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  • How To Choose The Proper Cycling Shoes For You  By : Gregg Hall
    Once you've decided how much you want to spend, you need to focus on the kind of riding you intend to do. Will you be riding a road bike, mountain bike, or a BMX/freestyle bike? Are you looking to race or to just do your own thing and get some exercise in the process?
  • A Veritable Gastro-Cycling Paradise Ė The Loire Valley  By : Corina Clemence
    Envisage a land of mile after mile of nearly flat bike routes that gently sluice across a fertile river valley irrigating some of the world's finest acclaimed vineyards. Picture enchanting renaissance chateaux, charming villages, and sun-flower-filled hillsides. Then, combine all this with cuisine that would make even the most seasoned chef salivate. The few drivers you encounter are courteous and pleasant showing an admiration for the cyclist. Do you know where you are? This is not fantasyland - it is the scenic Loire Valley.
  • Seven Mistakes Cyclists Make  By : Colin Johnson
    The Tour De France seems to capture the imagination of an increasing number every year and results in more and more fitness and health conscious folk dusting off their cycles and hitting the streets. For the enthusiast, expert or novice, there are a number of points to consider and act upon before embarking on your adventures. Ignorance is not bliss. Absorb all the advice you can get before heading off and having fun.
  • Better Health and Environment Through Cycling  By : Ben Anton
    The benefits of cycling as a means of transportation and sport are numerous - improved health, lower costs, lower pollution.
  • Touring Bicycles Overview  By : Celeste Izon
    Traveling on a bicycle is one of the best ways to fully appreciate the glorious countryside. When you have a good quality touring bicycle, some basic travel necessities and a lot of energy, you'll begin to see the world in a whole new way.
  • Have Fun and Stay Fit on a Mountain Bike  By : Abbott Tearce
    When you want to get the wheels in motion and take on the best Nature can throw at you, grab a mountain bike and head for the hills.
  • LED Flashlights: Better Bicycle Illumination  By : Ben Anton
    This article describes the purposes of a bicycle light or torch and the types available (strobing, biker power chip, bike backlight) for any bicyclist.
  • Why To Read Mountain Bike Reviews?  By : bikedan bikedan
    The Need To Wear proper gear while rock climbing

    Mountain biking and rock climbing are two sports that make the adrenaline rush in an adventure lovers body. One needs to use specific accessories for both these sports and since the market is filled with various rock climbing shoes and mountain bikes, one need to take his pick cautiously. Using the proper accessory reduces the hiccups associated with the sports.
  • Bike Trailers - A Different Perspective To Child Bonding  By : Lisa M Andrews
    Have A Child & Couldn't Find Time For Biking Now? Find Out How A Bike Trailer Rekindled This Young Parent's Love For Biking
  • Schedule Your Own Bike Race and Cycling Event  By : Erica Ondale
    Cycling is a great way to have a lot of fun and keep in shape. Taking part in a cycling event can be lots of fun as well, because you can get a sense of community and closeness with your fellow cyclists. It's also a great way to challenge yourself as you'll likely be competing with It other cyclists who have a higher level of skill than you do.
  • A Guide To Group Riding  By : Art Penz
    While some sports are more solitary in nature, it is common to see cyclists riding in a pack. For safety, companionship, and encouragement purposes, cyclists enjoy the company of their peers.
  • Installing A New Saddle  By : Art Penz
    With the excitement of trying a new saddle donít overlook the chance to increase the joy of that first ride. Take a moment before you remove your current saddle and follow these easy steps to drastically reduce setup time.
  • Breaking In Tires And Brake Pads  By : Art Penz
    It is not recommended that you race or ride unusually aggressively on a new set of tires. Riding 60 to 70 miles on a set of new tires will help to wear off the protective coating exposing the sticker compound below.
  • Caring For Swiss Stop Pads  By : Art Penz
    Swiss Stop brake pads are different than standard brake pads. Their complex compound requires slightly different servicing and installation to ensure top performance.
  • To Rotate Or Not to Rotate  By : Art Penz
    Most cyclists rotate their tires once they realize the rear tire is starting to wear down. This is often after many miles on the tire and when a visible flat spot has formed.
