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The main parts of a bicycle are wheels, frame, seat, handlebars, and components.
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CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Bicycle Saddle Langsite Speed Accent Mountain Bike  image
$4.96
Whether you're a casual rider or a hardcore racer, this saddle is designed to give you the support and relief you need, no matter the terrain. The special foam layer of the saddle clings perfectly to your body and ensures a comfortable seat due to decompression.
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Bicycle Pedals  Anko Alloy  Aluminum Sealed Bearing  image
$5.70
High strength aluminium alloy pedals that are fit for mountain or road bikes. They are equipped with an ultra-smooth bearing system to optimise every pedal stroke. With light reflector on sides, can reflect lights at night.
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Derailleur  Sunrun Rear  Index Direct Mount 8-9 Speed image
$9.67
This is a direct mount rear derailleur for 6/7/8/9 speed cassettes. The pulley length is 75 mm. The total capacity is 43T.
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Bicycle Pedals   Alloy Type  Aluminum Sealed Bearing image
$7.69
High strength aluminium alloy pedals that are fit for mountain or road bikes. They are equipped with an ultra-smooth bearing system to optimise every pedal stroke. With light reflector on sides, can reflect lights at night.
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Rim Road Bike Aluminium Wheel  26inch Rim Blue Spokes image
$97.80
26 Inch Bike rim, Road Bike Bicycle rim, Durable Wire Bead Tires, 26in x 2.10 Alloy wheels are lighter and stronger than the steel wheels and hence do not break easily nor do they reduce the mileage but increase it by around 0.05 km. The aluminium/nickel alloy is much lighter than steel and makes for more agile performance and better acceleration.
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Crank Bicycle Crank Arm  One Piece Crank 170mm Black  image
$10.99
Chainset choice is determined not only by the type of bike you are riding – BMX, MTB and road chainsets are not interchangeable – but also by the type of riding you prefer
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Crank Bicycle Crank Arm  One Piece Crank 170mm Silver image
$13.19
Chainset choice is determined not only by the type of bike you are riding – BMX, MTB and road chainsets are not interchangeable – but also by the type of riding you prefer
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Rim  Carbon Wheels for  Road Bike 26inch image
$27.47
26 Inch Bike rim, Road Bike Bicycle rim, Durable Wire Bead Tires, 26in x 2.10 Alloy wheels are lighter and stronger than the steel wheels and hence do not break easily nor do they reduce the mileage but increase it by around 0.05 km. The aluminium/nickel alloy is much lighter than steel and makes for more agile performance and better acceleration.
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Rim Road Bike  Front Wheel Aluminum Rim image
$17.58
Durable aluminium bike rims for smooth and speedy rides. Whatever you use your bicycle for, be it for training or for gran Fondo cycling, aluminium wheels are able to offer the best combination of better acceleration milage
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Bicycle Hub Bike Front Sealed  Bearing  image
$111.15
We use sealed so the bearings are protected from road debris and weather, so they spin cleaner and with less friction for longer. Sealed bearings perform as well or better than loose bearings, without maintenance.
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Wheel Hub Coaster   Rear Foot Brake 36 Hole 40 Hole  image
$19.73
A coaster brake is a special rear hub for a bicycle, which performs two functions: It allows the bicycle to roll without forcing the pedals to turn. This is the "coaster" part. ... It is also a brake, operated by turning the pedals backwards.
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Bicycle Tube Inner Tube Size 7.00-15 image
$13.13
An inner tube is an inflatable ring that forms the interior of some pneumatic tires. The tube is inflated with a valve, and fits inside of the casing of the tire. The inflated inner tube provides structural support and suspension, while the outer tire provides grip and protects the more fragile tube.
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Bicycle Cassette Superwin  9 Speed  Bike Cassette image
$19.58
Designed for bikes equipped with cassette bodies and a 9-speed chain. Versatile 11x32 9-speed cassette for all gradients and compatible with all 9-speed Versatile 11x32 9-speed cassette for all gradients and compatible with all 9-speed derailleurs and chains: Shimano, SRAM, MicroSHIFT, Btwin and KMC
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Bicycle Suspension  Frame Shock Absorber  Rear Shock Absorber image
$12.14
Brand new and high-quality bicycle shock absorbers make you more comfortable in the riding process. Rear shock absorber mountain Bike 1500lbs. Spring suspension damper bicycle parts 150mm
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Bicycle Cassette Free-Hub  Bike Cassette  image
$19.58
Newer bikes tend to use type hub called a “cassette hub.” The cassette hub uses a “freehub” system, which is a type of clutch mounted to the body of the hub. ... A lockring threads into the freehub and holds the sprockets, or cogs, in place. When the cogs are removed, the ratcheting freehub remains on the hub body.
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Bicycle Tube Inner Tube Size 6-50-14  image
$7.68
An inner tube is an inflatable ring that forms the interior of some pneumatic tires. The tube is inflated with a valve and fits inside the casing of the tire. The inflated inner tube provides structural support and suspension, while the outer tire provides grip and protects the more fragile tube.
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Bicycle Tube  Inner Tube Size 8.25-16  image
$21.32
An inner tube is an inflatable ring that forms the interior of some pneumatic tires. The tube is inflated with a valve and fits inside the casing of the tire. The inflated inner tube provides structural support and suspension, while the outer tire provides grip and protects the more fragile tube.
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Bicycle Tube Inner Tube  Size 185-195-13 image
$7.93
An inner tube is an inflatable ring that forms the interior of some pneumatic tires. The tube is inflated with a valve, and fits inside of the casing of the tire. The inflated inner tube provides structural support and suspension, while the outer tire provides grip and protects the more fragile tube.
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Brake Hub  Velosteel  Coaster  image
$19.58
Your coaster brake can also be used as a brake when you turn your bike pedals backwards. If you are not comfortable having a coaster brake on your bike, you can disable it by disassembling it from your bike. The entire process will take only a few minutes.
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Brakes X-Spark  Hydraulic Brake Set image
$34.45
Hydraulic brakes are higher end and they perform better than either rim brakes or mechanical discs in just about every respect, but they're more expensive. ...
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Bicycle Saddle Hub Dyn Black  image
$5.70
This saddle appeals to the rider who spends many hours on the bike and thus makes high demands on a certain degree of comfort. The thickness and position of the padding was chosen so that the best possible vibration is filtered out, but freedom of movement is not restricted.
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Bicycle Saddle Buffalo Black  image
$5.70
Whether you ride your bike to work, school, in the park, around the block or even off-road, you will find this seat the perfect choice. It is designed to be the most comfortable padded bike seat replacement.
CS Cycle Ltd
CS Cycle Ltd
Bike parts & accessories
Bicycle Saddle Studded Brown Saddle image
$4.97
Ergonomic design will effectively reduce physical strength, giving you maximum comfort during the riding process

