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Bike Basics With Bicycle Queensland Part 2 - ABC Bike Check

1. Type your full name. Please note that you will be made to repeat the quiz if you score less than 60%.
3. A simple way to remember the bike check sequence is,
BCC
ABD
ABZ
ABC
4. ABC stands for...
air
brakes and bell
chain and cranks
All of the above
5. Do you always complete a safety check before you ride your bike? This question is not marked.
Yes
No
6. The recommended pressure for your tyre can be found on...
The side of your pump
The side of your helmet
The top of your tyres
The sidewall of your tyres
7. Select the most correct response. Some of the reasons your brakes might be failing are...
Worn brake pads, buckled wheel, snapped cable
Worn brake pads, bald tires
Buckled wheel, empty water bottle, flat battery
8. In wet weather it's a good idea to... (two answers are correct)
slightly reduce pressure to increase contact on the road
Remember rule #9
Ride less to avoid crashing
Ride to the conditions
9. Select three benefits of having the right tyre pressure? (Three answers must be selected)
Less resistance
Better control
Cheaper tyres
Avoid flats
Less weight
More bounce
10. When checking the cranks and chain, it is a good idea to run your finger along the chain. Identify the most correct response.
True
False
11. The image above demonstrates the correct way to test the handle bars safely.
True
False
12. The above image demonstrates the correct way to test the seat safely.
True
False
13. Before riding the bike shown in this image you should...
Go to the bike shop and get a new bike.
Remove the seat and swap with another one.
Straighten the seat and make sure it's tight.
Strengthen the seat post with some superglue
14. According to the video, if there is any movement in your cranks, head-stem or seat you should...
leave your bike at home
service that component of your bike
borrow another bike
give up on riding
15. Select the correct response.
0%
0
Front and rear lights ARE compulsory at night or in low light conditions
0%
0
Front and rear lights are NOT compulsory at night or in low light conditions
0%
0
If I can see the road it should be fine.
0
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