12 pages matching hub gear in this book
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Superb. Richard Ballantine (an American in London) writes succinctly, imaginatively, practically, knowledgeably, descriptively, informatively, and simply beautifully. Pages 170-173 contain what has ... Read full review
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With the detailed information, illustrations and know-how presented in this book, I had fun, learned a lot, and built a better bike than I could buy in the stores. Fantastic book! After so many years ... Read full review
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3-speed adjustable end wrench adjusting screw alloy ball bearings barrel adjustor bend bicycle bike shops bike stores bikeways bottom bracket brake lever brake shoes cable anchor bolt cable housing caliper brakes Campagnolo center-pull chain rollers chain tool chainset changer Check clean clincher clip clockwise coaster brake cone cotterless counter-clockwise crank crankset cycle cyclist Cyclists Touring Club cyclo-cross derailleur gears Disassembly expander bolt fork tube frame freewheel front sprocket grease handlebars head tube headset hub gear Huret inside locknut lockring loose loosen Lubrication machine models mounting pedal pivot bolt position pounds pull puncture rear wheel reassemble Replace Reynolds 531 rider riding road saddle screwdriver seat post set race shift lever Shimano side to side side-pull slack slot solvent spindle spins spokes steel Street Sun Tour tension roller threaded tighten tool traffic Trouble-shooting tubular tires turn Undo locknut wedge nut weight wrench yoke
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