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 »

Bicycle tires sizes are noted in diameter and width. While there's room for variation in widths, a tire's diameter needs to be accurately matched to the wheel size. The easiest way to discover the size needed for a repla... More »

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To replace the inner tube in a bike tire, release the grips holding the brake and gears. Remove nuts holding the wheel in place, and pull the wheel out. Swap out the tube, and put everything back into place. More »

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To change a bike tube, first remove the wheel from the bike, remove the tire from the rim and then push the valve through the hole to remove the tube. When a bike's tire is flat, it often means there is some type of dama... More »

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Bell bike locks are locking mechanisms specifically made to go through bicycle tire spokes and around an immovable object. Lightweight and durably designed, Bell locks are a practical safety measure for bicyclists. More »

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To find the right size inner tube for your bicycle tire, look at the sidewall of the tire to find the ETRTO and metric or imperial sizes, and examine the valve type. The type of bike you own allows you to determine the b... More »

To replace the inner tube in a bike tire, release the grips holding the brake and gears. Remove nuts holding the wheel in place, and pull the wheel out. Swap out the tube, and put everything back into place. More »

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