Spinners for bicycles

Spinners for bicycles DEFAULT

On behalf of Peak Cycles and BikeParts.com we hope that everyone is safe and well. We will remain open under normal business hours until further notice. We are taking every precaution necessary to remain open.

In our Peak Cycles bike shop in Golden, Colorado we will continue to perform bike repairs and sales. Due to Covid-19 we are not allowing any customers into the shop at this time. We have a table and bike stands in front of the shop so we can bring products and/or bikes to you outside for purchase. Our service department is also performing pick-up and drop-off of repair bikes outside. We are not allowing any bike rentals or demos until further notice.

For online customers, BikeParts.com is running at normal capacity as are our shipping companies USPS and Fedex. We have experienced very few delays for most of our US customers over the 2 weeks. For local online customers, you can pick up your will-call orders at Peak Cycles. Call ahead for curbside pickup or come to front door and we will grab your order for you.

We are committed to slowing the spread of Covid-19, and to keep our customers, employees, and communities safe. We hope that this horrible situation ends soon and that everyone takes care of themselves both mentally and physically. If you can get out and walk, hike or ride, then take advantage of it. It certainly helps with stress and anxiety during difficult times. Lastly, don't forget to stay in close contact with friends and family, especially those isolated. Thank you for reading and we wish you well.

If you have any questions, please email us at [email protected] 24/7 or call 888-606-1616 Mon-Fri 10AM-6PM MST, Sat 10AM-5 PM MST, closed Sun.

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How Can I Make Wheel Spinners for a Bicycle?

A wheel spinner for a bicycle looks like a thin hub cap. A design is cut in the wheel spinner to give the illusion of spokes turning while the bicycle is ridden. A minimum of five spokes and a maximum of nine fit easily inside a wheel spinner with a diameter from 12 inches up. Make a 16-inch wheel spinner using 10- to 18-gauge metal sheeting. Metal sheeting is available in mild steel, aluminum, galvanized steel, copper, brass, nickel silver and silver. 1http://www.chinacarbonwheels.com/yoeleo-super-light-carbon-wheels-tubular-88mm.html Measure the bicycle wheel from the center of the wheel at the bolt to the outside edge of the bicycle rim. This is the radius of the bicycle rim. Cut a piece of string 4 inches longer than the measurement. Tie one end of the string around a push pin. Tie the opposite end of the string around a pencil. Measure the string to make sure the distance between the push pin and the pencil is the same distance between the center of the wheel and the outside edge of the bicycle rim. 2 Multiply the measurement taken for the radius of the wheel by two to get the diameter. Cut a piece of butcher paper into a square that is 2 inches larger than the diameter measurement.http://www.chinacarbonwheels.com/29er-30mm-width-carbon-mountain-bike-clincher-rims-20mm.html 3 Place the push pin in the center of the paper. Move the pencil toward the outside of the paper until the string is taught. Draw a circle around the push pin with the pencil. Make sure to keep the string taut. Remove the push pin and place a mark where it was located. 4http://www.chinacarbonwheels.com/700c-88mm-carbon-tubular-wheels-23mm-width.html Draw a 2-inch circle around the center mark. Draw a circle 1-inch in from the outer circle edge to form a rim for the wheel spinner.. These two areas will not have a design drawn in them. They are used for stability once the wheel spinner is cut. 5 Draw the wheel spinner design inside the circle making sure to stay above the center circle and below the 1-inch rim area. Draw five spokes and place them evenly around the circle. Make sure to draw each spoke a minimum of 1 inch wide. Two possible designs are lightening bolts or flames. Mark the areas to cut out between the spokes. 6 Use a scissors and cut around the outside circle. Cut out the marked areas between the spokes. Use the cut out paper wheel spinner as a paper pattern or template. 7http://www.chinacarbonwheels.com/700c-60mm-carbon-tubular-wheels-23mm-width.html Lay the paper template on a piece of 10-gauge aluminum making sure aluminum is visible along the entire edge of the outer circle. Tape the template into place so it will not move. 8 Use a pencil and trace around the outside circle and inside each cut out area. Remove the paper template and connect the lines where the tape had been. 9 Drill a hole in each area to be cut out in-between the spokes. Use a drill bit that is slightly larger than the scroll-saw blade. 10 Use a scroll saw and cut on the outer circle line. Proceed slowly and accurately. Remove the scrap of aluminum from the scroll saw table. 11http://www.chinacarbonwheels.com/700c-carbon-wheels-tubular-38mm-depth-in-23mm-width.html Unhook the scroll saw blade and place it through the hole in one spoke area. Reattach the scroll saw blade. Cut along the line until the entire area is free from the surrounding aluminum. Unhook the scroll saw blade and remove the scrap aluminum. Repeat the process until a total of five spoke areas have been cut and removed. 12 Measure the diameter of the bolt in the center of the bicycle wheel. Locate a drill bit slightly larger than the bolt. Drill a hole in the center mark on the wheel spinner. This is how the wheel spinner is connected to the bicycle tire. 13 Use a flat file and fill all cut edges. Remove any metal burs. Round each edge slightly to avoid cutting when attaching to the bicycle wheel.http://www.chinacarbonwheels.com/700c-50mm-carbon-wheels-clincher-23mm-width.html

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GSBC Safety Foundation

The Bike Safety Foundation may be top reason for being a member of the Greenville Spinners.

