How to choose a mountain bike shock pump

By Delia B. Houge

Most of the suspension fork of a mountain bike has an air suspension system. It can set by rider weight, terrain type & rider riding style. To keep this fork air balance, you need a mountain bike shock pump. MTB shock pump is an essential tool/kit for every mountain biker. It was designed for setting the air pressure in air suspension forks. Before selecting a shock pump, you need to consider some things.

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How should a mountain bike shoe fit?

By Adam James

When you are riding along with the mountain and wanted to climb it then you must have been prepared for it and if it has to be with a bike then you should keep in mind that every sector should be taken carefully. You might have taken care of all cycling stuff and all of the necessary things you needed for that but you must take proper steps for your shoes. While you are using a mountain bike and you are roaming around it then your shoes are so much important there as it could bring the most safety for you.

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How to ride a mountain bike on the road?

By Adam James

One of my friends bought a mountain a few days ago. Though a mountain bike is to ride on an unparallel surface, he wanted to ride it on the road. He gave a try to ride his mountain bike on the road without knowing the proper way. Then what happened? He fell in a horrible injury and his bike was damaged entirely.

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Why fixed gear is your top choice for winter cycling

Isn’t it great, that feeling when you get up on a bike in the morning to get to work, or when you are looking forward to your regular outdoors workout? And what about now, when it can get a bit snowy outside?
Popularity and general interest of cycling naturally decrease during the winter months but no matter what opinion polls say, I say yes to cycling in the snow and I ride snow on my fixed gear bike. I am sure I’m not alone. Although sometimes I get pointed at, I still see other cyclists out on the road in the blaze, some on fixed gear bikes and the thought of me not being completely insane by myself sort of comforts me, but is it so?

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5 Maintenance Tips Your Bike Will Appreciate

If you want your bike to last for a longer time, it is crucial that you learn how to keep your bike in the right condition. With proper maintenance, you’re able to ride safe, comfortable, and enjoy the moments as you ride from one area to another. It also helps to increase the time between major services and elevates your riding experience. In the long-term, bike maintenance saves you money you could use in replacing the bike as well as time. In consideration to these, we look at the top 5 maintenance tips that your bicycle will appreciate.

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The solution to doping is to extend the blame beyond athletes

Doping in sport is widespread and shows little sign of abating. Athletes are dropping out of the Rio Olympics like flies. Maria Sharapova was banned for two years after testing positive for meldonium; a Romanian kayaking team failed their drug test, disqualifying them pending further investigations; and the International Olympic Committee announced that they could ban up to 31 athletes from competing because retests of their samples collected during the 2008 Beijing Olympics indicated the presence of banned substances. If the trend continues, the Rio Olympics could be the Olympics with the lowest number of delegations in recent history.

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Cycling at Night? Five Must-Have Tips You Need to Know

After I started cycling, I have come to realize that there are lots of benefits associated with this sport. Cycling typically combines physical exercise with being outdoors and exploring new views. Exercise, on the other hand, can have nearly endless positive impacts on your wellbeing. You can either ride alone, which gives you time to process your anxieties and worries. Ladies, it is also a great way to lose some extra calories.

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Tour de France Winner Groupsets, Year by Year

Tour de France is the world’s most popular and prestigious bicycle race. Wining “the Tour” is a great victory for cyclists, as well as groupset producers. Here are the Tour de France Winner Groupsets, since 1937, year by year:

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Giro d’Italia 2018 Stages and Route

Giro d’Italia 2018 route has been announced by RCS Sport, the organizer of the race. For the first time ever, a Grand Tour will start outside of Europe: Israel will host the first three stages of the Giro d’Italia 2018, beginning with an Individual Time Trial in Jerusalem on Friday, May 4. It will also be the 13th time that the Giro starts outside of Italy. The race will be finished in Rome with a final circuit stage on Sunday, May 27. There will be no team time trial (TTT) and limited opportunities for the sprinters in the 101st edition of the Italian grand tour.
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Monte Zoncolan

One of the most demanding climbs in professional road bicycle racing, Monte Zoncolan is a mountain in the Carnic Alps, located in the region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy. It has been used in the Giro d’Italia six times (2003, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2014, and 2018) and in the Giro Donne (Giro d’Italia Femminile, rebranded in 2013 as the Giro Rosa), once (1997).
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