Don't know what you mean by cassette cranks, but to be able to back pedal you'd need to get another hub for that bike. It's probably cheaper to find a complete new rear wheel than to rebuild your current wheel around another hub.
Five. One for each wheel, one for the cranks and one for each pedal.
If you haven't ridden a bike before at all I'd suggest that you don't start with a fixie. If you already know how to ride, and want to take up fixie riding, then go for a bike with front + rear brakes and good pedal-to-ground clearance(=short cranks).
Pushing on the cranks puts tension on the chain, which rotates the rear wheel and pushes the bike forward.
Bike is short for bicycle, and can either refer to a motorcycle, or a human-powered, pedal-driven bicycle.
That'd be a Recumbent, or 'bent for short.
well if you are on a bike the pedal is high because your feet need to tuch it.so if your short and you know it then your feet will tuch it.
Because its easier to ride on and it would take less strength to pedal. If they were doing tricks obviously they would use a light bike.
That's what Eastern Stealth cranks are made for.
This is an interesting question, and the answer is yes. Some beach cruisers are much easier to pedal than others and there are a few reasons for this. The big reason has to do with the gear ratio, the configuration of the front chainwheel to the rear sprocket on the rear wheel. On the chainwheel there are teeth, which refer to the pieces that hold the chain place. Depending on how many teeth are on front Chainwheel and the Rear Sprocket will dictate on how hard or easy it is to pedal. Putting that in simpler terms it is basically dependent on the configuration the bike has. Based on that, a bike can be easier or harder to pedal, just like how on a 21 speed bike it is easier to pedal in first gear and harder to pedal in 21st gear. The first gear is for going up hills and the 21st if when a rider wants to go very fast. Even among single speed speeds there is a big difference in how hard or easy they are to pedal. I prefer my single speeds to easy to pedal. I've added a link of some very smooth pedaling cruisers.
A single gear, usually called a single-speed is a bike where the the rear wheel will always turn the same amount for one turn of the cranks. Means that the bike will be simple and rugged, but that the only way to climb a hill will be to push harder and the only way to get more speed is to pedal faster.
No there is not
Yes, if you can find the correct bottom bracket for the frame.
Kinda-sorta. There are plenty of parts and assemblies on a bike that acts as a lever. Cranks, handlebar, brakes...
NOOO, get a bike with 2 or 3pc
It is because there are more speeds that the gears are split into- therefore you have more options. The third gear on the bike pobably feels similar to the 10th on the other.
The word bike does have a short sound. The letter K in the word bike is short.
most bmx bikes dont have front brakes now ans if you pedal backward and it has pedal brakes its not a bmx bike
It's a tricycle, or trike for short version. Same name whether pedal powered or driven by an engine.
Cranks, or crank arms
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Pushing on the pedals, which are screwed on to the cranks puts tension on the chain, which rotates the rear wheel and pushes the bike forward.
Fixie bike are bikes (usually road bike frames) that have a fixed rear sprocket which allows you to pedal forward like normal, but does not allow you to just coast . If you pedal backwards it goes backwards if you pedal slow it will remain slow. The whole point of a fixie is to eliminate brakes shifters to simplify a road bike.
you can use pedal in a sentance like this the pedal on my bike is blue and many other colors