Cycling

      Cycling is a recreation, a sport, and a means of transport across land. It involves riding bicycles, unicycles, tricycles, and other human powered vehicles (HPVs). As a sport it is governed international by the Union Cyclist International in Switzerland (for upright bicycles) and by the International Human Powered Vehicle Association (for other HPVs).

      Cycling for transport and touring is promoted on a European level by the European Cyclists' Federation, and normal conferences are held under the auspices of Vela City, whereas global conferences are coordinated by Velo Mondial

Getting started

      Road bicycles choice in price from fifty dollars to thousands of dollars depending mostly on weight. The lightest bikes weigh around 15 lbs and are the most luxurious. For most, a good starting bike would be in the range of 18-22 lbs and would cost just under $1000.

      Common bike manufacturers for most skill levels include Trek, Cannon dale, Giant, Lemon, Specialized, Klein, Bianchi, and Fuji. Interested and more knowledgeable riders will also consider Lit speed, Merlin, Omega, and Airborne for nice Ti frames and Mercian and Roberts for Steel frames.

      Being sized for a bike and taking it for a test ride are both recommended before making a purchase. Most road bikes include clip fewer pedals in which special shoes attach to special pedals, which allows for the transfer of power to the bike all through the entire pedaling motion.

      The drive-train components of the bike should also be considered. A middle grade derailleur is most likely enough for a beginner. Also, unless a lot of serious climbing will be done, a double-crank (2 chain rings) front gear system will be enough in place of a triple-crank (3 chain rings) system.

      Biking accessories that some consider obliging include a lock, pump, gloves, cycling shorts (with pad), clips to hold wide trousers/slacks/jeans, cycling shoes, spare tubes, CO2 cartridges as a likely replacement for a portable tire pump, water bottle and water bottle cage and tire levers.

      Items that can be purchased afterward or omitted include gloves, full sized tire pump, multi-tool, bicycle computer, studded tires and degreaser. A bicycle helmet is obligatory in some legislation, particularly for children.

      Cycling is a reasonably low preservation transport form / hobby / sport and the beginner can learn much from bike shop personal. Many bike shops even hold complimentary maintenance classes. Inspection and maintenance of breaks is important.

Organized rides and races

       Many cycling clubs hold prearranged rides and races varying that bicyclists of all types compete in. The typical prearranged race/ride starts with a large group of riders. This will thin out over the route of the ride. Many riders choose to ride jointly in groups of the same skill level to take advantage of drafting practices.

      Most organized rides include list requirements and will provide information either through the mail or online concerning start times and other supplies. Rides usually consist of 25, 50 and 100 mile routes, each with a certain number of rest stops that usually contain refreshments, first aid and maintenance tools.

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