Bicycle Parts

The main parts of a bicycle are wheels, frame, seat, handlebars, and components.

The main parts of a bicycle are wheels, frame, seat, handlebars, and components. We also could consider the helmet as a key safety issue. Wheels give the fundamental purpose to the bicycle; that is why we call it a “bi” (meaning two) and a “cycle” (meaning turning). Tires and tubes are interchangeable. That's common customization we do is we change the tires. Now everything else on the bike is interchangeable meaning you could buy different parts, and swap them out.

The cassette on your bicycle can be found on the rear wheel and is a cluster of sprockets that are a part of the drivetrain. They slide onto the freehub, the ratchet system that controls the drive of your bicycle when you pedal and can have anything from 5 to 12 'speeds'.

Hub - The hub is in the centre of the bike wheel. It's made up of 3 parts: the hub shell, the bearings and the axle.

The frame - When you look at a bicycle, it's easy to see that the frame is the most important part of this vehicle. Not only is the frame the one that holds the entire bike up and together and allows you to sit on and steer it, but it also attests to the quality of the materials used.

The chain - is arguably your bike's weakest and its most important component, converting your body's raw power into a rear-wheel spin.

A thru-axle - is a wheel attachment system that secures a wheel on a hub between a pair of dropouts on a bicycle frame or fork. The thru-axle threads directly through the fork/frame holes and into the wheel hub, which makes the wheel secure from detaching.

Fork - the two-legged part of the frame that holds the front wheel in place. The steerer tube is a part of the fork that extends up into the frame through the head tube.

Bar ends - the angled extensions attached to the ends of some flat handlebars and riser handlebars that provide an alternate place to rest your hands.

Bottom bracket - the collection of ball bearings and spindle housed within the bottom bracket shell of the frame, which provides the "shaft" mechanism on which the crank arms turn.

Braze-ons - threaded sockets that may or may not be present on the bike frame that provides a place to attach accessories such as bottle cages, cargo racks, and fenders.

