Show less Riding a bicycle is an increasingly popular activity for recreational as well as practical purposes. However, sometimes it becomes necessary to remove, replace, or clean certain parts of the bike. A track bicycle is a type of bicycle ridden with a single, often fixed gear that is popular in urban areas for its simplicity, maneuverability, ease of maintenance and its style. In this article the maintenance and disassembly of such a bicycle will be discussed. For the sake of convenience, this article assumes the bike in question has a fixed gear.
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Post by ugo. Forum rules. Was thinking I might just replace the bb but I have never done this before and am completely flummoxed by the amount of choice and differing compatibilities. Could somebody please recommend a bb upgrade that will fit my bike. Thanks very much in advance. Undo the cranks and check the BB bearings
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If you have the right tools removing your crank is a relatively simple and painless process. In this video we removed a square taper crank, also know as a cotterless crankset. But on the majority of older bicycles, square taper is what you will be dealing with and in my opinion performs just as well as all that gimmicky new crap. You just have to get out and ride! After you've assembled the necessary tools the you're ready to remove the crank you can get started!