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Someone can ride like a hack and basically get away with it!” I am  a mountain biker who was forced to give it up for reasons beyond my control, yet worked hard to maintain contact with riding, and was ultimately rewarded with a career in the sport that I loves. After all of those accomplishments and life experiences, I have an interesting outlook on the role mountain bikes play in my life today. “I exercised with all my friends who stay the same at mountain bike lover  for six years.

I used to express my feelings about what cycling can do for us in our life based on what I’ve experienced in my own. For me, it kept me going in the right direction. I always had my mind set on a goal, or towards a race, and I was always working towards something. I rarely had spare time on my hands, because I was always working towards a mountain-bike-related goal.

“Riding also keeps me extremely healthy. I look at the bad common habit of the people that they’re relatively unhealthy. I would tell those people to look at their grandparents, or maybe even parents, and then look at themselves and the potential cycling has to keep you in shape by doing this awesome thing. “Finally, it’s work ethic. because when this people on the pipe they looks like they are stomping a hole in the other riders’ souls.

Because if they’ve been at all successful by meeting the challenges and having the discipline it takes to get there, those skills translate to your everyday life. Through the work ethic that mountain biking instills, you know in your daily life you can tackle daily challenges in other aspects of your life and career.

Shimano XT pedalThere are three primary kinds of mountain bike pedals, Clipless, platform, and cage. Each kind has its position in the market, if you’re looking for new pedals or purchasing a bicycle, the bike pedals which you get could create a significant distinction in how you pedaling, and how your bike performances.

Means that, your mountain bike pedals create up possibly the most essential relationship between you and your mountain bike.

The regular Cross Country or all mountain rider, clipless bike pedals are normally a good option. With your clipless pedals, you fit your feet into position on your pedal. A fast part spinning of the feet produces the connectivity enabling you to get off the bike ride or put a feet down. Read more… »

how to fixing flats tire1. Remove the flat-stricken wheel  from your bike, then find and open the valve.

2. Brace the wheel as you hold open the valve and work your way around the tire with your other hand, squeezing as much air out as you can. As the tube is deflating, push the tire beads (A) off the rim shelves (B) toward the center and into the rim well (C).

3. Push the valve partially through the rim.

4. Using both hands—together, fingers facing away from you—grip the section of tire opposite the valve and lift the bike wheels  so  that its weight pulls down and makes lifting the bike wheels off easier. Pull (roll) the tire toward you, using your thumbs as levers to lift and push up on the tire. Leave your dominant hand in place to keep upward pressure on the tire and, with your other, work around the circumference, squeezing it to guide the beads toward the center of the rim. This creates slack in the tire, allowing you to rest the bike wheel on the ground and, with both hands at the top, lift, push and/or roll the tire over the side of the rim to remove it.

THINNER RIM STRIPS LEAVE MORE ROOM TO WORK, WHILE THICKER ONES INCREASE THE INNER-BIKE WHEELS DIAMETER AND MAKE THE JOB HARDER.

5. Take out the tube and run a balled-up glove along the inside of the tire, in both directions, to snag anything sharp that may have caused the flat. Remove the intruder.

6. Put one bead of the inspected tire back onto the wheel.

7. Inflate your new or re-paired tube just enough so It holds its shape. Carefully luck the tube inside the tire and onto the rim, making sure the valve sits straight in the valve hole.

8. With the loose tire bead facing up, use your thumbs to push about 4 inches of the bead, opposite the valve, onto the rim. Moving your hands in opposite directions, work your way around the bike wheels, installing the bead until your hands are 6 inches from the valve on either side or the tire starts to resist. If the tube slips out between the bead and the rim, tuck it back in.

9. Rest the bike wheels, at the mounted portion of the tire, on your knee for support. Use one hand to apply pressure on that part of the tire and the other to work your way around, squeezing it and pushing the beads toward the center (again, this creates slack and eases installation). Push up on the valve and let the air out of the tube to create even more slack. Using the heel of your hand, not your thumbs, coax the last part of the tire onto the rim.

10. Inflate the tire, reinstall the bike wheels and ride.

 
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Recreational cycling is perhaps the most satisfying way to get exercise, fresh air and improve your health compared to any other form of recreation. Getting there under your own power is rewarding. The views an experiences along the way are part of the world in which you live, instead of one you merely drive through