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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Instructions for Strida Travoy Hitch Bracket

Instructions for Strida Travoy Hitch Bracket

Posted by on May 14, 2016 in News, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Instructions for Strida Travoy Hitch Bracket I have designed the Strida Travoy Hitch Bracket to be easy to install, secure, safe to use and to provide years of use. Your understanding of the parts and the operation of the custom hitch bracket will add to the experience. The Hitch Bracket will attach to both types of Strida Seat Mounts when using the supplied seat bolt, locking nut and the Strida seat washers. The Travoy Trailer hitch can swivel up and down when using the...

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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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Traveling with Strida and Travoy

Traveling with Strida and Travoy

Posted by on May 5, 2016 in events, News, product review, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Traveling with Strida and Travoy For many years I have had this dream of flying to an exotic destination, attaching a trailer to my bike and riding off into the sunset. Recently I experienced part of this dream traveling with Strida. I attended a Credit Union conference in Toronto, I am a director of a Credit Union. As I have previously discovered West Jet is Strida bike friendly with the only extra charge for the Strida bike bag, a fee of 25.00. Toronto was nice but not...

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Strida Bike and your Boat

Strida Bike and your Boat

Posted by on Jan 11, 2016 in News, Uncategorized | 1 comment

Strida Bike and your Boat The idea of using a Strida bike and your boat is not new. Bikes and boats go together and it doesn’t get much better than a Strida bike and your boat, here’s why. The Strida bike folds quickly and easily into an easy to handle shape. Strida’s are stowed away easily and can be retrieved in seconds. If you need to roll the Strida bike folded along a float and up a ramp it does this with ease. There is no chain to rust on a Strida...

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