User manual for sports power bike starter
by Vy Nhat on Jun 08, 2023
As you all know, the starter on a sports bike has the function to help the rider flexibly move the bike to the appropriate gear and disc. It can be said that this is a very important part that determines the speed of the car. Let's find out how to use the title set in the article below.
1. What is a sports power bike starter?
Sports power bike starter is one of the most important parts of the bike that is responsible for coordinating with other parts to help the bike move more smoothly and flexibly. The bike is equipped with a starter that can accelerate the pedal to the maximum, making it easy for riders to perform advanced skills.
The bicycle starter is composed of 4 main components: the handlebar, the front brake, the rear brake and the cable. Two speed shifters (handles) are designed on the handlebars. In which, on the right is the speedometer (rear thread) and on the left is the disc speedometer (forehead).
1.3. Working principle
Disc speed converter: Usually has 3 speeds, in which:
- Disc 1 (small disc): Suitable for climbing terrain, slow moving vehicles
- Disc 2 (medium disc): Suitable when the vehicle moves at a moderate speed
- Disc 3 (large disc): Suitable when you want to move the car at high speed or when practicing advanced exercises
Gearshifter: Usually has 7 speeds with the task of dividing the pedal speed decided in the previous gear shifter.
- Disc 1 corresponds to cassette 1 - 2 - 3
- Disc 2 corresponds to 3 - 4 - 5 . cassette
- Disc 3 corresponds to the 5 - 6 - 7 . cassette
2. Instructions on how to use the starter on a sport bike
2.1. Shifting discs, cassettes for power-assisted bicycles
Bicycle discs and cassettes have opposite principles of operation. Therefore, to be able to choose the right disc and cassette for the type of terrain you are moving, you need to remember:
- The small disc feels light, and the large disc feels heavier
- In contrast, the small cassette gives the feeling of heavy pedaling often used to accelerate, while the large cassette gives the rider a softer feeling, which is suitable for climbing slopes.
2.2. Use hand press
Remember, the handlebar is equipped with two handlebars that are responsible for adjusting the chain to the necessary disc and cassette. In there:
- The left hand button performs the task of transferring discs
The presser on the right performs the duty of shifting gears
2.3. Efficient disc and cassette coordination
Depending on the condition of the terrain and the needs that you want to move, you should change the disc and cassette so that the pedal force feels most comfortable. Neither too heavy nor too light is best.
Note: In the process of changing the disc, your foot cassette should always be pedaling forward; absolutely do not press firmly, do not press hard, causing the chain to slip or break.
2.4. When to change gears?
In case you are traveling on flat terrain where there is a slope ahead, the shifter switches to the necessary disc and cassette in turn. Avoid the situation of starting uphill and then shifting gears. Similarly, when you have just climbed the slope, you should also shift gears to the disc and cassette in turn to easily accelerate when going downhill. Better yet, you should spend time practicing this skill to create a natural reflex. This helps a lot when you have to move on many different types of terrain.
3. Some notes when using bicycles with starters
- Understand the shifting rules, the combination of the discs and the cassette together to minimize the situation of the chain slipping or breaking, endangering you during the move.
- Do not change discs and cassettes while the vehicle is stationary
- Bonus for regular vehicle inspection and maintenance
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