With a beixo, you dismantle the rear wheel in no time. (De-)mounting is very simple and much easier than with a chain bike. After all, you don't have to remove and re-tension the chain. Let alone the hassle of a chain case.

How does it work?

Loosen the two screws on the dust cover, unscrew the wheel nuts, release the brake and the wheel can be taken out. As everything only fits in one way, putting it back in is also child's play. What is important is that the parts are replaced in the same way. So pay particular attention to the order of the washers on the right side before removing the wheel from the bike. To maintain a smooth and noiseless drive, these should be reassembled in exactly the same way.

Tip: first tighten the wheel nut on the drive shaft side, this will centre the wheel. Only then tighten the wheel nut on the left side of the bike.

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