• Master some skills in cycling to effectively reduce physical exertion

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    When approaching a slope, use a small front chainring and a rear gear that is two stages higher than the gear you want to complete the slope; in the first stage of climbing, when the kinetic energy is exhausted, reduce it sometime earlier. Gear, don’t frustrate your attempts by missing gear changes.

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  • Correct riding breathing-adjust your oxygen supply capacity!

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    The knowledge of breathing is great. It is not so easy to discuss and research. Different exercises have different breathing characteristics. And some good breathing methods also need to be developed.

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  • Three simple ways to make you cycle uphill better

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    Martin Shea, one of the best uphill riders in the United States, said that she found a soft spot for uphill cycling during her first bicycle trip to the west, Colorado. "When I first cycling uphill the Monarch Pass, I didn't know anything about distance or altitude," she said. "Most cycle uphill in New England can reach the top within ten minutes. When I heard that the biggest cycle uphill was coming, I thought it would only take twice as long. Twenty-three miles later, I can reach the top through a point At 11,300 feet, I learned two major lessons: First, a curve on the road does not mean that the top of the mountain is at the corner; second, even though I like cycling uphill and my uphill cycling ability seems not weak, I still have a lot to learn. Even though I have won the Mt. Washington hill cycle championship three times, I can often find better ways to improve my uphill cycling skills."

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