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Heading: Removing Bicycle Rear Wheel
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Introduction
Instructions and procedures are vital in any task in order to avoid safety, as well as to
ensure quality performance. Instructions exist in various types including instructional brochures,
manuals, brief reference cards, online documentation, and hyperlinked instructions. Regardless
of the type of instructions, all the instructions ought to satisfy the stringent usability and legal
conditions (Lannon 490). This paper focuses on the instructions used when removing the rear
wheel. These instructions are crucial in ensuring that the user undertakes the process safely and
ensure that he does not temper with the bicycle. Therefore, it is imperative for anyone handling
the bicycle to beware of the following instructions and follow them to the latter in order to avoid
injuries, as well as keep the bicycle in good condition.
Required steps
The following are appropriate instructions for the removal of the bicycle’s rear wheel:
First, it is important to move on the small ring and small cog. This is vital in creating
slack in the chain that facilitates easy removal of the rear wheel. In case you are riding,
move while you slow down in order to stop to ensure that the cog is on the smallest rear
chain ring and on the smallest cog. If you are not riding, you can move the levers and lift
the bicycle by the pedal and seat by using your hand in order to move the chain (Sarig
177).
Secondly, you can open the bicycle brake. It is worth noting that in majority of the
bicycles, there is a possibility of the tire bumping into the brake pads when you attempt
to remove the rear wheel. In order to avoid this, open side pull brakes through upward
rotation of the little lever on the brake. In the case of the linear-pulls like the mountain
bicycles or V-brakes, you can lift the noodle’s end out of the holder. Open the cantilever
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brakes through lifting the end of the cable on one side out of the holder. However, you
can skip the step if you there are disc brakes (Kresnak 191).
Lastly, remove the rear wheel by placing one of your fingers on a non-greasy side of the
rear derailleur. It is also important to avoid the pulleys and chains, and then pull back on
the derailleur and the bicycle chain to get them out (Kresnak 191).
Conclusion
Instructions are essential statements that describe the necessary steps needed in order to
complete an activity or a series of activities successful. This implies that if followed carefully,
they ensure appropriate usage, completion of a task, and avoidance of unnecessary injuries.
Although there are numerous formats of instructions, what matters is the satisfaction of the strict
usability and legal standard conditions. In the case of a bicycle, the removal of a rear wheel
requires one to follow cautiously the aforementioned instructions to the latter. This way, the user
can effectively remove the wheel, avoid injuries, and leave the bicycles with further damages.
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Works Cited:
Kresnak, Bill. Motorcycling for dummies. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Pub, 2008. P.191. Print.
Lannon, John M. Technical Communication, Eleventh Edition. Pearson Longman Inc., Boston.
Pp. 490.
Sarig, Roni. The Bike to Work Guide Save Gas, Go Green, Get Fit. Avon, Mass: Adams Media,
2009. Print. P.177. Print.

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Surname 1 Heading: Removing Bicycle Rear Wheel Your name: Course name: Professors’ name: Date Surname 2 Introduction Instructions and procedures are vital in any task in order to avoid safety, as well as to ensure quality performance. Instructions exist in various types including instructional brochures, manuals, brief reference cards, online documentation, and hyperlinked instructions. Regardless of the type of instructions, all the instructions ought to satisfy the stringent usability and legal conditions (Lannon 490). This paper focuses on the instructions used when removing the rear wheel. These instructions are crucial in ensuring that the user undertakes the process safely and ensure that he does not temper with the bicycle. Therefore, it is imperative for anyone handling the bicycle to beware of the following instructions and follow them to the latter in order to avoid injuries, as well as keep the bicycle in good condition. Required steps The following are appropriate instructions for the removal of the bicycle’s rear wheel: • First, it is important to move on the small ring and small cog. This is vital in creating slack in the chain that facilitates easy removal of the rear wheel. In case you are riding, move while you slow down in order to stop to ensure that the cog is on the smallest rear chain ring and on the smallest cog. If you are not riding, you can move the levers and lift the bicycle by the pedal and seat by using your hand in order to move the chain (Sarig 177). • Secondly, you can open the bicycle brake. It is worth noting that in majority of the bicycles, there is a possibility of the tire bumping into the brake pads when you attempt to remove the rear wheel. In order to avoid this, open side pull brakes through upward rotation of the little lever on the brake. In the case of the linear-pulls like the mountain bicycles or V-brakes, you can lift the noodle’s end out of the holder. Open the cantilever Surname 3 brakes through lifting the end of the cable on one side out of the holder. However, you can skip the step if you there are disc brakes (Kresnak 191). • Lastly, remove the rear wheel by placing one of your fingers on a non-greasy side of the rear derailleur. It is also important to avoid the pulleys and chains, and then pull back on the derailleur and the bicycle chain to get them out (Kresnak 191). Conclusion Instructions are essential statements that describe the necessary steps needed in order to complete an activity or a series of activities successful. This implies that if followed carefully, they ensure appropriate usage, completion of a task, and avoidance of unnecessary injuries. Although there are numerous formats of instructions, what matters is the satisfaction of the strict usability and legal standard conditions. In the case of a bicycle, the removal of a rear wheel requires one to follow cautiously the aforementioned instructions to the latter. This way, the user can effectively remove the wheel, avoid injuries, and leave the bicycles with further damages. Surname 4 Works Cited: Kresnak, Bill. Motorcycling for dummies. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Pub, 2008. P.191. Print. Lannon, John M. Technical Communication, Eleventh Edition. Pearson Longman Inc., Boston. Pp. 490. Sarig, Roni. The Bike to Work Guide Save Gas, Go Green, Get Fit. Avon, Mass: Adams Media, 2009. Print. P.177. Print. Name: Description: ...
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