There is a simple equation that always holds true: control = comfort. By securing your feet in place with a clipless pedal you can use muscles more efficiently, relieve excessive strain on your feet, and be connected to your bicycle more directly. Read on to see how easy it is to learn to ride “clipless”.
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When it is time to get your child on the bike for the first time, or upgrade to a bigger size, knowing the differences between Kid’s bikes will make the job easier. Read on for more details.
Truing your wheels is a great way to take care of your bike while making it easier to ride. When you start adjusting your wheels, it’s important to know where to start. Read on below for details on what makes your wheels work, and how to make them work better.
If you don’t have disc brakes, the V-brakes on your bike are your greatest single source of control. Read on for some tips and tricks on how to adjust your V-brakes for a safe ride.
In the rains of the fall and early spring staying dry is the most important and difficult part of riding. The best way to stay dry is to wear waterproof clothing. Before you go out and just buy anything labeled “waterproof”, understand that all waterproofing is not the same.
Folding bikes are the essential bike for anyone with limited space, a multi-mode commute, or the desire to travel with a bicycle is a Folding bike. Tons of companies make great folders that are featherweight and easy to use. Read ahead for tips on how to choose the right one, and for information on all the benefits of a folder.
Cycling is a great way to get fit, but without proper nutrition, it can leave you depleted. Your body naturally stores enough energy in glycogen to sustain you for about an hours’ worth of effort. With rides that are longer than an hour, you need to think about feeding your hungry muscles as you exercise. Here is some info, history, and tips for riding nutrition.
I have had the pleasure of owning a travel bike for the past ten years. When I bought it, I was traveling a few times a year to different bicycle industry events around the country and not riding. To escape this cycle, I decided to bring my own bike along on the next trip. Trying to bring my bike on a plane was a too expensive for the small amount of saddle time I was going to get. So I started to look into the options of a travel bike.
Your favorite music keeps you pedaling in high spirits through the toughest rides like nothing else. So how do you bring your favorite tunes along with limited space while riding a bike? Take a look at these few tips below about some of the most popular options.