Congratulations, you bought a new bike! Few things are as fun as “new bike day” but don’t let all that excitement get the best of you. For every new bike there are bike accessories you should consider getting. While all you really need to get out there and be safe is a bike and helmet, these accessories will make you more comfortable, more informed, and more prepared.
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Over the past few years, a new category of bicycle has been developing – The Adventure Bike. Although Adventure bikes may look like a road bike, they offer features that allow them to be ridden off road. With such versatility, could these bikes really do it all?
Being visible is paramount to staying safe while riding and there are many different types of lights available in the market. Read on to learn how dynamo systems work, and why they are so dependable and environmentally-friendly.
Bikes are fun to ride, and any distraction from that fun can be annoying. One type of distraction that is easy to eliminate is the various annoying noises your bike can make. It’s easy, because as your bike makes noise, it’s telling you what’s wrong. Here are some of the most common noises and their causes.
Being visible to others while riding your bike is the key to avoiding accidents. While most people focus on night time visibility, far more hours on the bike are spent under the sun. Here are a few tips to keep you safe and visible all day.
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”.
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.