April 23, 2018
Rear Wheel 26″ With Black JoyTech Conical Black Hub
This variant of the wheel is a rear model, which will ensure full comfort during cycling trips. It possesses a hub under the freewheel and characteristic ball bearings. It is also worth taking a look at its aesthetics, which is influenced by a conical two-chamber envelope and a design in a classic, silver color.
– circle from the hub under the freewheel
– ball bearings
– Width of the envelope:
– external: 25 mm
– inside: 19 mm
– Height around 30 mm.
– JoyTech hub
Wheel Master Weinmann Rear Wheel – 26″ x 1.5″, 36H, Disc, Quick Release, Black with Silver Spokes
Planet Bike Hardcore Recumbant Bicycle Fender with Stainless Steel Hardware and Mud Flap
- This install required relocating the attached loop anchor (drill out the rivets,etc.).
- Unfortunately the plastic strut attachment parts are so large (bulky) they get too close to the tire, and make it impossible to get adequate clearance from the tire.
- For some reason no rear fender is available so I had to use two fronts.
- Due to the attachment clips being too fat and bulky I had to make my own struts and attachments for the fenders.
- These fenders are too specific in purpose and may not be all that good for the designed purpose either.
- For the 16″ model you will only get one fender for the front and the picture also does not match the adjustment mechanism of the stays, it is a plastic version.
- I used this on two scooters and one for more than a year.
- The scooters gets a lot of abuse in public transport but the fenders are a very good compromise of flexibility and sturdiness and so far none got damaged.
- If you’re not handy you’ll be frustrated by the many small parts including some absolutely tiny Philips screws and should get a bike shop or handy friend to do the installation.
- Do the installation inside on a hard surface, since if you drop one of those tiny screws into grass or a carpet you’ll likely never see it again.
- Incidentally, pay careful attention to the description of what you are buying.
- Also, the front attachment piece sometimes vibrates against the fender producing an annoying sound.
- My rear triangle was from an old mountain bike and never had a fender.
- The original tire rubs the fender, but I had a street tire already on order and that fixed most of the problem.
- I also had to cut off an inch from the stainless steel rods because they made the fender stick out 4 inches in the back while almost rubbing in the front.
- I still have some rubbing at the front mount, but I have a spacer that I think will fix that.
- Also, when I used a zip tie at the front edge it pulled the fender off center and caused even more rubbing.
- It came with everything needed to mount to the bike, but two of the bolts were 5mm and my bike used 6mm.
- I don’t expect the manufacturer to foresee that possibility.
- Just a note in case someone else may have the same issue.
- On the up side the fender looks great and feels pretty durable.
- I do wish it was a little wider since there are not many options for recumbent trikes, but I like the fender and plan to make it work.
- I would recommend the fender, but understand that it may not be a 5 minute bolt on project.
- I haven’t been able to correct, but no rub and looks great, keeps the rooster tail from leaving a streak on her back.
- It fits perfectly but you have to cut the two front rails about 1-2″.
- I was able to mount this on my Vision R40 with only some minor modifications.