Beginner’s Guide to Cycling : zenhabits

Rubric: Other | 14 May 2014 | no comments yet »
Beginner’s Guide to Cycling : zenhabits

zenhabits. breathe Beginner’s Guide to Cycling A couple weeks ago I posted my Beginner’s Guide to Running. which turned out to be pretty popular. Today I present my Beginner’s Guide to Cycling, which I hope is just as useful. I’d like to note that I’m not nearly as qualified to write this guide as I was to write the running guide. I’m a very early beginner in cycling, and what I’m posting here is just the basics, from what I’ve learned from my research (websites, books, and talking to experts) and from my limited experiences so far. I basically just want to share what I’ve learned so far, so that it might help others who want to get started. ...

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Beginner’s guide to essential cycling skills

Rubric: Other | 14 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Beginner’s guide to essential cycling skills

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Beginners’ guide to buying a bike

Rubric: BMX bikes | 13 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Beginners’ guide to buying a bike

Beginners’ guide to buying a bike A good bike shop will take the time to set you up right Steve Behr The cycling boom of the past few years has meant there’s more choice than ever before in your local bike shops, and more other places selling bikes too. Let us guide you through buying the right bike. Set your goals If you can describe what you want to do with your new bike, you’ll make things much easier for yourself and the salesperson who’s helping you choose. Form follows function, and that’s especially true of bikes. Different bikes are intended for different types of riding and some are very specific to their purpose. However, most bikes are pretty versatile – you ...

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Tips for Buying a Beginner Road Bike « Cycling For Beginners

Rubric: Other | 13 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Tips for Buying a Beginner Road Bike « Cycling For Beginners

Tips for Buying a Beginner Road Bike As I mentioned in my Giant Cypress Review. after not riding a bike for 20 years a hybrid bike was a good start back — however after a couple of months I realized that I really wanted a road bike.  While I liked those quiet rides alone in the country, there was a local bike club with some really neat longer rides where I could both get great exercise and socialize a bit with others who enjoyed bicycling.  Most towns have similar clubs — but, to keep up with the pace on those group rides I needed a more “serious” bike. Remember, I am a cheapskate who started out looking for a bike under $200 to ride around with the kids and maybe do ...

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Beginners Guide to Riding Road Bicycles

Rubric: Road bicycles | 11 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Beginners Guide to Riding Road Bicycles

Beginners Guide to Riding Road Bicycles Other People Are Reading Buying a Bike The first step in buying a bike is knowing where you’re going to ride. Are you going to be commuting? Do you want to race? Do you want to ride through the city? Or do you just want to ride for leisure? Bicycles come in all shapes and sizes. Those looking for a comfortable ride should look for comfort bikes. These bikes will let you ride in a “head up” position, where the handlebars are situated well above a comfortable seat. Racing bikes will put you in a “head down” position, where the handlebars are situated lower than the seat, and commuter and road bikes will give you the option ...

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