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fundamental features of a cycling
Buying a bicycle can be fun, but it also takes quite a bit of research to decide on what's best for
you. If you are a complete novice, then maybe avoid the high tech bike magazines that are written
by experts. They are a great source of information, but sometimes the reading requires
knowledge of bikes. You can find information in a variety of places -friends who know about bikes,
bicycle stores, websites, etc.
A very popular sport in recent decades is riding mountain bikes. Even if you don't know that much
about cycling, you should have heard of these. In regard to the history of bicycling, they're not that
new at all. When you look at a typical bike, you'll see that these bikes are much more rugged than
Wider tires, with much more tread, along with beefier frames, is what you will find. You can do a
lot of off road riding with these bikes which is why they are made this way. The one thing you will
lose with mountain bikes is speed because they are simply not designed for speed. But they can
be very comfortable to ride and they are made that way because of where you ride them. There is
a class of bicycles that are known as hybrids, and actually this type of bike was seen a long time
ago in the late 60s. Their seats were shaped like bananas and therefore called banana seat
bikes. These bicycles are all about comfort and a little style, maybe, and really not much else.
They are usually designed with extended handle bars, that are meant to be ridden on level ground
and do not go fast so they do not need extra gears. This kind of bicycle is not really popular
anymore, but there are a few who are interested in them. This is the kind of bike that is for riders
that are laid back and not at all aggressive.
Frame geometry is something you need to be aware of, even if this is the first bike you get. The
geometry of the frame will impact how comfortable the bike is. The ratio between the tubes of the
frame is what this is referencing. Depending upon the size of your body, the bike frame can play
an important role as to whether or not a long bike ride will be comfortable. For greater comfort
over long distances, especially with a touring bike, the wheelbase must be brought into question.
When you look at touring bikes, the wheelbase is longer than a mountain bike will have. There will
be a great deal of difference between a touring bike, and a mountain bike. The distance between
the wheels is what the wheelbase is describing.
Choosing a more custom approach when choosing a bicycle to ride is also another option. People
with a lot of experience doing this usually choose their bikes in this way. Choosing a bike, even if
you are new to cycling, will probably end up okay - the bike will probably work for a while. It is
easy to start customizing your new bike once you know more about cycling.
For much more information on handy bikes and tools take a look at the following webpage at
http://bikes-reviews.com/ and understand more about some of the best bikes and gear today.

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