Cage - the preferred fancy name for a water bottle holder.

Cassette - the collection of gears that are attached to the rear wheel on most modern bicycles (see "Freewheel").

Chainrings - the gears that are attached to the right-hand crank arm nearer to the front of the bike. A bike with two chainrings is said to have a "double crank;" a bike with three chainrings is said to have a "triple crank."

Cog - a single gear on a cassette or freewheel gear cluster, or the single rear gear on a fixed-gear bike.

Crank arms - the pedals screw into these; these bolt onto the bottom bracket spindle.

Cyclocomputer - the preferred fancy word for an electronic speedometer/odometer.

Derailer - the device that is bolted to the frame that handles the job of moving the chain from one gear to another when you shift gears. The front derailer handles the shifting on your chainrings and is usually controlled by your left-hand shifter. The rear derailer handles the shifting on your cassette or freewheel and is usually controlled by your right-hand shifter.

Derailer hanger - a part of the frame where the rear derailleur is attached. It is usually an integrated part of the frame on steel and titanium bikes but is a separate, replaceable piece on aluminium and carbon fibre bikes.

Drop bar - the type of handlebar found on road racing bikes, with the half-circle-shaped curved ends that extend below the top, flatter part of the bar.

Dropouts - the U-shaped notches at the rear of the bike frame, and at the bottom ends of the front fork legs, where the wheels are held in place. So-called because if you loosen the bolts holding a wheel in place, the wheel "drops out."

Fixed gear - a type of bicycle that has a single gear and does not have a freewheel or cassette/freehub mechanism, so you are unable to coast. If the wheels are moving, you have to be pedalling. "Fixie" for short.

Flat bar - a handlebar with little or no upward or downward curve; some flat bars will have a slight backward curve, or "sweep."

Fork - the two-legged part of the frame that holds the front wheel in place. The steerer tube is a part of the fork that extends up into the frame through the head tube.

Frame - the main structural part of the bicycle, commonly made of steel, aluminium, titanium, or carbon fibre. Composed of a top tube, head tube, down tube, bottom bracket shell, seat tube, seat stays, and chainstays (see image). A-frame and fork sold as a combination are referred to as a frameset.

Bicycle Components

Freehub body - a part of the hub on most rear wheels, it provides that coasting mechanism that transfers power to your wheel when you are pedalling forward but allows the rear wheel to turn freely when you are pedalling backwards or not pedalling at all. The cassette is attached to the freehub body.

Freewheel - the collection of gears attached to the rear wheel found on most older bicycles and some lower-end modern bicycles. Both the gears and the coasting mechanism are part of the freewheel component, as opposed to cassette gears, where the gears are a solid, non-moving component, and the coasting mechanism is part of the wheel's hub.

Headset - the collection of bearings housed within the head tube of the bike frame; it provides smooth steering.

Hub - the central component of a wheel; inside the hub are the axle and ball bearings.

Nipple - A small flanged nut that holds a spoke in place on the rim of a wheel. Turning the nipples with a spoke wrench is what allows the tension in the spokes to be adjusted, in order to "true" the wheel, i.e. make sure the wheel is perfectly round.

Rim - the outer "hoop" part of a wheel. Usually made of aluminium, although can be made of steel on some older or low-end bikes, or made of carbon fibre on some high-end racing bikes.

Rim strip or Rim tape - a layer of material, usually cloth, plastic, or rubber, that is installed around the outside of a rim (between the rim and inner tube), to prevent the ends of the spokes from puncturing the inner tube.

Riser bar - a type of handlebar with a "U" shape in the middle. Some riser bars have a very shallow "U" shape, like on some mountain bikes and most hybrid bikes, but some have a very deep "U" shape, like on some retro-style cruiser bikes.

Saddle - the preferred fancy word for "seat."

Seatpost - the rod that connects the saddle to the frame.

Seatpost clamp - the collar located at the top of the seat tube on the frame, which holds the Seatpost at the desired height. Some Seatpost clamps have a quick-release lever that allows for easy, tool-free adjustment, while others require a tool to tighten or loosen the clamp.

Stem - the part that connects the handlebar to the frame. Do not call this the "gooseneck," unless you want to make it perfectly clear that you are a clueless newbie. Stems come in two varieties, threadless--which clamps to the outside of the fork's steerer tube, and threaded, which is held in place by an expanding wedge bolt inside the fork's steerer tube.

Wheel - the complete assembly of the hub, spokes, nipples, and rim.