TheCyclingBug Wed, Oct 19 2016 Likes4 3 Comments Facebook 0 Twitter 0 The Cycling Bug beginner guide to anatomy of a bike Never again do you have to be flummoxed in a bike shop when the assistant says your down tube needs replacing, and it’s going to cost a fortune. Check out The Cycling Bug’s guide to the anatomy of a bike below and share with your friends on Facebook and Twitter. On a scale from 1 to 10, 1 being non-existent and 10 being ‘I know everything there is to know’, give yourself a bike knowledge rating and compare your score with other bugs here! • Fork - holds the front wheel and pivots in the headset when steering • Chainring - toothed rings that directly connect to the crank • Crank - connects the pedals to the chainring To continue, log in or sign up. It's FREE and only takes a minute! Log in to your account OR Sign up with Facebook JOIN NOW for FREE!