A "fixie" bike is a nickname for a fixed-gear bicycle, which is a single-speed bicycle that operates without a freewheel mechanism. A freewheel allows the wheels to spin without moving the pedals. This means that a fixed... More »

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Some of the least expensive dirt bikes for sale as of 2015 are the 2013 Kuberg Start at $1,099, the 2009 Yamaha PW50 at $1,199, the 2012 Yamaha PW50 at $1,290, and the 2009 Yamaha TT-R50E at $1,299. These are all for sal... More »

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As of 2015, consumers can find new dirt bikes for sale at SuperiorPowersports.com, and both new and used dirt bikes through CycleTrader.com. Each website offers dirt bikes with several engine sizes and from various manuf... More »

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The average bicycle is around 68 inches long, including the wheels. A bike's length depends on the size of the wheels and the wheelbase of the bike. The wheelbase is around 39 to 42 inches on most bikes, and most wheels ... More »

To change a bike tire, remove the tire from your bicycle, and remove the tube from the rim. Remove the tube, and put a new tube into the tire. Replace the tire on the rim and inflate. Put the inflated tire back on the bi... More »

While it is possible to buy training wheels for a 20-inch bicycle, doing so is usually not a good idea, according to bicycling expert Sheldon Brown. Training wheels should only be used for the first two to three years of... More »

A two-person bicycle is type of tandem bicycle, usually equipped with two seats and two sets of pedals, with riders aligned along the frame. The earliest known patented design of a tandem bike belonged to Danish inventor... More »

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