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    The [url=https://lj-bicycle.com/]bicycle[/url]sa is a

    fascinating machine with many parts – so many, in fact,

    that a lot people never actually learn the names and just

    point to an area on their bike when something goes wrong.

    But whether you’re new to bicycles or not, everyone knows

    pointing isn’t always the most effective way to

    communicate. You might find yourself walking out of a bike

    shop with something you didn’t actually want. Ever ask for

    a new “wheel” when all you really needed was a new tire?

    Going into a bike shop to purchase a bike or get a tune up

    can be bewildering; it’s as if the employees speak a

    different language.

    There is a lot of technical jargon in the world of bicycles

    and [url=http://www.lj-bicycle.com/bicycle-accessories/]

    bicycle accessories[/url]. Simply knowing the basic part

    names can help clear the air and even make you feel more

    confident about riding your bike. That’s why we put

    together an article highlighting all, well almost all, the

    parts that make up a bicycle. If this sounds like more work

    than it’s worth just remember that when you’re interested

    in everything you will never have a dull day.

    Use the photo and descriptions below as your guide. If you

    do forget the name of a part you’ve always got your finger

    to help point it out.

    Essential Bicycle Parts / [url=http://www.lj-

    bicycle.com/bicycle-tool/]Bicycle Tool[/url]
    [url=http://www.lj-bicycle.com/bicycle-accessories/pedal/]

    Pedal[/url]

    This is the part that a cyclist places their feet on. The

    pedal is attached to the crank which is the component that

    the cyclist rotates to spin the chain which in turn provides

    the bicycle’s power.


    Front derailleur

    Mechanism for changing the front gears by lifting the chain

    from one chain wheel to another; it allows the cyclist to

    adapt to road conditions.

    Chain (or drive chain)
    Set of metal links meshing with the sprockets on the chain

    wheel and gear wheel to transmit the pedaling motion to the

    rear wheel.

    Chain stay
    Tube connecting the pedal and crank mechanism to the rear-

    wheel hub.

    Rear derailleur
    Mechanism for changing the rear gears by lifting the chain

    from one gear wheel to another; it allows the cyclist to

    adapt to road conditions.


    Rear brake
    Mechanism activated by a brake cable, comprising a caliper

    and return springs; it forces a pair of brake pads against

    the sidewalls to stop the [url=http://www.lj-

    bicycle.com/bike/]bike[/url].

    Seat tube
    Part of the frame leaning slightly to the rear, receiving

    the seat post and joining the pedal mechanism.

    Seat stay
    Tube connecting the top of the seat tube with the rear-wheel

    hub.

    Seat post
    Component supporting and attaching the seat, inserted to

    variable depth into the seat tube to adjust the seat’s

    height.

    Seat
    Small triangular seat attached to the bicycle’s frame.

    Crossbar
    Horizontal part of the frame, connecting the head tube with

    the seat tube and stabilizing the frame.

    Down tube
    Part of the frame connecting the head tube to the pedal

    mechanism; it is the longest and thickest tube in the frame

    and gives it its rigidity.

    Tire valve
    Small clack valve sealing the inflation opening of the inner

    tube; it allows air to enter but prevents it from escaping.

    Spoke
    Thin metal spindle connecting the hub to the rim.

    Tire
    Structure made of cotton and steel fibers coated with

    rubber, mounted on the rim to form the casing for the inner

    tube.
    Rim

    Metal circle constituting the wheel’s circumference and on

    which the tire is mounted.






    Hub


    Central part of the wheel from which spokes radiate.

    Inside the hub are ball bearings enabling it to rotate

    around its axle.






    Fork


    Two tubes connected to the head tube and attached to

    each end of the front-wheel hub.






    Front brake


    Mechanism activated by a brake cable, comprising a

    caliper and return springs; it forces a pair of brake pads

    against the sidewalls to slow down the front wheel.






    [url=http://www.lj-bicycle.com/bicycle-

    accessories/brake-lever/]Brake lever[/url]


    Lever attached to the [url=http://www.lj-

    bicycle.com/bicycle-accessories/handle-bar/]handlebar[/url]s

    for activating the brake caliper via a cable.


    Head tube
    Tube using ball bearings to transmit the steering movement

    to the fork.

    Stem
    Part whose height is adjustable; it is inserted into the

    head tube and supports the handlebars.


    [url=http://www.lj-bicycle.com/bicycle-accessories/bicycle-

    handle-bar-grip/]Bicycle Handle Bar Grip[/url]

    Device made up of two handles connected by a tube, for

    steering the bicycle.

    Brake cable
    Sheathed steel cable transmitting the pressure exerted on

    the brake lever to the brake.


    Shifter
    Lever for changing gears via a cable moving the derailleur.
    Optional Bicycle Parts
    Toe clip
    This is a metal/plastic/leather device attached to the

    pedals that covers the front of the feet, keeping the feet

    in the proper position and increasing peddling power.


    Reflector
    Device returning light toward its source so that other users

    of the road might see the cyclist.

    Fender
    Piece of curved metal covering part of the wheel to protect

    the cyclist from being splashed by water.

    Rear light
    A red light that makes the cyclist visible in the dark.

    Generator
    Mechanism activated by the rear wheel, converting the wheel

    ’s motion into electric energy to power the front and rear

    lights.

    Carrier (aka Rear Rack)
    Device attached to the back of the bicycle for carrying bags

    on each side and packages on top.

    Tire pump
    Device that compresses air and is used to inflate a bicycle

    tire’s inner tube.

    Water bottle clip
    Support attached to the down tube or the seat tube for

    carrying the water bottle.

    Headlight
    Lamp illuminating the ground a few yards in front of the

    bicycle.
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