Cycling Terms and Definitions

leaked out

Cyclist or cyclists who take a leak.
Gregarious
specialized in supporting and serving the leaders of his team, bringing supplies from the car, pulling against the wind and giving the wheel when the leader has a [glosarry] flat tire [/ glosarry] corridor.Cycling Terms and Definitions
Group
Set of components of a bicycle when the same brand and model. The manufacturer who put the rule to sell the entire group was Campagnolo components. Now manufacturers call groupset or group to the components of a model or series but not sell it as a whole. Shimano groups sold some time. The components that make up a group have changed over the years, usually they include: derailleurs, levers, brake forks, bottom bracket, cassette or freewheel, chain, some hubs of the wheels and / or pedals. In the past they could include: cups steering, seat post, power. Requirements for manufacturers often put a different multiplication to accommodate the standard of his paintings, and others announce that the bike is sold with a group but forks can bring a different brand brake, etc.
Fork
[IS].View  Tijera.
[MX].See  Crab.
Brake handle
Crab, Caliper.
Pull
Throw. Go to the front of the pack or grupetto cyclists cutting the air to others.
licras
Some call so the biker pants, term taken from Lycra brand, if their material won this cyclist replacing the wool garment.
Tire
In Mexico we use this term to refer to the tire cover or tire when it is open type. The term comes from cars and Anglo – American influence: rim, rim; tire, rim; wheel, wheel. While in Spain it is called rim to rim, spokes and hubs.
Maillot
Specialized for cycling covering the torso and has pockets on the back to bring food, tools, cameras, mobile and other implements without cluttering for driving the bike in the position adopted by the cyclist garment. In Mexico until the 1980s or 1990s this French term was the one that was used instead of jersey. In Italy it is called maglia, aterm we use to refer to the leader of the Giro: Maglia Rosa.
Maneta
According to legalarmist, Brake lever or gearshift in some countries. There are so called Mexican cyclists to the brake lever mechanism with or without integrated changes.
Handlebar
See Manubrio.
Handle
[MX].  Handlebars. The component that serves to control the direction and support hands. In Mexico as in other Spanish – speaking countries we adopt the Italian terminology.
Rattle
[MX]. Pawl. Arrangement of a mechanism that combines engagement with a fastener or tab that allows you to roll freely in one direction and catches it in the other. The bicycle freewheel is based on this mechanism.
Mace
Name given in Mexico and Argentina to the wheel hubs. It is the component containing the axis of the wheel and its bearings or bearings, connected by the “ears” with rays or radios. The term comes from auto mechanics.
Monument
It is called at 5 great classic Milan-San Remo (Italy), Tour of Flanders (Belgium), Paris-Roubaix (France), Liege-Bastogne-Liege (Belgium) and the Tour of Lombardy (Italy). Go to Wikipedia
Multiplication
[MX]. Name given in Mexico tobottom bracket. It was also called “star” in the past. It is the set of crankset (chain gears) that allow pedal to drive the bike. It is called in Mexico under the influence of Italian: moltipliche.
Ray nipple
[MX]. Radio heads. Threaded part fixing the beam to the rim.
Level
Straightening a wheel by tension and loosening of successive rays
Pájara
Cycling: sudden physical slump that prevents the rider keep pace with the race. It not much used in Mexico, but as the  DRAE  has recorded must be put here.
Lever
Maneta. It may be brake or changes or both.
Lever multiplication
Joins the pedal axle to the center axis, also called arm. It is a handle that is operated with the foot through the pedals to produce the traction chain.
Panadera
It refers to a bicycle twenty-eight
Paw
Toe. Part of the picture to which the wheels are attached. Some people just call and the part to which the rear derailleur is screwed. On bicycles with quick or fast releasing lock, they are shaped bearings.
Leg deflector
On bicycles aluminum and carbon fiber is the part that is bolted to the right rear end of the table there to screw the rear derailleur.
Contact Pedal
Automatic pedal. Pedal having a mechanism which engages a plate or bolted to the shoe cove that serves to hold the foot of the cyclist.
Circular pedaling
Or round pedaling. It consists of applying force throughout the circle describing the foot to turn the pedal crank, rather than just push the pedal on the downswing. This is one of the objectives of the appearance and safety pedal after contact pedals hold the foot pedal subject.
pedalier
[IS]. Sometimes it used in Mexico. Barbarism of French origin. Integra gears, connecting rods and the most modern shaft dishes. See Multiplying.Cycling Terms and Definitions 1
Platoon
So it is called the principal and largest of cyclists in a road race competition group. When walking very close toeach other, it decreases wind resistance. See Wikipedia.
Pin
Cap screw. Anglicized used in Mexico to refer to the chain bolts. In Spain it is used  bolt.
Pinion
Sprocket, Gear transmission chain to the rear wheel subject.  It is sometimes said that the arrangement of gears for speed changes instead of calling [glosssary] freewheeling [/ glosssary]
Shoe plate
Cala. Piece is screwed to the sole of the shoe and attached to the pedal by a clamp mechanism operated by a spring.
Plate
cogwheels that give the chain drive in the bottom bracket, there are bikes that have a starter (commonly formerly Star), and arrangements of two or three dishes.
flat tire
Jab. Loss of tire pressure by an accidental hole.
Ponchar
Suffer punching the air chamber of the wheel or rim as a result of a sting in it.
Porta amphora
Bottle holder. Attachment to fix the amphora on the bike.
Seat post
Call Spain seatpost, is the post that links the picture with the bike seat, this allows a variable height.
