About Bike Frames

Rubric: Touring bicycles | 1 May 2014 | no comments yet »
About Bike Frames

 Size The traditional way of sizing a bike frame is by measuring from its lowest point to its highest point. This means that the measurement is taken from the bottom bracket to the top of the seat tube. The average size for a road bike ranges from 21 to 23 inches (53 to 58 centimeters), while the size of a typical mountain bike is 18 1/2 inches. Sizes vary depending on make and model, and certain frames are measured differently today, incorporating the length of the frame into the measurement. Type There are different types of bike frames that are made for different types of bikes. These different frames are also made of different materials and sizes and even shapes. Frames on racing bikes, ...

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Best Touring Bikes: Reviews of the Best Touring Bicycles

Rubric: Touring bicycles | 1 May 2014 | no comments yet »
Best Touring Bikes: Reviews of the Best Touring Bicycles

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Bicycle Touring Pro – How To Plan Your Next Bicycle Touring Adventure

Rubric: Touring bicycles | 19 Apr 2014 | no comments yet »
Bicycle Touring Pro – How To Plan Your Next Bicycle Touring Adventure

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Bicycle Pedals – Clipless pedals versus other types

Rubric: Touring bicycles | 2 Apr 2014 | no comments yet »
Bicycle Pedals – Clipless pedals versus other types

Bicycle Pedals – Clipless pedals versus other types What kind of bicycle pedals do you want to use? Is there a difference between one or another pedal? Why would you choose for a click system while a normal pedal or toe clip would work too? Questions we are going to answer for you. We will focus on the comfort for touring bicycles, this means racers may not agree with the statements I will make. Traditionally, platform pedals were pedals with a relatively large flat area for the foot to rest on and push to make the bicycle go. With the development of race and mountain bikes this is all changed. When I was a child, I saw Eddy Merckx cycling with toe clips. My first Peugeot bicycle ...

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Best Touring Bikes: Reviews of the Best Touring Bicycles

Rubric: Touring bicycles | 20 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Best Touring Bikes: Reviews of the Best Touring Bicycles

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Touring Bicycles: Selection | How To Department | Adventure Cycling Association

Rubric: Touring bicycles | 16 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Touring Bicycles: Selection | How To Department | Adventure Cycling Association

Touring Bicycles: Selection Explore which bicycles are best for bike touring and travel using these blog posts, articles, reviews, and external resources. Photo by Jesse Merz In this video, Adventure Cyclist magazine contributor Patrick O’Grady takes a look at the All-City Space Horse. The full review appears in the February 2013 issue of Adventure Cyclist . Adventure Cyclist began publishing practical advice for buying a touring bike in 1996. The articles have covered all kinds of bikes that can be used for bicycle travel true touring bikes, mountain bikes, tandems, recumbents, cross bikes, etc. They have also included lists of manufacturers that make these bikes and their contact ...

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Bicycle Touring Pro – How To Plan Your Next Bicycle Touring Adventure

Rubric: Touring bicycles | 15 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Bicycle Touring Pro – How To Plan Your Next Bicycle Touring Adventure

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Best Touring Bikes: Reviews of the Best Touring Bicycles

Rubric: Touring bicycles | 15 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Best Touring Bikes: Reviews of the Best Touring Bicycles

Medium/Long Range Bicycles Long/Expedition Range Bicycles If you go into a local bike store, the price of most bicycles will start around $300 and go to over $1,500 for higher-end racing bicycles and mountain bikes. Most of the bicycles you will see will be in the $500 to $600 range. Unfortunately, a new, high-quality touring bicycle will usually have a price tag of $1,000 or more. And many of the expedition bicycles that can handle almost any touring terrain will start at $2,000 and go up from there. When considering a new touring bicycle, I use the following selection criteria: The following models are just a short list of high-quality bicycles available. Many more models exist. If you ...

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Velo-city – City Bikes

Rubric: Touring bicycles | 15 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Velo-city – City Bikes

Bicycles and More City Bikes Fully Integrated Bicycles Non-Motorized Mobility: city bikes are practical, convenient and stylish (Photo: ubrayj02 on flickr ) City bikes include several types and styles of bike that are suitable for everyday urban cycling, getting you from a to b while providing a high level of comfort, safety and convenience. Bicycle riders in cities around the world are increasingly choosing style over speed and simplicity over hi-tech. The classic English roadster and it’s sibling, the Dutch bike, the shopper bike which first made a splash in the late 1960s / early 1970s as well as comfort-. hybrid-/trekking-. road- and touring bikes are all described below. A city bike ...

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Best Touring Bikes: Reviews of the Best Touring Bicycles

Rubric: Touring bicycles | 14 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Best Touring Bikes: Reviews of the Best Touring Bicycles

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