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Bicycle Saftey Tips: How Much can you Safely Carry on a Bicycle?

Posted on: Thursday, March 14th, 2019

Using your bicycle as a primary mode of transportation will eventually require you to haul things. Whether it is only a few bags of groceries or even larger cargo, you’ll need to ensure the stability of your load as well as your safety. Knowing what your capacity is will help you prepare-here are some guidelines […]

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Bicycle Saftey: Choose the Right Size Bicycle

Posted on: Friday, March 8th, 2019

Bicycle saftey requires you to remain in control of your equipment at all times. That’s difficult to do if your model is either too big or too small. Choosing the right size two-wheeler is easy if you follow these tips. Based Largely on Height When choosing a road bike, start with the right size frame. […]

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How Effective Are Bicycle Lights in the Daytime?

Posted on: Friday, February 15th, 2019

Bicycle Saftey A cyclist concerned about safety wouldn’t dare go out after dark without their bicycle lights on, but there is still much debate on the use of lights during the daytime. On one side, there are those that say that bicycle lights during the day are a waste. The light, for the most part, […]

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Adjusting Your Bike For Optimum Bicycle Safety

Posted on: Thursday, January 17th, 2019

Bicycle Safety There are a lot of ways to stay safe on a bike. Wearing a helmet is a good start, but for all the things we know to do to stay safe, adjusting your bicycle sits firmly at the bottom of that list. Many will adjust their bicycles so that it sits them comfortable, […]

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3 Bike Maintenance Practices That Aren’t Really Helping Your Bike

Posted on: Friday, January 11th, 2019

Every cyclist knows that action needs to be taken to keep a bicycle working as it should. This seems important, especially if you bought into one of those very high-end bicycles that cost the same as a used car. However, some maintenance tasks are merely there to make the cyclist feel better and not so […]

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