When you are preparing for your bicycle related work and you’re a beginner on it, you’ll need bicycle diagrams to help you out. We have provided several bike parts diagrams depicting the anatomy of a typical bicycle. Follow these diagrams to study more about bicycle parts! We’ll start by giving you the simple bicycle diagram below.
The bicycle diagrams give us many information about the different of the bicycles. There are many types of bicycle such as tandem, mountain bike, racing bike and bicycle rickshaw. Each of bicycle has different shape and function to the others. You might know what pedals and a handlebar look like, but before you begin to learn basic bike maintenance, you’ll need to know all the parts of your bike and frame, and their function. Use this bike diagram to learn the anatomy of your road bike.
The great majority of modern bicycles have a frame with upright seating that looks much like the first chain-driven bike. Bicycle brakes may be rim brakes, in which friction pads are compressed against the wheel rims; hub brakes, where the mechanism is contained within the wheel hub, or disc brakes, where pads act on a rotor attached to the hub. The wheel axle fits into fork ends in the frame and fork. Tires vary enormously depending on their intended purpose. The following diagrams below show Raleigh model bicycle.
If you are buying a bike to ride with a group of friends, buy something similar to what they ride. All these pictures are printable and you are also provided the unlabeled version of the diagrams. Learn more about the other structure diagrams by browsing through our latest posts or looking it up on the search column!