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How to Create a Resistance Band Workout for Cyclists [Guest Post]

By Barbara Fernandez Introduction to Resistance Band Workouts Resistance bands are an excellent way to build strength, flexibility, and balance. By adding resistance band workouts into your training, you’ll be able to cycle more efficiently and for longer distances. There are many different sorts of resistance bands, but generally the thicker the band, the stronger […]

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8 Tips for Riding a Bike at Night [Guest Post]

By Ethan Mays Cycling is a long journey, and it won’t stop at dawn. If you haven’t tried it yet, cycling on evenings with a full moon is an enjoyable experience! However, cycling in the dark has many potential dangers. Depending on each weather situation, the level of risk is also different. So here are […]

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SRAM eTap Front Derailleur Problems

Introduction- SRAM eTap Front Derailleur Problems SRAM RED eTAP is, without a doubt, one of the most sought-after sports technology products in the cycling industry. While there are many reviews and articles written about SRAM eTap, there are still more unique eTap features that are relatively unknown, and some of those unknowns might be considered […]

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Taping Handlebars with Bar End Shifters

Introduction- Taping Handlebars with Bar End Shifters Perhaps you have not really thought about . Even if you do not exude much sweat from the palms that would make your handlebar slippery, taping is still recommended in some situations. For instance, if you are riding on a downhill bike trail, it would be rather unwise […]

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Can I Ride My Bicycle After Cataract Surgery?

Introduction Cataract surgery is a common and safe procedure used for , and it is relatively quick. Furthermore, the pain and discomfort of cataract surgery usually subside shortly after the procedure. Your vision clears quickly, and it will be completely healed about eight weeks after surgery. Although you may start a light activity like walking […]

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Disadvantages of Paint Protection Film for Vehicles [Guest Post]

By M T H Toha You might have planned to apply a paint protection film (PPF), which is a thermoplastic urethane, on your vehicle to protect its paint. But you should also know about the various demerits of it before you make a decision. Proponents of PPF point to its strong protection from damage and […]

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Adding Extra Brake Levers to a Road Bike

Introduction When assembling a bike, you need to ensure the braking and shifting components are installed and adjusted. This usually begins by installing your levers to optimize their fit and performance. This is important because adding levers to your bike allows you to accurately size and route any cable housing sections. Furthermore, you need to […]

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6 Major Benefits of An Electric Bicycle [Guest Post]

By Oliva Wilson If you are concerned about global warming and want to help reduce carbon emissions, one of the things you should do is opt for more environmentally-friendly vehicles – such as electric bicycles. Instead of using automobiles that run on fossil fuels, biking to work with an E-bike is a greener option. , […]

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How to True a Bike Wheel With Disc Brakes [Guest Post]

By Nick Mark True a bike wheel with disc brakes The most important thing about any bikes or bikes for 2-3 year olds is to ensure the bike provides a safe and secure ride. A bike has to be ‘true’ if you want the best performance.  But first, what does it mean to ‘true’ a […]

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How To Remove A Shimano Crank Without A Tool

Introduction- How To Remove A Shimano Crank Without A Tool Perhaps you’ve been wanting to take apart your Shimano bike in order to run maintenance on it but you weren’t sure how to go about its crank removal, especially without tools. Removal of your bike’s crankset is often necessary since it’s the part of the […]

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