Mountain Bike Parts

Every bike part needs to perform at its peak for a smooth ride. And if there’s a serious problem, these parts need to be fixed/replaced quickly.
You do not always have to go to a bike shop to get these repairs.

You can save both money and time by doing them yourself. And here, you’ll find stepwise guides for it along with videos.

We cover things like replacing brake pads, fixing bent forks, wrapping tape on handlebars, removing a crankset, fixing a chain, etc.

We also answer commonly asked questions like whether you can ride with broken spokes, when to replace tires, how much tire pressure is needed, etc.

This one section is for the bike nerds in the house.

How to Measure A Bike Stem

How to Measure A Bike Stem The Right Way

If you want to purchase the right stem for your bike, you need to learn how to measure bike stems. The bike stem length will fit your body weight and riding style.  This guide would

How To Choose The Right Tire Pressure For MTBs

Deciding The Right Tire Pressure For Your Mountain Bike

The only thing that should contact the ground when riding your mountain bike is the tires. Although they are easy to overlook, the mountain bike tires greatly influence your riding experience more than any other

700x35c tire size in inches

700x35c tire size in inches

Wondering how much is 700x35C in inches? To give you an idea, it is about 27 1/2 inches by 1 3/8 inches (or 1.38 inches). But if you are looking to replace your tires with