The experience of graduating from training wheels is a rite of passage for almost every child. For parents, though, it can seem like a daunting task. ‘Will they fall? I don’t want them to get hurt!’ These are common worries but teaching little ones to transition from training wheels or balance bikes to a regular bicycle doesn’t have to be hard or filled with tears and scraped knees. If you follow the simple tips below, your kid will ride solo in no time.
Information from Bay Area Bicycles
Whatever your reason for cycling, be it professionally, for leisure or to stay in shape, there’s more that goes into the sport than just purchasing the bike. The right equipment can help you maximize your potential and get the most out of your cycling experience. Having the right accessories is less about looking cool and more about keeping yourself and others on the road safe.
Whether you ride to work every day or race professionally on weekends, serious riders know having a bike that fits your body is important.
When it comes to truly making sure you have a safe ride, the first place you should look is your bike.
When it comes to enjoying your bicycle, whether you’re racing or just going out for a sunset ride, making sure it’s safe to hit the road is key. Thankfully, though, you don’t have to take your bike to a professional shop every time you want to go for a ride. With a few at-home tune-ups, you can ensure that your bicycle is safe and steady. Below are three quick do-it-yourself tips and tricks to get your bike ready for the road.
When it comes to riding your bicycle on busy roads or bumpy trails, making sure that you keep your wits about you is only half the battle to staying safe. Your bike could be hiding any number of issues that might lead to an accident or leave you stranded far from home.
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