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SaftyChild3-t3In 1993, the Jaycees were providing bicycles to Boys and Girls Club members at Christmas and asked the Spinners to provide the children with bicycle helmets. Jimmy Vissage, former foundation chair, started a tradition that continues to this day.

Since that time, the Foundation has provided over 8,600 bicycle helmets to area children. “It’s safe to say that we have saved more than one kid from a serious head injury and possible death because they were wearing one of the helmets, we provided” stated Jimmy.

The program has grown dramatically over the years. In addition to providing the helmets, club members now work with schools, churches, children’s homes, Boys and Girls Scouts, the American Red Cross, emergency medical personnel and area law enforcement to educate children, parents and teachers on bicycle safety.

Most club members receive an annual fund raising call from a team of Spinner’s volunteers. Joe Sullivan graciously volunteers The Sullivan Company’s office and phones for the campaign. .

Over $7,500 dollars has been raised for the Foundation last year alone. Generous members clearly find it hard to resist the plea for funds to save kids lives. “One child at a time”.

The Foundation receives requests to present bicycle safety programs from many groups and organizations. Volunteer’s speak to many of these groups and the posters of a child after an accident, literature and special model of a human brain leaves a lasting impact on the audiences. “They tell me how much the appreciate receiving the information and how much fun it is to learn about bicycle safety,” says Jimmy.

“I believe we have instilled a real understanding of the importance of safety in bicycling to the children. Already this week we have had a four year fall at home on his bicycle and scratch his face on the pavement. I can’t imagine what his injuries could have been if he hadn’t been wearing his new helmet that you donated,” stated Julie Hafer of Mt Zion Christian School after a visit and presentation by Jimmy and club members.

“I learned a lot about the bike and helmet” Aurelio Simon – 5th Grade

Funding for the Foundation is always needed and greatly appreciated. The Foundation is a registered 501 3(c) charity and your donations are tax deductible. In addition to the annual fundraiser for kid’s helmets, members can also contribute through the local United Way organization, where members can designate the contribution to the Foundation or through this website.

“Thank you for coming. And thank you for giving us helmets. … I wear it all the time when I get on my bike.” Adrian – 5th Grade

“Thank you for coming … to speak with my after school students about safety. The students also enjoyed the special one-on-one attention of getting properly fitted. Thanks to the volunteers that came out to size the students for their helmets.”
Erica McCleskey
Teacher – Duncan Chapel Elementary
Communities in Schools

 

Click Here to make a Donation to  the GSBC Safety Foundation. Thank you for your support.

Sours: https://www.greenvillespinners.org/gsbc-safety-foundation/
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Includes one front wheel and one
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960302 20" chrome Deuce Xtreme wheel set.
Includes one front wheel and one free wheel,
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20" wheel set
960301 20" chrome Deuce Diamondz wheel set.
Includes one front wheel and one free wheel,
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Lowrider show bicycle builders use spinner wheels to make their ride stand out and win. 
Custom bike builders can ad spinner wheels to make the ultimate ride.  BMX riders can use Deuce wheels.
Customize one of our Spin Lowriders, Spin Choppers, or Spin Trikes with twist parts, colored frame, deluxe grips, or create.

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Bicycles spinners for

    
SpinBicycles™ and spinner wheels for lowriders, BMX, choppers, and custom bicycles.  Use BicycleDesigner Spoke-Spinner wheels, Deuce X-treme, or Deuce Diamondz to upgrade your lowrider.  Lowrider show bicycle builders should put spinner wheels on to make your ride stand out and win.  Custom bike builders can ad spinner wheels to make the ultimate ride.  BMX riders can use Deuce wheels.  Use BicycleDesigner.com to ad the tires, brakes, and other accessories.  Customize one of our SpinBicycles with twist parts, colored frame, deluxe grips, or create a lowrider showbicycle.

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20" free wheel
Deuce Diamondz
20" front wheel
Deuce Diamondz
20" wheel set
Deuce X-treme
20" free wheel
Deuce X-treme
20" front wheel
Deuce X-treme
20" wheel set
BD Spoke-Spinner
20" free wheel
 
BD Spoke-Spinner
20" front wheel
BD Spoke-Spinner
20" wheel set
Deuce Diamondz
20" wheel set with tires
Deuce X-treme
20" wheel set with tires
BD Spoke_Spinner
20" wheel set with tires
Deuce Diamondz
20" Lowrider Spin Kit
Includes:  free wheel with sprocket, front wheel, front & rear handbrakes
Deuce X-treme
20" Lowrider Spin Kit
Includes:  free wheel with sprocket, front wheel, front & rear handbrakes
BD Spoke-Spinner
20" Lowrider Spin Kit
Includes:  free wheel with sprocket,
front wheel, front & rear handbrakes
Deuce Diamondz
20" Lowrider Spin Kit
Includes:  free wheel with sprocket, front wheel, front & rear handbrakes, and tires
Deuce X-treme
20" Lowrider Spin Kit
Includes:  free wheel with sprocket, front wheel, front & rear handbrakes, and tires
BD Spoke-Spinner
20" Lowrider Spin Kit
Includes:  free wheel with sprocket,
front wheel, front & rear handbrakes, and tires
Lowrider front brake
Lowrider rear brake
BMX front brake
BMX rear brake

BMX
street grip tires
20" x 1.75"

Lowrider
white wall tires
20"x1.75"

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20" Lowrider - specs  customize
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20" Lowrider - specs  customize
Sours: http://www.bicycledesigner.com/bicycledesigner_spinners.htm
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