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Old 04-15-16, 01:14 AM
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Simple bike mods for newbies

Hi all,

I have my first hybrid bike arriving soon, I am just looking at a few tweaks and mods to make my bike a bit more personal to myself as I like subtle mods and tweaks on most of the things I own, the bike will be mainly used for fitness and fun but might be used to commute at some point in the future.

I am just wondering what sort of simple easy bike mods/hacks people usually do to their bikes, I am initially looking at improving visibility although not planning on riding the bike on the road (there are dedicated cycle paths where I will be riding). I am looking at some of the reflective stickers you can get, I don't want to go over the top and want to keep things fairly simple and minimalist, would it be worth adding a few strip to the rear forks of the bike? I already have some front and rear LED lights on order, I have initially gone for some Lezyne femto lights but will look to add on a brighter front light in the autumn when evenings are darker.

I am also looking at some of the bike indicator systems you can get, either rear mounted or ones in the handlebars - not sure how good these are at the moment although I won't really be riding on the road.

I have a sold secure gold D lock coming which comes with the frame attachment but was just wondering if there is a better way to store it.

A few cosmetic changes will probably include painting up the brake disc calipers and maybe some of the other hardware - will probably also look to 'debage' the bike as I am not really a fan of stickers.

I am open to all comments and ideas, mechanically the bike parts are good with Shimano running gear etc so will be just looking to tweak a few parts and upgrade the security slightly on it.

The bike will be kept in a bike rack at work during the week (in a locked area with little or no passing traffic) and in a dedicated locked area during the weekend at home (I live in a flat).
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Originally Posted by m1tch View Post
Hi all,

I have my first hybrid bike arriving soon, I am just looking at a few tweaks and mods to make my bike a bit more personal to myself as I like subtle mods and tweaks on most of the things I own, the bike will be mainly used for fitness and fun but might be used to commute at some point in the future.

I am just wondering what sort of simple easy bike mods/hacks people usually do to their bikes, I am initially looking at improving visibility although not planning on riding the bike on the road (there are dedicated cycle paths where I will be riding). I am looking at some of the reflective stickers you can get, I don't want to go over the top and want to keep things fairly simple and minimalist, would it be worth adding a few strip to the rear forks of the bike? I already have some front and rear LED lights on order, I have initially gone for some Lezyne femto lights but will look to add on a brighter front light in the autumn when evenings are darker.

I am also looking at some of the bike indicator systems you can get, either rear mounted or ones in the handlebars - not sure how good these are at the moment although I won't really be riding on the road.

I have a sold secure gold D lock coming which comes with the frame attachment but was just wondering if there is a better way to store it.

A few cosmetic changes will probably include painting up the brake disc calipers and maybe some of the other hardware - will probably also look to 'debage' the bike as I am not really a fan of stickers.

I am open to all comments and ideas, mechanically the bike parts are good with Shimano running gear etc so will be just looking to tweak a few parts and upgrade the security slightly on it.

The bike will be kept in a bike rack at work during the week (in a locked area with little or no passing traffic) and in a dedicated locked area during the weekend at home (I live in a flat).
Just like motorcycles, bicycles are ENDLESS to customize!! I have two bikes. One it highly modified. I changed the shifters to twist (which are the best thing since sliced bread), I replaced the seat to an ULTRA thin one (its just a piece of plastic), I replaced the handle bars with carbon fiber, changed the front shock to air since it was coil, added a BBG bash guard, removed the front derailed, and as you said, took off some of the badging. When I got to the end I wanted to start over because it was so fun. =D
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Old 04-15-16, 06:07 AM
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Originally Posted by MuddyBikeRider View Post
Just like motorcycles, bicycles are ENDLESS to customize!! I have two bikes. One it highly modified. I changed the shifters to twist (which are the best thing since sliced bread), I replaced the seat to an ULTRA thin one (its just a piece of plastic), I replaced the handle bars with carbon fiber, changed the front shock to air since it was coil, added a BBG bash guard, removed the front derailed, and as you said, took off some of the badging. When I got to the end I wanted to start over because it was so fun. =D
Thanks for that, I like the freedom of being able to change things over to what you like, my bike is red and I am thinking about changing the colour of it but don't really want to take apart a brand new bike - I am looking at some of those reflective tapes to add on or perhaps some sort of tube covers.

Ideally I am wanting to go with a matt black/black bike with silver accents, the good thing is that I know you can get reflective black tape so I am tempted to see if I can wrap the tubes in some reflective tape so it has a dual purpose of being black during the day but then lights up at night.

I will probably keep the colour of it for a while though, tempted to see if you could change the colour temporarily by using electrical tape or something - I will be adding lights and high vis reflectors on anyway.

