Chain broken, flat tyre or replace a seatpost? With our how-to's we give you step-by-step instructions, so that you can easily replace wear and tear parts yourself, fix flats immediately and learn to work on your bike yourself. Here, you will find all the information, tips and tricks you need to do it yourself – on the go and at home.
Setting up a light
You want to illuminate the bike path in front of you in the best possible way without blinding oncoming traffic? We'll show you how to set up your bike light correctly.
On the go
Replacing wear and spare parts
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Replacing brake cables
If the brake drags or is difficult to tighten it could be due to worn-out brake cables. Here you can learn how you can easily replace brake cables on V-brakes and cantilever brakes.
Adjust your derailleur
Adjusting the derailleur on a bicycle chain drive is not difficult.The first time it takes a little patience, but with some practice the derailleur is set up quickly.
Setting up a bike ergonomically
The right riding position on a bike is important. Especially during long rides, an incorrect posture can be painful. Here we give you tips on how to adjust your sitting position on a city, trekking or road bike.
Set-up a sporty sitting position
Especially sporty riders often sit in the saddle for hours, so the ergonomics of the bike must be right. Here, we give you tips on how to adjust the sitting position on your sporty bike.
Central component – replacing a bicycle bottom bracket
Every pedal cracks?! Then it could be your bottom bracket. Here we show you how to remove the old bottom bracket and install a new one.