• Is the weight of a mountain bike really that important?

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    "How heavy is your bike?" This question may have been asked by many people, but does a mountain bike be good if it is light? Does the weight of the bike really mean that the bike is poor? Does the quality of your ride depend entirely on the weight of the bike? Or should we completely stop pursuing the stupid behavior of lightweight?

    Light means it is a good bike, and a heavy one means it is a low-end bike. This is a saying that bicycles have been circulating for decades. Since the 1990s, this situation has continued for quite some time, and many drivers have spent a lot of time or even their lives for this, and even the handlebars will break due to daily punctures. Fortunately, due to continuous testing and production process improvement, the problem of strength and safety for many years seems to have been resolved. However, the importance of the weight surface has not diminished.

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  • The key factors affecting the handling of mountain bikes: the choice of handlebar width and angle

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    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.

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  • Carbon fiber mountain bike picture sharing

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    Trifox Carbon fiber mountain bikes picture sharing, which one do you like best?

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  • Share some cross-country skills for mountain biking

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    As mountain bikes are often cycling o the rugged and uneven road, requiring athletes to master certain mountain bike cross-country skills in order to deal with them safely. The following are some summary of some practical mountain bike cross-country skills, quickly collect them.

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  • Why are mountain bikes not equipped with mudguards?

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    1. The mudguard is basically ineffective in riding activities.
    2. The mudguard will increase energy consumption during riding activities.
    3. will increase the probability of failure. Therefore, this type of mountain bike does not require mudguards. If the subject is only doing slow riding on general roads, you can use a station wagon.
    4. The hidden safety hazards of mudguards: general mudguards are made thin and wide, and the materials are mostly steel, aluminum, plastic, resin, and other materials with certain hardness. It's like a knife without a blade. In other words, it is a sharp protrusion on a vehicle. When the cyclist accidentally crashed, the kinetic energy is very large at this time. This sharp protrusion is very easy to cut your skin under the huge kinetic energy, especially in the summer when the riders wear very little and their bodies are exposed. The parts are many.

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  • Getting Started | how to use derailleur correctly

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    For those who are just getting started with a mountain bike, and in order to let everyone better enjoy the fun of riding, here are some tips about how to use derailleur correctly.

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