I know you can get plastic tube covers for plumbing parts - not sure if anyone has tried to fit them on bikes before, they are basically a curved piece of plastic with a slit in it, when its round the pipe the cover then carries on wrapping round giving it a seamless look - usually used on radiators.
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Old 04-15-16, 06:28 AM
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not really a mod and not wanting to start a lubrication debate, but you could order and start using Chain L lube

also, having a mirror can let you know whats behind you or coming up fast

as you get out and ride ideas will come to you
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One it highly modified. I changed the shifters to twist (which are the best thing since sliced bread),
Still have your less desirable non-twist shifters? We maybe could make a deal.
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One thing you might want to look at is taping designs on and then spraying on color with Plasti Dip. Not sure if you know about it. It's spray on plastic/rubber. It comes right off just by peeling, and they have a boat load of colors. They sell it everywhere like walmart, etc. They have been plasti coating cars for a while now. You can see plasti coated car video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7J6rRj98A5s
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Still have your less desirable non-twist shifters? We maybe could make a deal.
Unfortunately I don't. I tossed them. =(
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Old 04-15-16, 08:59 AM
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Alternates to straight round grips is Ergon's hand grip & bar end & 4 models of integrated combo grip.

Figure 8 bend trekking bars are an alternate to the straight bars
still using the same Shift & Brake controls.

you can of course pick a different Saddle and Pedals ,

& a new stem can change how far and high the handlebars are, from You, On The saddle.

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Old 04-15-16, 09:16 AM
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Just for fun, check out Portland Design Works. They have some interesting hand grips and water bottle cages and the like. Not cheap though.
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I think reflective tape is well worth it if you're ever going to be riding at dawn, dusk or night. Check Amazon for "Conspicuity Tape". There are also 3M tapes that come in other colors, even black, that are highly reflective.
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Reflective tape needs a light to shine on it for it to work.



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Don't get a headlight, get a good flashlight and use a decent flashlight mount. It'll be cheaper and brighter. I use my night core p12 and at 200 lumens it can light up a block, at 1000 lumens it competes with car headlights. And you can take it with you and use it for other things.

Keep a frame/mini pump on you, get a saddle bag with a patch kit and Pedro tire irons.

Cell phone holder and use an old smartphone as a simple speedometer and gps (run a wifi hotspot from your current phone).
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Thanks for all this help guys, I will be looking through some options brought up, I am thinking about the reflective strips for passive lighting and then a torch headlight for the darker evenings later in the year, I will only be using my new bike in the daylight at the moment and over short distances.

I have heard about Plastidip before, unfortunately I am in the UK and the stuff is VERY expensive compared to other products, it would also mean I would need to take apart my brand new bike to spray everything up in which case I might as well just spray with normal paint!

I have ordered a basic saddle bag, will be getting inner tube, pump, helmet etc soon over the next few days by which time the bike should have arrived.

Will post up the bike when it arrives and then extra photos when I start to add things to it as a newbie modding project
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Originally Posted by m1tch View Post
Thanks for all this help guys, I will be looking through some options brought up, I am thinking about the reflective strips for passive lighting and then a torch headlight for the darker evenings later in the year, I will only be using my new bike in the daylight at the moment and over short distances.

I have heard about Plastidip before, unfortunately I am in the UK and the stuff is VERY expensive compared to other products, it would also mean I would need to take apart my brand new bike to spray everything up in which case I might as well just spray with normal paint!

I have ordered a basic saddle bag, will be getting inner tube, pump, helmet etc soon over the next few days by which time the bike should have arrived.

Will post up the bike when it arrives and then extra photos when I start to add things to it as a newbie modding project
That should be enough to get you around town without any issues. You got all the important parts covered: safety, visibility, and repairs. Since it's a fitness bike and your first bike, don't worry about too much. Ride what you have!
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That should be enough to get you around town without any issues. You got all the important parts covered: safety, visibility, and repairs. Since it's a fitness bike and your first bike, don't worry about too much. Ride what you have!
Yeah, its just going to be around town - I actually plan to take it out for a ride during my lunch break as the cycle path goes right past my office so I can go say 20 minutes in 1 direction and then back again, one thing I do need to learn is about ensuring that everything is set up correctly regarding seat height, gear and chain alignment as well as brake adjustments but those will be sorted out over time.

One thing I do need to work out is my trousers, I usually wear jeans to work so will probably need to get some of those trouser clips/straps to make sure nothing gets caught in the chain etc.

I am looking forward to riding it now, although it might take a bit of time to get used to riding a bike again, not really used to being fairly high up without bodywork etc around me - I did try my hand at motocycles but didn't feel comfortable at all on them so decided to not continue with the training, might be different if I ride this bike around a bit to build up confidence.
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My first mod on any of my bikes is the general cockpit area. I'm not really comfortable on drop bars, so I've always immediately done chop and flop. I know, it's silly but I like the bullhorn look ��
anyway, it looks like that won't be a huge problem since you are getting a hybrid, but handlebars are cheap and infinitely customizable. Plus, it sometimes forces you to replace/modify housings and all that, which can go a long way for bike aesthetics. I prefer tighter cable runs than most shops put out, yes I lose efficiency but oh well, I'm not racing.

this is my current bike the day after I got it with original drops. Sorry it's hard to see, but is the only pic I have.


