What parts are needed when making the speed of a road bike?
Hey guys, I'm thinking of buying a road bike frame and only compile the parts of a bicycle project. I do not know much about bikes at all, so I was wondering if you could help me. Exactly what parties would need to make a singlespeed road bike, I have only the frame. Thank you.
You need a fork and headset (probably included) a stem, handlebars, a brake lever / caliper / cable, seatpost, seat (duh), a BB w / a crank, pedals, a set of wheels (I recommend buy a pre built wheels) and tires + tubes. also have a string, and a BMX-style freewheel cog (if not included in the wheel already) tools: Metric set of keys (parktool has the better), chaintool (get the expensive cost of the break after a few uses is totaly worth it), set of hex keys, Cable extractor, vice grips, detachable pump, adjustable wrench, crank extractor tool, bb depending on what you end up with a pedal wrench, head Phillips screwdriver, wrench key type, and a bit of ribbon bars. Apparently this list is intimidating? It should. If you do not know what you need, not what they are doing. Go to your local bike cooperative. Check for one in your area that have all the tools, parts and knowledge you need for a very cheap or even nonexistent. Failing that, go to your local bike shop and talk to someone there. can help, but probably more expensive. I recommend finding a bike container of trash, take it home and dismantle it completely. then try to put back together. work methodically and slowly, and will learn a lot. that is how I learned about bicycles
What do I need to build a complete BMX bike?
Exactly what parts would need to build a bmx race bike?
Frame 1-2-wheel 3 wheel and 4 tubes of gears and connecting rods 5 of 6 chain ring chain 7-8 pedals and rear seats rear seats folder 9 Fork 11 of 10 mothers and rubber coated handlebars of 12 bearings That's all you need for a race bike. Of course, if you want to use on the street, we add to the list, to be legal: 13-Brakes 14 reflectors
Amazing stunt riding...on a carbon road bike