The trunk is universal
Universal bike rack Stels
NH-CS510AP Nuvo roof rack, console, universal, seatpost mount, aluminum, black
Stels Navigator 730 Disc
Mountain bike Stels Navigator 730 Disc (Stealth Navigator)
Wheel diameter 26 inches, three aluminum frame options: 17.5 inches (suitable for 165-170 cm), 19.5 inches (for a person 180-190 cm tall) and 21.5 inches (for a person over 190 cm tall), number of speeds 21, weight 14.84 kg, mechanical disc brakes, twin aluminum rims. For a detailed description, see the characteristics.
Stels Pilot 140 18
Children’s bicycle Stels Pilot 140 18
Stels Navigator 210 Lady
Stels Navigator 210 Lady road bicycle
Stels Navigator 710 Disc
Mountain bike Stels Navigator 710 Disc (Stealth Navigator)
suspension fork (hardtail), wheel diameter 26 inches, aluminum frame in three versions: 17.5 inches (for people 165-180 cm tall), 19.5 inches (for people 180-190 cm tall) and 21.5 inches (for people over 190 cm tall ), number of speeds 21, weight 15.7 kg, mechanical disc brakes, WEINMANN double aluminum rims. For a detailed description, see the characteristics.
Mountain bike Stels Aggressor (Stealth Aggressor)
Hardtail, wheel diameter 26 inches, aluminum frame 16 inches, number of speeds 21, weight 16.70 kg, mechanical disc front brake, aluminum V brake rear brake, WEINMANN double aluminum rims. For a detailed description, see the characteristics.
Stels Miss 6000
Women’s bike Stels Miss 6000 (Stealth Miss)
wheel diameter 26 inches, suspension fork (hardtail), aluminum frame: 15 inches (for height 150-165 cm), 17 inches (for height 165-175 cm), number of speeds 18, weight 15.12kg, V type aluminum brakes, double aluminum rims. For a detailed description, see the characteristics.
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How to disassemble a bike yourself
A bicycle is a great vehicle that will take you anywhere, and sometimes faster than public transport and a car. But sometimes situations arise when a large one needs to be disassembled and folded compactly in order to transport it over long distances or leave it for long-term storage in a small cubicle. In this article, we will learn how to disassemble a bike yourself, how to prepare for work, what is the correct sequence for dismantling and packing.
Dismantling the front fork for parts
You don’t need to disassemble the part to replace it, but its repair will require you to “fit” into the mechanism and thoroughly dig into it. Let’s consider how to sort out a spring-elastomer type suspension fork:
- Unscrew the bottom fasteners with a hex wrench.
- Remove the spring compression adjustment bolt. Preload. It is the main damper travel regulator.
- Remove the elastomer restrictor or damper.
- Take off the “pants”.
- Using a screwdriver, remove the seals from the pants.
The main reasons why the fork squeaks, makes knocks and does not smooth out vibrations while the bike is moving include wear of parts, water and dirt ingress, lack of internal lubrication. We put in order:
- Remove all dirt from the inside of the pants.
- Thoroughly wipe the fork legs, spring and seals.
- Replace the defective part if necessary.
- Install the elastomer damper (fill oil through the nipple for the hydraulic fork).
- Lubricate the inner cavity. inject oil from a can.
- Install Mounting Bolt and Preload.
It looks like a do-it-yourself bicycle fork bulkhead. Is it needed for a new part? There is an opinion that a plug that has been sorted out at once will be better tuned and will last longer. Much depends on the quality of the kit, but it will be found out in real riding conditions.
Scheduled repairs are done as needed, bulkhead once a season. And of course, you shouldn’t forget about prevention. After each ride, remove dirt from the surface of the oil seals, lubricate, check the fasteners and integrity.
Integrated and semi-integrated
These 2 types of columns are considered rare and have some differences. The semi-integrated one consists of a cup, a bearing located inside the frame, a boot and an oscillating wheel outside. This kind of design allows the handlebars to be set low enough. The setting of the element is carried out in approximately the same way as for the threadless one. The integrated column has no cups at all, so the handlebars are located in the frame tube.
To disassemble the front shield, it is necessary to unscrew the nut on the front fork with a wrench and remove the screws, thereby freeing the shield supports. Then unscrew the screw to secure the guard to the crown of the fork. It is best to turn the front wheel 90⁰ while doing this.
Having disassembled the bike almost completely, disassembling the trunk will no longer be difficult. You just need to unscrew the nut and remove the screw that secures it to the seatpost. Finished!
Whatever purpose you pursue, after the bike is disassembled, it must be cleaned and lubricated. Try not to miss a single detail, do a general cleaning. Thus, you will condemn your bike to a long service.
Particular attention should be paid to the bicycle fork. It would seem such a small and seemingly insignificant detail. Still, take it seriously. The fact is that a properly adjusted fork reduces the stress on the arms when riding, improves the handling of the bike, and also increases the wear time of the steering bearings by reducing the vibration effect. So how to disassemble the plug?
Assembling the bike in reverse order.
Dismantling the bike with your own hands is as easy as shelling pears, and all the work will take less than an hour. The above sequence of disassembly will allow you to quickly pack your two-wheeled horse and prepare it for a long journey.
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How to properly pack your bike
To transport a bicycle, it is advisable to use a special cover. it will not take up much space and will not tear at the most inopportune moment. And the covers are also convenient, because they are often adapted only for bicycles, they have various compartments and s. You can put the bike in a spacious nylon bag, and then tie it tightly on top.
The frame is packed first. we put it as close as possible to one of the walls of the bag so that there is enough space to pack the wheels next to it. They, if the cover is spacious enough, can be put on top of each other, leaving space on the sides for other spare parts. In a flat cover, the wheels are placed next to a small approach to each other.
Parts removed from the bike. handlebar, fork, saddle and transmission parts. are individually wrapped in tight bags or newspaper. This way they will not get lost or damaged during transportation. They can be placed compactly between the frame tubes. Attached accessories are placed in a separate package.
In this case, it is necessary to have an adjustable wrench and a screwdriver on hand. What we do: First, remove the plug from the bicycle pedal. For this we use a screwdriver. The lock nut can now be unscrewed. It is best to keep the axle stationary with a key while doing this. Then we unscrew the cone and take out the bearings. Remember that small balls can fly in different directions! Therefore, it is better to have a magnet on hand or, due to the lack of it, fold small parts into a scarf. Done! You can remove the pedal from the axle.