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Road Cycling 101 – Road Bike Safety

Road Cycling, what possibly can anyone learn?In the recent years, cycling has grown so rapidly with such a frequent amount of events. Like zombies...

Getting The Right Bike Hub

When the center cannot hold, you’re in trouble. Hub is the centerpiece of your bike’s wheels, which connects to the rims through the spokes....

1st Timers: Cleaning the Drivetrain

Count your elevations. You have been riding so hard. The flexibility of your bike chain is diminishing. Whether or not you are a professional...

Bike Bars: Drop Bars & Tri Bars

Getting a handle on it. Handlebars are the primary control point between you and your bike. The type of handlebar you select for your ride...

Etiquette of Peloton For Cycling

Peloton  ˌpe-lə-ˈtän , ˈpe-lə-ˌtän  noun: peloton; plural noun: pelotons 1. the main field or group of cyclists in a race. From the French, literally, small ball, derivative of platoon First Known...

Upgrading Your Wheelset

Upgrading your wheelset is the biggest and best performance upgrade you can make to your bike. How do you choose a wheelset that is...

1st Timers: Butterfly Bars

Butterfly bars are favoured amongst touring cyclists, giving more hand positions while riding than classic drop bars or straight bars. This can be important...

The 101 for Mountain Biking

What someone mentions mountain biking, what comes to mind? Probably a scene involving dirt, rocks, roots, gravel, mud and other terrain. Mountain biking involves...

1st Timer: Adjusting Derailleurs

Derailleurs Are Responsible For The Smooth Movement Of The Chain Across A Bike’s Chainrings, And Consequently See A Lot Of Wear And Tear, And...

1st Timer: Front Suspension Fork

Front Suspension Forks are the part of a bicycle that holds the front wheel in place. Suspension Forks serve two very important functions 1) Its...
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