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.
Established in 1954, Bell designs and sells helmets, gear and accessories for cyclists. The Bell SecuriKey Cable Lock is a long, slender, key-enabled, coil-type locking system. This type of bike lock secures the bicycle to many objects including small trees. The Bell Hands Off Bike U-Lock features a hardened steel and shackle crossbar design. The keyed lock is also vinyl-coated for scratch resistance. This type of bike lock is best used when securing a bicycle to a traditional bicycle rack.Learn 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 Mikael Pedersen.Full Answer >
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 replacement tire is to find it stamped on the old tire.Full Answer >
According to Bicycling magazine, the top mountain bike brands as of 2014 are Yeti, Santa Cruz, Trek, Norco, Giant, Scott and Rocky Mountain. Men's Fitness considers the top road bike brands as of 2014 to be Specialized, Bianchi, Cannondale, Cervelo, Planet X, Orbea and Giant.Full Answer >
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 learning to ride a bike at most.Full Answer >