How To Adjust Limit Screws: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OV1AVcdNjMM Straightening A Bent Derailleur Hanger: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TpsG8eDF53U **If the video was useful or interesting please give it a "thumbs up" and consider subscribing. -T-Shirts: https://www.amazon.com/gp/search?keywords=%22rj+the+bike+guy%22&tag=youtube25-20 -Website: http://www.RJTheBikeGuy.com -Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RJTheBikeGuy -Subscribe Here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=shyflirt1 -YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/RJTheBikeGuy
Outstanding ride with brother Miller! This is Miller's first real FatBike ride on his new Motobeane Fat Bike Night Train and me on my Motobeane Boris X9. The view at Great Falls was simply spectacular!!!
A group of friends head to Java on a mountain biking trip.
A short review on my Wabi special