|How many parts does a bike have?||DougSloan|
Sep 5, 2003 5:27 AM
|As I was (re)reading Zinn's book in the "library," I was thinking about the exploded view of an entire bike. Made me wonder about how many parts a bike has -- not components, but pieces, if you were to totally take apart every piece possible. For example, a chain has about 102 or so links, but each link has two side plates, two pins, two rollers, etc. So, can someone figure out how many parts a bike has? Any guesses? I'm figuring well over a thousand. Just the parts in hubs and shifters probably total several hundred...
1 handlebar, etc.
|You forgot a few||lotterypick|
Sep 5, 2003 6:13 AM
|Mine has a little spinner thingy on the stem, a few baseball cards smacking the spokes, the tall flag with barney's picture on it and and little flashy tassles on the bar ends.
Have a great day.
|Why not take a spare Bianchi completely apart ?||Continental|
Sep 5, 2003 6:36 AM
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