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Transporting Bike Cases and Bags

Updated: 12/21/17 Format: Article
Transporting Bike Cases and Bags


Performance Bike Ship Powered by Air Caddy

Updated: 11/1/17 Format: Article
Performance Bike Ship Powered by Air Caddy

Place triangular box on a large flat surface (ground is best) and open up into a large prism with all the flaps open. The flat part facing you as shown here will now be called the front of the box.


How to Remove And Install Cartridge Bottom Brackets

Updated: 2/1/17 Format: Video
How to Remove And Install Cartridge Bottom Brackets

In this video you will learn how to remove and install a cartridge bottom bracket. The process is relatively simple, but some special tools are needed to complete the task. A bottom bracket removal tool is required for the removal and installation of the cartridge and a work stand or similar device is also helpful in order to suspend and secure your bike while you work.


How To Remove And Install Press Fit Bottom Brackets

Updated: 2/1/17 Format: Video
How To Remove And Install Press Fit Bottom Brackets

In this video you will learn how to remove and install a press fit bottom bracket. The addition of a press fit bottom bracket allows you to free up some weight while strengthening your bike at the same time. You will need to have some special tools for the installation – primarily a bearing cup press and a bottom bracket tool. Please see the links below for additional information regarding these essential tools.


How To Remove And Install Mountain Bike Shifters And Brake Levers

Updated: 2/1/17 Format: Video
How To Remove And Install Mountain Bike Shifters And Brake Levers

In this video you will learn how to install mountain bike shifters and brake levers. All you will need is a 5 mm Allen Wrench. And of course, a mountain bike with shifters and brake levers. The process is fairly straight forward and removal and installation is a simple process. However, when installing, you will want to pay close attention to the order in which the brake levers and shifters are applied. Remember, from a riding positon, your left side is the front brake lever and shifter and your right side is the rear brake lever and shifter.