Remember how you learned to ride yourself? Remember how your knees were broken and thought that you could never master this science in your life? However, everything turned out to be not so difficult and the childhood experience is remembered with an involuntary smile on his lips.
The bicycle chamber is installed inside the tire and filled with air. The softness of the wheel depends on the amount of air inside the chamber (pressure). The higher the pressure, the stiffer the wheel and the less its resistance on the road, but the higher the vibration on the ground.
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The basic rules of cycling pedaling are approximately as follows. Pedals need to be turned, not crushed. Do not twist “slowly – but surely” a large gear – it is better to use a lower gear at high speeds with your working cadence (cadence). Try to ride in the saddle as much as possible (do not get up in vain) – this saves you energy. On prolonged lifts, do not strain your whole body – concentrate on the road, breathing and pedaling – but try to keep your body relaxed. Now consider all these rules in more detail.
Mountain biking is by far the most popular and common type of bike. This type is designed for driving on rough roads, in terrain with very rough terrain. The concept itself combines several subtypes that differ in purpose and design. Mountain biking is one of the most versatile types of bicycles, although it is best suited for driving outside asphalt highways.