Handlebar post
You can not post as it is horizontal. It is used instead of power.
power
Part connecting the handle with the steerer of scissors or fork. In Spain it is called also handlepost. In Mexico we called telescope, when they appeared new unthreaded, “power” was adopted. The term comes from Spain and is derived from the French potence, a cognate false as it is translated as bracket. Having translated from English stem (stem) or the Catalan seat post, it would be more appropriate, as there are semantic similarity with the Tiller of sailboats, it is a cane address. View Tija address.
Tip
Pata.
Thunderbolt
It refers to radio or rods connecting the hub or hub with the wheel and shape the wheel of the bicycle.
To overtake
Overtaking, overtaking a cyclist or other vehicle.
Recoil
Vacuum in the air leaving a body behind the move with speed. Tailgating is to monitor one or more other cyclists or vehicles to take advantage of the effort they make to cut the air.
Rin
English comes rim and generally refers to the metal part circular on the tire or tire sits. Some refer to full tubeless wheel and tire, as it should be, a rim of rays.
track
In Mexico it is sometimes used to refer to the diameter of the wheel and / or type of bike: 26, 27, 700. It also refers to the wheels themselves, although in some regions are called arenas.
Output toroll with cycling: How did it go in the shot?
Wheeler
very good rider on flat terrain, is usually very strong and some are specialists in time trials.
Roll
Travelling by bicycle.
Roller
Attachment to place the bike so that you can train in a fixed space or in an interior. There are three cylinders on which free wheel bike and holding the bike on the rear axle called ciclotrainers or trainers.
Brake Rotor
It is subject to the wheel imprisoned by the pads installed on the bicycle brake caliper metal disc. It is the disc brake discs.
Free wheel
Way to call the arrangement either a gear or more leaving the wheel roll freely while no thanks to a ratchet or pawl pedal. So technically should be called to the pinion body when it is attached to the hub or hub.
S
Road curves counterclockwise connected one after another S-shaped or zigzag. Pl. Eses.
Skip
In road races, accelerate at full speed with more effort or full throttle at startup or output curve in a Criterium competition or to escape.
Rise into the air with the bike to avoid an obstacle or a fallen runner.Americans for it have a specific term:Bunny hoop.
Saddle
Bicycle seat.
Sprint
Sprinting. Anglicized commonly accepted for a close race.
Sprocket
So we called in Mexico a few years ago to free wheel or gear bicycle, although it is actually a sprocket gear for chain and not an arrangement of gears or cogset.
Cup
Container bearings. In Spain is usually called him bowl.Cycling Terms and Definitions 2
Cup center
MEX]. The bearings and cups It is named within the rotating shaft or axle bottom bracket center. It is the correct translation of the English cup, referring to the system of cone and cup.
Address cups
It is called the bearing or bearings and housings, on which turns the steering post scissors (fork) into the head tube of the frame.
To knit
Put together a spinning bicycle wheel spokes. A good weaver knew different types of tissue rays according to the weight of the rider and the use that would give the bike.
Telescope
Way to call the steerer or front frame tube of the bicycle.
Handlepost
Catalan word is a stem and can be stem or trunk. Spain applies for power. This term is more like the English stem.and reinforces my idea that if he had not brought the French term potence, we should take “fishing management”
Scissors
[MEX]. He called fork in Spain and fork in some South American countries, is the part to which the front wheel is attached, serves for driving the bicycle as it is attached to the handlebars, it joins the table by the front tube or telescope which engages by bearings.
Tight
Parts box connecting the rear axle with the seat tube. They are sometimes called pods seat or vertical.
Tocle
Only it used in Mexico. Clip Toe comes from, referring to baskets that hold the foot in the old bicycle pedals road safety. This term refers only to the basket, not the strap around the foot. It is known in other Spanish-speaking thou shalt bind as Rastral.
Tubular
Closed tire, usually sewn and takes the form of cylindrical or tubular ring. It adheres to the rim by a glue for this purpose. Today only used in professional careers, it is assumed that provides the best shot and the lowest weight.
the difference is between the rim and open up the tubular that is sewn down
Nut
This is what the runners to the smallest sprocket, which currently can be 12 or 11 teeth gear.
Turismera
Racetourism type bicycles. They are performed in villages and small towns in Mexico.
Bicycle can be tourism type or a special version for racing “Turismeras” the company Sidces factory in Puebla, Mexico.
Turismero
Cyclist who runs in a race bikes type of tourism or English-ro 28 x 1 ½ “.
Sheath
Part of the picture that connects the bottom bracket or box with the rear axle center generally are twofold. This is also called braces.
Twenty eight
English bicycle-type wheels 28 x 1 ½ “has brakes rod. Was a tremendous boom as bike work and for pilgrimages and parochial races. Although still manufactured in Mexico most used are very old.
New’s paper seller. The passenger kept the balance of the paper stack.
Velodrome
Sports facility with an artificial track concrete or wood bicycle speed competitions closed.
shoe
Rubber composite parts that tighten the wheel to the brake. The term is used for any type brakes apply braking the wheel.
Shoe
Cyclist’s shoe. Today some people call it tennis, like any other athletic footwear. But in the past, the knower cyclist said shoe to distinguish their type of footwear and distinguish it.Cycling Terms and Definitions 3

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