• Seven rumors about cycling mountain bike

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    The Cycling mountain bike has always been a game for the brave. It is common to see cyclists shouting "Don't counsel, just do it!" to encourage novices to take risks. The result is "Crash-Fracture-Sell the bicycle-Retreat" Are the ideas that have been passed down in the Cycling mountain bike circle right? Today we will break them one by one!

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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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  • 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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  • Mountain bike installation-five common mistakes for novices

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    Bicycles have become lighter and lighter, and the fault-tolerant rate of installation is getting lower and lower. Excessive torque will cause slippage of the chainring, twisting of the handlebars, and serious breakage during cycling. For many novices, some torque values ​​seem very low, especially most of the control components. But in fact, these parts don't need so much torque!

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  • The slower the ride? Master teaches you to easily solve 5 small faults

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    When you are struggling to save money and buy a new bike, it feels really good to get a new bike. You fall in love with its beautiful painting, the wheelset that moves with just one step, the extremely precise shifting...use your free time to accompany it, and even sleep with it at night.

    However, as time passed, until one day, you started to ignore it, and your bike ran to you and asked you: "So love will disappear, right?" But you look at your friend's pair of lighter wheels. Groupset, that set of faster gear shifting...

    Is the boat of friendship between you and your bike overturned? I don't think so, it may just need a little maintenance, and then it will come back to you full of energy. Here are some common glitches to help you realize whether your bike is starting to slow down, and how to fix it.

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  • How to protect your eyes while cycling!

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    The eyes, as the window of the human soul, are a channel for us to contact and receive the information that this world brings us. "Your eyes can speak" is true, eyes can let us see through a person. As a family of travel friends, many friends usually like to ride out on their own bicycles, and their eyes will inevitably be exposed to the outdoors for a long time and suffer various unexpected injuries. In the process of traveling, you should take care of your eyes and protect your eyes as much as possible.
    Numerous unfavorable factors, such as ultraviolet rays, wind and sand, and sweat, can cause damage to the eyes to a certain extent. Many riders tend to ignore the protection of the eyes. Over time, the eyes may feel uncomfortable, and even some habitual bad movements during cycling may cause diseases. I have suffered from severe conjunctivitis!

    It is very important to protect your eyes during cycling! Today, let’s talk about how to protect your eyes while cycling.

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  • 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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  • How to breathe healthier when cycling in winter

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    Winter exercises can improve the body's ability to adapt to cold conditions. The body is strong and the chance of getting sick is much less than that of ordinary people. But for some people with a softer respiratory tract, the dry and cold air outdoors in winter often makes their outdoor exercise plans sour.

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  • Upgrade these equipment to your bike to make you cycling fast and comfortable

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    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...

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  • Five tips for mountain biking

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    For those who are not very proficient in riding mountain bikes, what is the normal posture?

    The upper body is low, looking down a bit, looking down 10 meters on the road ahead, with the head slightly inclined forward;

    The two hands should be bent naturally, not too straight. If the two hands are too straight, the hands will be numb and tired, and the hands will bend, which is convenient for bowing at the waist, lowering the body's center of gravity, and preventing the impact caused by the bumps of the car from being transmitted to the whole body; Both hands held the handlebars lightly and forcefully, and seated the seat firmly.

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  • Bicycle maintenance cycle table

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    Before each ride
    ·Check the tire pressure
    ·Check the brakes and cable sets
    ·Confirm whether your crank setting is locked
    ·Confirm whether your Quick Release is locked, but not too tight

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  • Essential skills for cyclists

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    I believe that cyclists will definitely encounter unexpected situations during cycling, and the most common failures are basically four types: chain drop, broken tires, brake failure, and inaccurate gear shifting.

    And these faults are all that we can quickly eliminate by ourselves, and this article will carefully introduce how to prevent faults and simple troubleshooting methods.

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  • Five tips from professional doctors for long-distance riders

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    Cycling trips or competitions of more than 100 kilometers are often the mid-term goals in the minds of people who are new to cycling. The pleasure and sense of accomplishment of completing the goals, but the more tiring trip.

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  • 10 ways to break the wind!

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    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.

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