Road bicycles, commonly known as bicycle racing, are bicycles designed for road riding and can be used in road cycling competitions. The road bicycles referred to here refer to road bicycles for competition, not bicycles suitable for asphalt roads in general (such as touring bikes, and folding bikes). A standard
When many riders buy bicycle bars for their bike, they will fall into trouble, not knowing which type of handlebar is suitable for them. The following is a brief introduction to the common types of handlebars on sports bicycles and their uses. Straight handle: 1. Straight handle: It is mostly
Women’s body shape and muscle composition are very different from men’s. Although not everyone meets these criteria, women are generally more flexible, weigh less, have lower elevations, have wider ischial tuberosities, narrow shoulders, shorter arms, and have a larger leg-to-torso ratio …and these all affect the setting of road bikes.
For some riders, the emphasis will be on water, calories, and protein, but for riders participating in the race, salt and sodium intake are also important. If we look at the timing of replenishment, what should we pay attention to before, during, and after riding? 1. Eat calories and protein
What we call carbon fiber is actually a composite material with carbon as the main material, and carbon fiber composite material is not the only material in bicycle frames, rims, and carbon bars. This is because the ultra-high rigidity of carbon fiber is a prerequisite for the process. When the
The main ingredient of the quintessential mountain bike, a trail frameset (also known as an all-mountain frameset) will take you on epic rides, memorable descents, and up laborious climbs. Modern trail bikes are dual-suspension machines with between 4 and 6 inches of travel, their geometry is playful enough to enjoy descents,