Depends on how fast you pedal. As it is a single gear bike. BMX bikes are made that way because if crashed, the bike would be 10 times harder to fix.
This bike has a six speed gear box, so six gears.
On the left side of the bike, just behind the crank case and the left foot peg, is the linkage for the gear shifter. It's held in place by a 10mm bolt. Remove the bolt, remove the linkage, and replace at the desired angle.
Depends on if it's a freewheel or a freehub design. For a freewheel you need the appropriate freewheel puller. For a freehub you need a splined lockring tool.
I am looking for one too. This is all I found, I don't know the name of the bike. It might be custom made? http://bmxmongoose.com/images/bikeMS_pics_2010/bikeMS_BMX_2.jpg
I have no idea what you mean by "gear bike", so the question can't be answered.
Top Gear Hyper Bike happened in 2000.
no dirt bike gear is just a helmet and jacket, but paintball gear is a helmet a paintball gun and padding
Top Gear Hyper Bike was created on 2000-03-07.
being in top gear means you cant shift no more and means your going fast as your bike will allow and by bottom gear you mean low gear which means your in lowest gear possible.
Pick a gear that gives you the right ratio, then go for it. No difference than from a single-speed bike.
Muddy question. Option 1: what ever gear the bike is in of course Option 2: a chain-and-sprocket gear.
if your talking about starting the engine up, its best to crank a bike up in neutral but you can in first if you hold the clutch in if you mean riding the bike if you try to go in say fourth gear the bike is likely to stall
1st gear will always be your lowest gear no matter what bike you are on.
No one's got more sports gear than rebel sport
That's pretty much dependent on your strength and your pedalling skills. You are the motor, your ability is what decides how fast the bike is. If the rider is immensely strong, the fastest gear is when you have the chain on a big chainwheel in front, and on a small sprocket at the rear. But for someone of normal strength, the fastest gear is one where you're strong enough to keep turning the cranks at about 100 turns/minute.
Neutral or if you have your foot on the back break then you can only start it in 1st gear if in any other gear the bike will stall if its cold always start it in neutral or it wont start.
You have one down and 4 up in gear.
It will move for you, in fact the higher the gear the easier it will be to move. When you push the bike and begin to rotate the rear wheel with the trans in gear you are rotating the crankshaft of the engine, jumpstarting the engine for all intensive purposes.
remove anything that you dont need like if u have gear brakes take off the hand brakes thats like five pounds less if you have 4 pegs remove at least 2 that would be about 2 pounds off ur bike get light thin tires to lighten up your bike thats about 10 pounds off ur bikw
a dirt bike
Well, a track bike is a bike dedicated for use on a velodrome. It has a fixed gear, no brakes, often a steel drop bar and some other features. But with a but of determination you can stick a fixed gear rear wheel in any kind of bike. The wouldn't make it a track bike, but would make it a fixie. If you want to be hard core in your fixie riding, the "purest" is of course to ride a track bike in traffic too.
press B while in 3rd gear