• Bicycle tires are more likely to blow out in summer

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    Any object has the characteristics of thermal expansion and contraction. In the hot summer, when we are enjoying the cold ice cream, we will find that there is cold air flowing down around the ice cream. This is because the air close to the ice cream cools down, becomes heavier than the surrounding air, and flows downward. Not only is the air very hot in summer, but the ground is also heated by the sun. When a bicycle is exposed to the sun, the air in the tire is constantly squeezing the tire after being heated and expanded. If the air in the tire hits too much, or there is a weak spot on the tire, it will squeeze the tire.

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