• Knowledge about road bikes downhill

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    Not everyone can go downhill like a professional cyclist, but at least you can optimize your downhill movements through some tips, increase your confidence and speed when going downhill!

    If you can't go downhill happily, why bother to ride up the top of the slope? When cyclists face downhills, many people will have an inexplicable sense of fear, but that’s okay, you might as well listen to our suggestions, then take your bike and try it out on a slope!

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  • Girls who buy road bikes must know these

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    For most female cyclist, good looks seems to be the main factor in buying or not.

    If you decide to buy a bike with a good look, you may choose the wrong bike. After all, the bike is not suitable, and the back is sore when cycling, but it will not take long to give up riding the bicycle.

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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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  • Common faults and solutions for bicycles

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    Repairing bicycles is a technical task. So in the eyes of many people, even if it is troublesome, the first choice after any breakdown of the bicycle is still to go to the repair shop. It turns out that the so-called fault may be a small problem that the repairer can solve by dripping the oil and tightening the screws. In order to avoid similar situations, today we have sorted out 16 common faults of bicycles to help you judge the condition of the bike:

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  • Do you need to drink sports drinks while cycling?

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    Do you drink sports drinks while cycling? Obviously, water can be filled at home, is it really necessary to buy a can of sports drinks? According to the surveys I did in some cycling clubs, about half of the cyclists drink sports drinks while riding, and half drink only water. It can be seen that half of the cyclists still don’t understand the help of sports drinks, or I don't think it is necessary.

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  • How to choose the tire that suits you

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    The importance of tires in a bike is often easily overlooked. Tire characteristics are closely related to the performance and efficiency of the bike. Here I will introduce you to the structure of tires and the characteristics of tires. First of all, we first understand the tires. Only by understanding the structure of the tires can we find suitable tires for ourselves.

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  • Teach you how to clean the disc brake calipers

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    The brake calipers become very hot when they are working, and various stains will adhere to them. Fortunately, cleaning the brake caliper piston is not much more difficult than replacing the brake pads, so it would be better to clean the brake calipers along the way when replacing the brake pads.

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  • Do you know how to maintain a carbon fiber frame?

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    Carbon fiber is an incredible material that has completely changed the design and performance of bicycle frames. It is lightweight, corrosion-resistant, can be molded into various required shapes, and is very strong in use. The claim that carbon fiber frames and related parts are generally brittle and unreliable is not true, but just alarmist. It is strong enough to be used in F1 and the aerospace industry, and there is no doubt that it is naturally used in the bicycle field.

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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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  • How do I park a bicycle without foot support?

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    Many cyclists are very entangled with a question at the beginning, that is, whether to install a bicycle foot support or not. In the later practice, it proved that there is really no need to install, some said it was because of weight reduction, some said it was ugly, and some said it damaged the bike. In short, don't install it!

    For sports bikes, we don't advocate the installation of bicycle foot supports, so what should we do when I need to park when we go out? Here are some bike enthusiasts who use the things at hand and the surrounding environment to help park their favorite bicycles. Let's learn together! Share eight parking methods for your reference:

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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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  • 3 points that must be kept in mind when installing the pedal for the first time

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    Many cyclists will choose to switch to self-locking pedals that can greatly improve pedaling efficiency after cycling for a period of time. However, when the cyclists installed the self-locking pedals for the first time and were so excited to experience the chicness of a "professional cyclist", they ignored some details of comfort and safety, which led to the possibility of locking pedals. It will not achieve the best effect in use, and it may bring great safety risks.

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  • Five ways to help you quickly recover from muscle soreness after cycling a bicycle?

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    You should also have such an experience: After high-intensity training, the waist is sore and the legs are sore that even getting out of bed and going down the stairs the next morning feels like death, as if the body was hollowed out. In fact, even if you challenge your personal limits during training (especially moves you have never done before), muscle soreness should not last for many days. Why should you suffer so much? With massage after training, the following methods can help you reduce inflammation and recover quickly.

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  • How to avoid the numbness and pain of holding the handlebar during cycling

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    Numb hands may ruin your cycling career. Because of the numbness, the bicycle will lack control during the cycling process, causing unexpected danger.

    A common type of hand numbness is cyclist palsy, which is what we usually call grip numbness. It is caused by compression of the ulnar nerve or the median nerve of the hand.

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