Hi, I’m Michael from Ivanhoe Cycles. I’m going to show you the basics of removing a front wheel from a bike that’s got hydraulic brakes. This is a Giant Talon, a women’s version. I’m going to remove the front wheel. Just loosened the skewer and unscrewing the nut on the other side. Then the wheel comes out. We may be doing this to fit the bike in the car or put it away somewhere, that sort of thing. What can sometimes happen, is if somebody presses the brake lever, the pads close up and they don’t come back out again so then the disc won’t fit back in. You can use a nice, clean screwdriver gently between the pads and just lever it open again, very gently not burring or making any damage on the pads at all. The other thing you could do is, when you’ve just removed the wheel, use a spacer One of these, will just clip inside there. You could press the lever all day and it won’t cause any problem at all. When you are going to put the wheel back in, you just take the spacer back out, and replace your wheel. Goes back in there nicely. Do the skewer up again. When putting the wheel in, make sure that it’s square or flat-down in the drop-outs. This will make sure that the disc is not rubbing at all and that the wheel’s true in the forks. That’s basically how you do it! Thanks for watching. If you’ve got any questions at all, come and see us at Ivanhoe Cycles. Thank you.