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How to Choose an Electric Scooter [Guest Post]

By Steve Davis Electric scooters are becoming increasingly popular, but there is a lot of misinformation out there about them. Choosing an can be difficult. There are so many choices and brands to choose from that it’s hard to know where to start. We’ve put together this guide on how to choose an electric scooter […]

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How to Transport an Adult Tricycle

Adult tricycles are commonly used by older adults and people with stability problems. A tricycle is like a bicycle except that it has three tires – one in front and two at the back. With this design, an is safer and more stable than a bicycle. However, like a bicycle, it still has pedals and […]

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How to Make your Bicycle Look Like a Motorcycle

Bicycles aren’t motorcycles, but if you love the simplicity and low cost of your bicycle yet prefer the power and sound of a motorcycle, you are not alone. Bicycle riders have been using different hacks to make their bicycles look like motorcycles for a long time. This is especially common among kids – but the […]

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How to Fix a Broken Presta Valve

Introduction – How to Fix a Damaged Presta Valve If you own a bicycle, one of the things you must know is how to re-inflate the tires whenever they lose pressure. In that case, you will need to know how to work a tire valve. While many bicycles use Schrader valves, others use Presta valves. […]

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Is it Worth Getting an Electric Bike?

Guest Contribution by Bernita Fregoso Buying an electric bike is a decision that takes into account multiple factors. Among other things, convenience and desired objectives are among the reasons why some people think of getting electric bikes. According to the market research firm NPD Group, between 2019 to 2020, the market for electric bikes has […]

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Why Get Into Gravel Biking? And What Events Are Worth Racing? [Guest Post]

By Tyler Tafelsky Top Gravel Biking Races In the cycling world, gravel biking has gained popularity among all types of cyclists. Designed to allow wider tires, , and other off-road features, gravel bikes have picked up traction among cyclists looking to get off paved roads but enjoy going fast. Unquestionably fun and virtually limitless for […]

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What Goes Into Choosing the Perfect Bike? [Guest Post]

By Chloe from Pushys Cycling has been the subject of discussion for many years thanks to the unique opportunities it provides for easy transportation from point A to point B, positively affecting one’s health and well-being at that. All this without harming the environment, as opposed to other vehicles and means of transport like cars, […]

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Can You Scrap A Bicycle?

Introduction A bicycle is made of rubber, cables, and metals that can be easily fixed when broken or repurposed. However, there are situations where you need to say goodbye to your old bicycle instead of just fixing them. Instead of just storing old bikes in a landfill, you can try to sell your bikes for […]

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Mountain Bike Tire Pressure Guide [Guest Post]

By Adam Wilson Many bikers are always trying to find ways to enhance the performance of their bikes. From electronic shifters to lighter wheels, bikers tend to try them all. One aspect of bike performance that is sometimes overlooked is your tire pressure. Mountain bike tire pressure is about filling up your tires with just […]

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Do I Need a Speed and Cadence Sensor?

Speed sensors and cadence sensors are two common gadgets used to keep track of performance. However, have you ever wondered what their differences are? Should you get a speed sensor, or would a cadence sensor suit your needs better? Do I Need a Speed and Cadence Sensor? As suggested by their name, speed sensors or […]

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