Major updates to the page on Sturmey-Archer 4, 5 and 7-speed hubs, mostly concerning the hubs sold from 1991 through 2009.
Headed out on tour where you could be 100 miles or more from the nearest bicycle shop? Or do you just want to know the principles of bicycle frame alignment? We have an article for you.
There’s more troubleshooting advice now in our article about Sachs/SRAM internal-gear hubs: how to test whether a problem is inside the hub, or only in the shifter and cable — for hubs with 3, 5 or 7 speeds, with pullchain(s) or clickbox.
Just rolls off the tongue in Italian, doesn’t it? Salvatore Celi has translated our on-road repair article.
From 1999 through 2007, Sheldon wrote the column “Mechanical Advantage” for Adventure Cycling, the magazine of the Adventure Cycling Association. He covered a wide range of mechanical topics, oriented toward the needs of the bicycle tourists with the Adventure Cycling Association serves. All of these articles are online, and we now have a convenient table of contents for them on our site.
6-speed, 7-speed, 8-speed, 9-speed, 10-speed, 11-speed? by Sheldon Brown and revised by John Allen has been translated to Italian by Salvatore Celi,
Check out other translated articles at http://sheldonbrown.com/translations.html
There are now translations of the Cables and Cranks articles into Slovak, thanks to translator Juraj Peressényi.
Our Teaching Kids to Ride page is availble in Belarusian.
There are three articles in Chinese thanks to Phil Feng, and numerous articles in French, German, Russian; a couple in Spanish and Czech.
Harriet has revised the Translations table of contents page, which was becoming unwieldy in its earlier format.
If you can read English but your native language is another, we welcome translations. Please see our translations page for further information.