Question about Cycling
Most training wheel kits come with directions in the kit. Do one side of the bike at a time. Start with the left side and when tightening the nut back up make sure the rear wheel is still centered in the fork . When you do the right side it is the same but you have to make sure the chain stays in adjustment as well as the wheel being centered. Usually you have to remove the nut on the side that you are working on. The kit should come with a little bar with a hole in it that fits over the bolt that you just removed the nut from. Make sure that the flat side faces out and the protrusions on the bar fit into the slots on the fork. Next mount the bar with the training wheels on the bike over the first bar. Put the washer supplied in the kit over that and then screw the nut back on. Pay attention to the wheel being centered and the chain being tight enough not to slip off the crank when pedalling. Make sure you get the proper size for the bicycle. There is a video here that explains it http://www.ehow.com/video_4974885_put-trining-wheels-bike.html
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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