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.
The width, angle, and elevation of the handlebar directly affect the handling and comfort of the bicycle. So, is the width and angle of the handlebar really important? Below, we will talk about how to correctly choose the width and angle of the handlebar through the three most common types of mountain bikes.
About 20 years ago, Specialized first introduced Body Geometry technology to make the cushions have different widths, the purpose of which is to ensure that the seat bones are properly supported to prevent numbness and general discomfort. Whether it is comfortable or not, try more to know! In addition to the width and shape, many riders find that the uncomfortable solution is only to have a groove in the middle of the cushion to relieve pressure. For example...
How about this carbon fiber mountain hardtail bike from the picture? Isn’t it handsome? Do you want to build one for yourself? The following is the assembly list of one of our customers. The cost of the whole vehicle is about $2000.
Frame - Trifox Carbon MTB Frame MFM200
Groupset- deore xt-m8120 4piston.
Seatpost - profile design
Saddle - fizik
Hubs - fastace
Disk - shimano icetech
Handlebar - syncros
Fork - tfsa carbon
Mavic crossride -wS
XC folding tires
Deore xt standard BB
For advanced riders who are looking for speed and fighting every second, you must know the 10 tips for creating low-drag riding. The following are the bike parts, personal parts, and body parts, respectively, and explain in order the ways in which road bikes can achieve low-resistance riding settings.