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    • TheMason Jar

      This diagram shows what the parts of a bicycle are called. Knowing the bike component names (nomenclature) and how to correctly identify them will help you when you need to explain something to a mechanic working on your bike, shopping for upgrades and when you're talking about bikes to other cyclists. Another excellent resource is Sheldon Brown’s bicycle glossary.

    • Jessica Rios Marzigliano

      "For your next triathlon race, it's best to have the best bike components. Read what they are below!" One should not put too much emphasis on a bicycle’s com

    • Sarah Taylor

      The Parts Of A Bicycle Nomenclature Bike Component Names What Things Are Called by Jim Langley

    • Melanie Greene

      Lindsay Hunt's Cycling Tips for Women. I want a BIKE! Great exercise & fun.

    • Lia Wesp

      The Parts Of A Bicycle Nomenclature Bike Component Names What ...

    • Thomas Pearson

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    • Chuck Watkins

      bicycle parts labeled

    • Ry Forshaw

      Road Bike Components

    • Niki Harju

      Triathlon Bike Parts

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