Buying A Bike Rack

Buying a Bike Rack: Six Things to Consider Buying a Bike Rack: Six Things to Consider By Samuel Maina Kang’aru 1. How Many Bikes Need to be Transported? There is a world of difference between a bachelor who plans to hit the trail every weekend and a businesswoman who has to transport a large number of bikes every day. The bachelor will probably be best served by a strap-on, trunk-mounted carrier, while the businesswoman will probably need a hitch-mounted rack or something more specialized. 2. Does the Rack Need to be Moved from One...

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Cycling for Weight Loss

Cycle Your Way To Weight Loss By Scott Haywood Of all the possible exercises there are to help you lose weight, cycling is one of the best. If you want to lose weight and are looking for the perfect exercise, or if you’re looking for a great calorie burning exercise to add to your exercise repertoire, this article is for you. We’ll tell you why cycling is so great and what it can do for you, what you’ll need to get started and provide helpful hints that will help you to cycle effectively and safely for the rest of your life....

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Building Endurance

How To Build Base Endurance: The Best Methods To Build Base Endurance To Keep You Going Season Long By Pav Bryan Whether you are a road racer going long miles in the saddle, a time-trial rider who might only ride up to 25 mile races, or a sportive rider who rides for the fun and thrill rather than the element of competition, you will need to establish a firm base endurance to ensure your body is able to cope with the stresses of riding long distances or even hard short distances but multiple times a week for weeks at end. Typically the period...

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Bike Rack Tips

Advantages and Disadvantages of the Main Types of Bike Racks in the Market   Advantages and Disadvantages of the Main Types of Bike Racks in the Market By Samuel Maina Kang’aru There are three main types of bike carriers; hitch mounted, strap on and roof mounted. Each comes with its own set of advantages and disadvantages. Hitch-mounted racks These attach to a hitch at the back of the vehicle. There are two types. • Class I carriers are compatible with a large number of cars and small Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs). Depending on...

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