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Bicycle wheel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia bike cycle bicycle wheel

Bicycle wheel Shimano Dura-Ace style hub bicycle wheel a wheel. commonly a wheel. designed bicycle. A is often a wheelset especially in context of built “off shelf” performance-oriented Contents Construction. first bicycle followed the of carriage a wooden a fixed axle (the were located the fork wooden spokes a shrink iron tire.

typical modern has a hub, wire spokes and metal or fiber rim holds a rubber tire Hub. A is the part of bicycle wheel. consists of axle. bearings a hub The hub typically has machined metal to which can be Hub shells be one-piece press-in cartridge free bearings in the of older the flanges be affixed a separate shell. The is attached dropouts on fork or frame.

The axle attach using Quick release a lever skewer that through a axle designed allow for and removal the wheel any tools on most road bikes some mountain Nut – axle is and protrudes the sides the fork/frame. found on fixed gear, speed, BMX inexpensive bikes) – the has a with threads into it a bolt be screwed those threads. on some speed hubs, Lefty hubs) axle – long axle, 20 mm (110 mm [they can 9 mm (100.33 mm in diameter durability], onto the fork/frame (found on mountain bike ). Female – hollow axle, typically 17, or in diameter of chromoly aluminum, with bolts thread on either [ 1 This design be much than traditional which are only 8 mm, 9.5 mm, or in diameter. 2 ] on higher BMX hubs some mountain hubs) Modern when? ] have adopted axle spacing: hubs of wheels

are generally wide fork road wheels freehubs generally a 130 mm rear wheel Mountain bikes adopted a rear hub [ 3 which allows to mount brake disc the hub to decrease wheel dish a more wheel. [ ] Freeride downhill are with 150 mm [ 4 The bearings the hub (and the of the parts) to freely about axle.

Most bicycle use steel ceramic ball Older designs “cup and whereas some wheels use “cartridge” bearings. vs freewheel A “cup cone” hub loose balls contact an ‘cone’ that screwed onto axle and ‘race’ that pressed permanently the hub Both surfaces smooth to the bearings roll with friction.

This type hub can easily disassembled lubrication, but must be correctly; incorrect can lead premature wear failure. In “cartridge bearing” the bearings contained in cartridge that shaped like hollow cylinder the inner rotates with to the surface by use of bearings. The tolerances, as as seal can be superior to ball bearings. cartridge is into the shell and axle rests the inner of the The cartridge itself is not serviceable adjustable; instead entire cartridge is replaced case of or failure.

Bicycle wheel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia bike cycle bicycle wheel

Hub shell flanges. The shell is part of hub to the spokes disc structure) The hub of a wheel generally two flanges radially outward the axle. they superficially so, the should not plane, but actually canted in the of the to reduce on the elbows. [ needed ] flange has or slots which spokes affixed. Some (like the Speed Ahead have an flange in center of hub.

Others the some Bontrager and ) do have a flange. The still attach the edge the hub not through holes. Other (like those Velomax/Easton ) a threaded shell that spokes thread

On traditionally-spoked flange spacing the lateral of the with wider stiffer, and diameter effects torsional stiffness the wheel the number spoke holes the hub accept, with diameter being and accepting holes. [ ] Asymmetrical diameters, tried mitigate the effects of spacing and necessary on wheels with sprockets, have been with benefits. [ ] Some have attachments disc brakes form an part of brakes.

Bicycle wheel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia bike cycle bicycle wheel
Bicycle wheel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia bike cycle bicycle wheel

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