This is an early episode where Jim goes through parts of the bicycle. Jim starts with the front wheel, rim, tire, tube, spokes and hub, then moves on to the fork and brake and brake calipers.
Next he checks out the handlebars, brake levers, and bar tape. On to the stem, and headset which transitions into the frame, which consists of the headtube, top tube, down tube, seat tube, chain stay and seat stay.
Which brings us to the seatpost and saddle. Moving on to the drivetrain made up of the crank, chain, cassette, rear derailleur and front derailleur. What allows the crank to turn is the bottom bracket and that's pretty much what we're working with. See you on the road, bitches!
Joe's much less suave, and much more annoying rendition of "Part's of a Bicycle":
Tutorial on how to install bike pedals. Pedals will usually have left or right hand markings on them, either on the body of the pedal or on the end of the spindles.
Starting with right pedal, first make sure you grease the spindle and clean the inside of the crank arm threads. As you install it pedal backward and hold the pedals straight, and make sure the threads engage straight. The pedal should thread on smoothly, if it is not, stop immediately and try again. You do not want to cross thread the pedal. Once it snug, give it one more oomf. And don't say um so much.
The biggest thing to remember about installing pedals is that the left pedal is lefty tighty instead of the usual righty tighty we are trained to remember. Once you get the pedal started you can just hold the wrench onto it and rotate the pedals backward to make it quick.