Strida Seat Mount Height Project

Posted by on Jul 1, 2017 in News, Strida explained, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Strida Seat Mount Height Project The email I received from my newest customer, the subject read, “In Tears”.  Betty had received her new Strida EVO the day earlier and things were not going well. The difficulty is that Betty is 5 feet 2 inches tall. This shouldn’t be a problem as the Strida can usually be ridden by someone 4’9″ to 6′ 4″ but this does depend on a few factors, one being how long your legs are. Betty’s leg length...

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Strida Wheel Sizes Explained

Strida Wheel Sizes Explained

Posted by on Jan 27, 2017 in News, press release, Strida explained | 0 comments

Strida Wheel Sizes Explained Prompted by a customer’s phone call one morning I decided to write this post on Strida Wheel Sizes.  The customer had just received his new Strida EVO with 18 inch wheels. He had never owned or seen a Strida in person before and when he received his new Strida he measured the wheels. He was concerned that I had sent him the wrong wheels. This is where things can get confusing.  If you measure the Strida 18 inch wheels you will find they...

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Strida KS3 Gearbox Replacement

Posted by on Sep 16, 2016 in Strida explained, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Strida KS3 Gearbox Replacement This post is intended to provide the information needed to remove and replace the Strida KS3 gearbox. Please read the post completely before starting a gearbox removal and if you have any questions or need help please contact me. The first step The first step is to remove the kickstand from the bottom of the KS3 by removing the 6 mm hex bolt. Under the kickstand is a curved metal part that fits against the bike frame, it is the kickstand...

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Strida QR Seat Mount Explained

Strida QR Seat Mount Explained

Posted by on May 11, 2016 in Strida explained, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Strida QR Seat Mount Explained This Strida QR seat mount post is one of my Strida Explained series. I have written this post hoping that it will help Strida fans install, adjust and maintain their Strida QR seat mount.  First the QR stands for quick release, the QR seat mount has quick release levers on the left side that make loosening and adjusting the seat mount much quicker than the original standard Strida seat mount. If your new Strida has the Strida QR seat mount...

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Strida Ball Joint Socket Explained

Strida Ball Joint Socket Explained

Posted by on May 7, 2016 in News, Strida explained, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Strida Ball Joint Socket Explained The Strida Ball Joint Socket is the top hinge point of the Strida bike. It is located at the top of the “A”, the point where the seat tube and the front tube join. Strida owners may have noticed the warning on the bottom tube that demonstrates that the Strida Ball Joint Socket needs to be handled carefully. This warning is not there because of possible wear but rather the warning is there to warn Strida owners of the possible...

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Strida Tune Up Explained

Strida Tune Up Explained

Posted by on Oct 28, 2015 in Strida explained, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Strida Tune Up One of the nice things about the Strida bike is the minimal maintenance required, but the Strida will last longer and perform better with a little regular attention and a yearly Strida tune up. This will of course depend on the amount of time you ride your Strida.  For a basic Strida tune up the only tools required are a set of metric hex keys. For lubricants I use a light oil for bearings and metal on metal moving parts. For plastic on metal moving parts a...

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