Then after doing the bars. Decided to try a semi-aero cable routing under the bar tape, and I really like how the cables are now more hidden and a bit cleaner. Anyway, a fun morning of bikey time! Have fun!
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My first mod on any of my bikes is the general cockpit area. I'm not really comfortable on drop bars, so I've always immediately done chop and flop. I know, it's silly but I like the bullhorn look ��
anyway, it looks like that won't be a huge problem since you are getting a hybrid, but handlebars are cheap and infinitely customizable. Plus, it sometimes forces you to replace/modify housings and all that, which can go a long way for bike aesthetics. I prefer tighter cable runs than most shops put out, yes I lose efficiency but oh well, I'm not racing.

this is my current bike the day after I got it with original drops. Sorry it's hard to see, but is the only pic I have.


Then after doing the bars. Decided to try a semi-aero cable routing under the bar tape, and I really like how the cables are now more hidden and a bit cleaner. Anyway, a fun morning of bikey time! Have fun!
Thanks for those photos, I believe mine comes with some fairly basic flat bars, just checking the pricing of replacement bars they do indeed seem to be something fairly cheap and simple to change over, will see how I get on with the standard ones though but its good to have other options.

With regards to bars I know you can get a huge number of them, I did notice some mountain bike style bars although the road bars might also be an option, will see how I feel with the general setup and comfort on the bike.

Someone did mention about the use of mirrors, I might look to get a small bar end mirror which would be useful if and when I do ride on the road - will be a good option at a later date.
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Something you might want to consider for your flat bar. I like to get LONG bar ends and then mount them INBOARD of the ****ers/brake levers. With the barends mounted there you can get pretty aero which comes in handy on a longer ride or if you're bucking a headwind for any distance.

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Something you might want to consider for your flat bar. I like to get LONG bar ends and then mount them INBOARD of the ****ers/brake levers. With the barends mounted there you can get pretty aero which comes in handy on a longer ride or if you're bucking a headwind for any distance.

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Cool, thanks for that idea, seems a rather clever idea to be able to get an aero position when wanting to go a bit faster without losing the comfort of flatter and wider bars, I am guessing that the mountain bike bar style would be the most comfortable in terms of upright seating vs a road race style bar?
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I think reflective tape is well worth it if you're ever going to be riding at dawn, dusk or night. Check Amazon for "Conspicuity Tape". There are also 3M tapes that come in other colors, even black, that are highly reflective.
The thing to keep in mind about reflective tape is that it is nearly permanently stuck to the paint. It could easily damage the paint when you try to remove it. Just be aware, some modifications are not easy to reverse.
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Cool, thanks for that idea, seems a rather clever idea to be able to get an aero position when wanting to go a bit faster without losing the comfort of flatter and wider bars, I am guessing that the mountain bike bar style would be the most comfortable in terms of upright seating vs a road race style bar?
MTB bars are great for visibility as you are more upright. Being wider they're also great for better control on rough terrain. However, drop bars actually are more comfortable over very long distances because they take a lot of the weight of the rider off of the saddle and offer more hand positions which reduces fatigue.
Except that you were asking for easy modifications I'd suggest drop bars but that's a rather major (and expensive conversion) if you have to buy the parts new. It requires new bar, new shifters, new brake levers (Campy Ergo or Shimano Brifters can be use if they're compatible with your deraillers) and possibly a new rear derailler. However with a properly fitting drop bar MTB you have an EXTREMELY versatile bicycle.

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MTB bars are great for visibility as you are more upright. Being wider they're also great for better control on rough terrain. However, drop bars actually are more comfortable over very long distances because they take a lot of the weight of the rider off of the saddle and offer more hand positions which reduces fatigue.
Except that you were asking for easy modifications I'd suggest drop bars but that's a rather major (and expensive conversion) if you have to buy the parts new. It requires new bar, new shifters, new brake levers (Campy Ergo or Shimano Brifters can be use if they're compatible with your deraillers) and possibly a new rear derailler. However with a properly fitting drop bar MTB you have an EXTREMELY versatile bicycle.

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Ah I see, I wasn't sure about the pros and cons of each of the styles of bars, I will do a bit more research into it, I do like the idea of adding on those extensions though - I will see how good the standard bars are, just need to get out and ride it first.

I am looking at options for the paintwork on the bike, I might look to perhaps wrap the frame in tape (such as electrical or even strong masking) and then perhaps add the reflective covering over the top - this would mean that the reflective coating is actually attached to the tape rather than directly to the paint.

I may end up repainting the whole frame at some point, its a shame that the bike only came in 1 colour, at least most of the parts should be fairly easy to remove, but I don't want to take the whole thing apart before I have ridden it!
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