  • Continental Grand Prix 4000 Bike Tire  By : Art Penz
    The Continental Grand Prix 4000 has taken that successful design and redefined how a racing tire should ride. The most notable change is the addition of Vectran which is an industry first. This allows for a lower weight, reduced rolling resistance, and increased tread strength.
  • Look Keo Carbon Pedals Review And Highlights  By : Art Penz
    The Look Keo Carbon pedal embodies the perfect balance between weight and performance. Twenty years ago when Look first invented the clip less pedal it then too was the benchmark for all others that followed.
  • How to Replace Your Handlebar Stem  By : Art Penz
    If our bicycle needs some minor repairs and replacements, you can easily do it yourself, as they are often not very complicated. One such thing is replacing the handlebar stem.
  • SwissStop Performance Yellow King Brake Pads Review and Highlights  By : Art Penz
    SwissStop has developed the ultimate brake pad for carbon wheels the Yellow King. Their unique compound allows for unprecedented performance on carbon braking surfaces.
  • AX-Lightness Saddle Line Review  By : Art Penz
    The AX-Lightness Apollo has a very traditional bike saddle shape and benefits from a center grove that starts just behind the nose of the saddle and runs to the split in the rear. This grove helps reduce perennial pressure and numbness while improving blood flow. Only the Apollo has this feature.
  • AX-Lightness Seatpost Review  By : Art Penz
    Where less is more the AX-Lightness Europa Carbon Seatpost is more. It might very well be the lightest post you'll own. In either the 27.2 or 31.6 diameter the post weighs just over 100 grams.
  • Kawasaki Ninja 650R - Middleweight Bike, Heavyweight Fun  By : CameronMartel
    Yet the Ninja 650R, with it's sexy bodywork and comfortable riding position, can do all of those things. The riders of this bike, the lucky few who truly cherish it for what it is, know a joy that some people will spend their whole lives trying to attain.
  • Three Great Reasons To Buy A Mountain Bike  By : Robert Thomson
    Even if you have no desire to climb mountains, a mountain bike can be a great investment. Mountain bikes are tough.
    The gloves used in the sports of racing over bumpy ground on specially strengthened motorcycles are called motor cross gloves or MX gloves.
  • Motorcycling leather suits  By : Faport
    Motorcycle protection apparel is always a must. This also includes motorcycle suits as well.
  • F1 Team Pictures  By : kumawat
    Thanks for checking out the Bnspictures picture section. We plan on using this section to showcase some of the cars and events that take place at PAS. It will be updated as we get new shots, so check back frequently. We will have shots of cars on the Dyno, Cool Cars that show up, and Historical Cars that we think you may be interested in seeing!
  • Is A Motorcycle Helmet Really Enough To Protect You?  By : Robert Thomson
    Most states have laws on the books that enforce wearing a...
  • All About Mountain Bike Tires  By : Dorian Leston
    There are materially two types of tyre for bicycles, well-known in many mountain bike tires reviews as 'clincher' and 'tubular'. We'll get the tubular ones out of the way firstly because materially you won't come across them often.
  • How important is the material used to make a BMX frame?  By : Brigette Federico
    A BMX frame size determines whether the bike is suitable for individuals of a certain height. Attention is also paid to the material used in the construction of a BMX frame. Users of vert and freestyle bikes often strive for the lightest possible BMX frame without sacrificing strength. Aluminium is simply too weak for the physical pressures of vert and freestyle bikes, whilst standard high tensile steel is considered too heavy.
  • Rui Goncalves Confirms His Return to the Honda World Motocross Team  By : Robert Thomson
    Again, Honda World Motocross will face their final competitive match before the MX1 World Championship starts in Sevlievo, Bulgaria on April 9 to 10. After racing in the last round of the Italian Championship, Evgeny Bobryshev and Rui Goncalves will now build a momentum that will surely carry over to the beginning of their campaign for the 2011 World Championship.
    Evgeny Borbryshev is already familiar with the new Honda 450R because of his experience in 2010 when he raced for the CAS Honda team. He used his remarkable form from pre-season to last season preparations and scored an excellent win in Faenza. As Rui Goncalves joined the Honda World Motocross team, it represented his return to the manufacturer he used to race for during the early years of his career. This season will be his first time riding 450cc machines for the MX1 championship campaign.

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