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Newton’s 3 Laws, with a bicycle – Joshua Manley

Newton’s 3 Laws, with a bicycle – Joshua Manley

Have you ever noticed that it’s harder to start pedaling your bicycle than it is to ride at a constant speed? Or wondered what causes your bicycle to move? Or thought about why it goes forward instead of backwards or sideways? Perhaps not, and you wouldn’t be alone. It wasn’t until the 17th century that […]

Hybrid Cycling Technology: Smart, Natural, Powerful | Giant Bicycles

Hybrid Cycling Technology: Smart, Natural, Powerful | Giant Bicycles

Hybrid Cycling Technology is the body and the brain that powers Giant and Liv E-bikes. It’s a technology that includes the RideControl unit, an EnergyPak battery, and the SyncDrive motor. Hybrid Cycling Technology uses advanced algorithms to match electric power with your own power to produce a natural riding experience. SyncDrive motors automatically detect your […]

How To Corner Like A Pro – Road Cycling

Riding a road bike fast feels great, but cornering fast is arguably the best feeling of all. Here is the correct technique When approaching a corner you need to gauge how much speed you’ll be able to carry through it. The factors that dictate this are how sharp the corner is how, wide the road […]

How to Bunnyhop a MTB – a tutorial

How to Bunnyhop a MTB – a tutorial

In mountain biking, the act of hopping one’s bike is called a bunnyhop. The particular technique shown here is known is an American bunnyhop, but to me hopping is hopping. Learning to hop or learning to hop higher may be one of your priorities. It allows you to more easily get over obstacles, change the […]

Cycling tips for beginners: Part four

Cycling tips for beginners: Part four

So, in addition to stretching out all the muscles of your legs, foam rollers can be really useful in just releasing some of the tension in particularly the front of your legs. The easiest thing to do is lie on your foam roller and just roll forwards and backwards making sure you’re getting all angles […]

How To Bunny Hop A Bike | GCN’s Pro Cycling Tips

– The ability to bunny hop is not exactly crucial for us, as road cyclists, but there is no doubt, that on occasion, that skill can get you out of some serious trouble. And there’s also the fact that if you need to negotiate a curb on the way to a cafe stop, it gives […]

How to fit a bicycle helmet and other bike safety tips

Hi, I’m Ronda with Safe Kids, and this is Ben. Today we’re going talk about bicycle helmets and the importance of wearing one each and every time you’re on a bicycle. Bicycle helmets can reduce your risk of severe brain injury by about 88 percent, but only if you wear it. So remember, each and […]

Clipless Pedals – Buying your first Mountain Bike for Beginners #4

mountain biking for beginners part four cloudless petals contrary to the name clip list petals allow you to connect your shoes directly to the bipedal an alternative to this would be toke lips or straps uh… benefits to put those panels is simple with the issue capture the pedal you can use your hamstrings to […]

6 Mistakes To Avoid With Clip In Pedals | MTB Skills

– If you are new to mountain biking and thinking about switching to clipless pedals, or clipless as I call them. You can get stuck making a few simple mistakes. So this is the top six mistakes you’ll want to avoid when using clipless pedals. (grunt) (boom) Getting stuck in the pedals is something that […]