• Let's ride a bike to fight the epidemic

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    The fairy tale kingdom Denmark not only has more than 7,000 kilometers of beautiful coastline, dense forests, and open grasslands, but also has 11,000 kilometers of bicycle lanes. In Denmark, the right of way for bicycles exceeds that of cars. In places with narrow roads, cars cannot be urged by honking because the bicycle is slow. Here, the bicycle is not only a means of transportation, but also a sport that people love very much. As the epidemic hits, bicycles are more popular as a means of transportation and sports because they can maintain social distance.

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  • It's not that your bike is not good, but your maintenance method is wrong!

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    When it comes to maintenance, each of us will have a strange flower around us. Experienced riders are not excluded!
    In fact, wrong maintenance methods hurt the bike more than no maintenance!
    Don't feel guilty! It's not that you are not good at it, but your maintenance method is not good!

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  • Learn how to save effort when riding against the wind

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    Riding a bicycle often encounters headwinds. The wind greatly hinders riding. So how to save effort when riding a bicycle against the wind? What are the techniques for riding a bicycle when headwind or uphill

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  • Comparison between clincher, tubeless and tubular tires

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    From the above discussion, it is not difficult to find that each tire system has its advantages and disadvantages. In general, high-end clinchers (cotton tube structure) and tubeless tires have been able to achieve or even exceed the performance of tubular tires. For truly lightweight users, tubular tires are the best choice. For most riders, the easy-to-maintain clincher has obvious advantages. However, the choice of tires is sometimes not completely arbitrary, depending on what the existing wheels can be used. After all, the cost of changing wheels is much greater than the cost of changing tires.

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  • Why use locked pedals

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    With the popularity of cycling, more and more bicycle enthusiasts have used self-locking pedals ("locked pedals" for short).

    Perhaps most people have grown up riding bicycles, and they will feel that lock pedals are completely unnecessary, but many people who have used lock pedals will not change back to the previous riding method with horizontal pedals. Why? 

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  • How to choose a bicycle helmet correctly?

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    The function of bicycle helmets to protect the lives of cyclists is beyond doubt. According to the report of the American Highway Safety Insurance Research: 98% of the deaths from cycling in the United States in 1999 did not wear a helmet, and those wearing helmets in collision accidents reduced their risk of serious head injuries by 85%. Not only does the helmet feel cool, but it's also really cool, at the same time, the ventilation holes on the helmet can make the head feel cooler. As an old saying goes, a clear head is easier to win the game.

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