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8 Tips for Beginner Cyclists

8 Tips for Beginner Cyclists

8 Tips for Beginner Cyclists

There are millions of Americans who ride bikes and those numbers are increasing all the time. With more and more riders on the trails and roads, these tips for beginner cyclists will help you ride better and safer.

1. Protect your head. lways wear a helmet when riding and make sure your kids do as well. Many states have bike helmet laws, but you should always wear one even if you don't have too.

2. Don't pedal in high gear for extended periods of time. You want to try and keep your cadence between 70 and 90 rpm's. a high gear it puts added strain on you knees.

3. Get a proper bike fit. Having your bike set up to fit your body will make riding much easier, more efficient and cause you much less pain and soreness during and after the ride.

4. Get the right saddle. Getting the right saddle will make a huge difference when riding. Don't think the thickest padding will give you the most comfortable ride. A longer seat with a cutout will generally be the best type of saddle.

5. Change position while riding. Move your hands around on the bars, and move your rear end around on the saddle. This will keep your hands, arms and rear from getting numb due to prolonged time in a given position.

6. Know the rules. Ride with traffic and obey all road signs. Closely watch all cars in front of you so you can try to anticipate what they are going to do.

7. Keep your head up. Look out in front far enough ahead so you can react to any obstacles in the road or on the shoulder in front of you.  

8. Use your gears. when you in muddy road, or in the steep road, you can communicate with your friends with a walkie talkie for bike, so that you can knowledge the conditions of the road, RT22 samll and portable walkie talkie, when you are riding the bike, vox function useful, not press the PTT.

If you follow these tips you will have a better, safer and more enjoyable time on your bike.

 retevis RT22,  walkie talkie for bike

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