• 5 things you can't do before cycling

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    Want to make your cycling experience better every time? Then don't make low-level mistakes before cycling. Before cycling, make sure that the bicycle is clean and tidy and all functions are normal. If you want to make your next cycling experience better, you must prepare well before you go. Preparation means not only what you need to do, but also Including the things you can't do.

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  • What to do if the legs become thick when riding a bicycle

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    When it comes to why cycling, many people will say: lose weight.

    However, many people may not only fail to lose weight, but riding legs become thicker. This is one of the reasons why many beauty-loving girls do not like to ride bicycles.

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  • In a day, when is the best time for cycling?

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    In the morning, at noon, or at night, when would you choose to exercise? Of course, your exercise time is limited by your work and study.

    However, if you can choose arbitrarily, is there an optimal exercise time? Experts say: Yes. But this time depends to a large extent on yourself.

    In recent years, scientists have been constantly exploring the relationship between the biological clock and exercise, in order to find a time that can consume the most fat every day.

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  • Why is it said that cycling is more effective than running?

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    Although riding a bicycle is relatively easy, in terms of changes in the number of heartbeats, the heartbeat of a bicycle has a greater change. The greater the change in a heartbeat, the greater the burden on the body, so the greater the amount of exercise. Therefore, the advantage of cycling is that it feels very relaxed, but the amount of physical exercise can be achieved quickly!

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  • Different stages of cycling have different breathing methods

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    During the entire cycling process, whether you are cycling or getting off the cart, be sure not to breathe in with your mouth.
    On the one hand, although the amount of oxygen inhaled by mouth is relatively large, it is easy to inhale insects and other dirt, and inhalation of cold air often causes coughing and even diarrhea, which greatly affects the cycling experience. On the other hand, the nose itself has the ability to filter air, and at the same time, after the air passes through the nasal cavity, it will become warm and humid. In contrast, inhaling through the nose is more beneficial to the body.

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  • Those who love to ride must go to Tibet in China

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    Bicycles are the most successful means of transportation invented by mankind. With bicycles, people can go farther, and the world seems to be a lot bigger all at once. Bicycles can take us to see the world, see great rivers and mountains, ride wherever we want to go, challenge ourselves, surpass ourselves, and realize our dreams.

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  • 10 misunderstandings about helmets, cyclists have to know!

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    Helmets are equipment related to the lives of cyslists. Although the news does not list those products that are unqualified, there are still some things you can pay attention to when choosing a helmet. In addition to choosing a well-known brand, pay attention to the following misunderstandings and try to avoid them during use!

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  • Does cycling really hurt your knees?

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    Does cycling really hurt my knees? Here is a specific scientific answer for everyone~
    In fact, in daily life, we use the knee joint every step we take. Every sport we engage in may cause varying degrees of injury to the knee. Cycling, as a very green and healthy sport, exerts far less pressure on the knees than other exercises such as walking and climbing stairs in daily life.

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  • Novice guide! 3 core skills that cyclists should master

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    Sometimes it is difficult to distinguish between experienced cyclists and beginner cyclists, but those who often ride alone can easily separate the two. We have organized them into three core skills, after you have mastered them, you can call yourself a seasoned cyclist without any shame. If you want to look very cool reasonably, read this article:

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  • Cycling is not just a sport, it's more like a life mentor

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    Cycling is not just a sport, not just a hobby. Cycling is more like a life mentor. He teaches us to persevere, be cautious, grateful, calm... and taste the beauty in life.

    Cycling is tiring, but also happy. When I choose to ride long distances, it may be a form of self-abuse to my own body, or maybe we are sick in the eyes of others. But I don't think so. If there is no such feeling of self-abuse, without this kind of unforgettable pain, is there any sense to ride? Only when you have a sense of pain can you understand that you can still conquer this pain in this situation, and you can have a sense of accomplishment to overcome yourself.

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  • How to safely ride a bicycle with both hands off the handlebars

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    Do you remember when you first learned to ride a bike as a child? Let go of both hands and exclaimed excitedly: "Dad/Mom, see I can ride a bike without using both hands!" This seems to be a necessary process for everyone to learn to ride a bike, and it is more like a child proving to his parents that he has grown up. Time flies and many years have passed. After we grow up, we don’t seem to have the courage of "newborn calves are not afraid of tigers" “The more wit, the less courage”. Riding a bicycle with both hands off seemed to be a very bullish thing.

    Now, whether it is opening an energy bar or putting on a jacket when it rains, being able to leave the handlebar with both hands to complete these actions on a bicycle is a valuable skill.

    So how can you safely ride a bicycle with your hands off the handlebars? (Note: Riding a bicycle is risky. It is not recommended to ride with the handlebars off for a long time or to show off your skills. This article is only for the convenience of cyclists to replenish the bicycle. )

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  • How to correctly prevent cervical pain caused by cycling

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    Don't take the risk of expanding your condition and suffer the pain in your spine in silence. Before the cervical spine evolved into a big problem, there are a lot of methods used by professional athletes to solve the small problems of the cervical spine.

    Humans were not designed to ride bicycles; the structure of the body was originally formed for the use of upright walking. Cycling completely changes the weight distribution of your spine and muscles, and it bends your back and cervical spine into an unnatural posture.

    In fact, when you are in a cycling position, your cervical spine must compensate for this position in order for you to see the road ahead. If your cycling posture is not good, then this problem will be more serious; for a few hours, your cervical spine will stand up straight, staring at the space in front; it’s weird that the neck muscles are not tired.

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  • Too bumpy? How to improve the comfort of road bikes

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    For most road bikers, comfort is definitely a part of efficiency, as people often say, "Smooth is faster" unless you are a "copper wall and iron fart", or your cycling route is very smooth. 

    Some cyclists may feel that the comfort of the bicycle is not up to expectations, so they will choose to replace the endurance frame or the ultra-light climbing frame. This is of course a way to solve the problem from the root, In fact, there are some methods that do not need to be so troublesome or even cost a penny to improve comfort.

    Tires are the first level of shock absorption. In fact, most of the shock absorption of road bikes is done by tires. Suitable tire settings can be used more than endurance frames, so we start with tires.

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  • UCI's new rules will be officially launched on April 1!

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    In order to further reduce the risk of road racing and improve event safety, UCI continues to announce new reforms, Sitting on the bicycle’s top tube is prohibited. Furthermore, using the forearms as a point of support on the handlebar is prohibited except in time trials, and loss in race tracks or groups. Throwing garbage or water bottles, etc. will be considered dangerous behavior! After a short adaptation period, the new regulations will be officially launched on April 1.

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  • Riding a bicycle is better than walking, preventing various diseases

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    Cycling is not only easy and enjoyable but also enjoys the beautiful scenery. It is even one of the most recommended exercises for middle-aged and elderly people by orthopedic doctors.

    Japanese professional doctors even believe that in addition to feet, cycling can also use many muscles such as the back, buttocks, hands, etc., which can improve heart and lung function, help blood vessels to restore youth, and may also prevent and improve arteriosclerosis, diabetes, and high blood pressure. , And fall prevention.

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