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Double-blind intervention trial on modulation of ozone effects on pulmonary function by antioxidant supplements. (1/1075)

The aim of this study was to investigate whether the acute effects of ozone on lung function could be modulated by antioxidant vitamin supplementation in a placebo-controlled study. Lung function was measured in Dutch bicyclists (n = 38) before and after each training session on a number of occasions (n = 380) during the summer of 1996. The vitamin group (n = 20) received 100 mg of vitamin E and 500 mg of vitamin C daily for 15 weeks. The average ozone concentration during exercise was 77 microg/m3 (range, 14-186 microg/m3). After exclusion of subjects with insufficient compliance from the analysis, a difference in ozone exposure of 100 microg/m3 decreased forced expiratory volume in 1 second (FEV1) 95 ml (95% confidence interval (CI) -265 to -53) in the placebo group and 1 ml (95% CI -94 to 132) in the vitamin group; for forced vital capacity, the change was -125 ml (95% CI -384 to -36) in the placebo group and -42 ml (95% CI -130 to 35) in the vitamin group. The differences in ozone effect on lung function between the groups were statistically significant. The results suggest that supplementation with the antioxidant vitamins C and E confers partial protection against the acute effects of ozone on FEV1 and forced vital capacity in cyclists.  (+info)

Heart rate during exercise with leg vascular occlusion in spinal cord-injured humans. (2/1075)

Feed-forward and feedback mechanisms are both important for control of the heart rate response to muscular exercise, but their origin and relative importance remain inadequately understood. To evaluate whether humoral mechanisms are of importance, the heart rate response to electrically induced cycling was studied in participants with spinal cord injury (SCI) and compared with that elicited during volitional cycling in able-bodied persons (C). During voluntary exercise at an oxygen uptake of approximately 1 l/min, heart rate increased from 66 +/- 4 to 86 +/- 4 (SE) beats/min in seven C, and during electrically induced exercise at a similar oxygen uptake in SCI it increased from 73 +/- 3 to 110 +/- 8 beats/min. In contrast, blood pressure increased only in C (from 88 +/- 3 to 99 +/- 4 mmHg), confirming that, during exercise, blood pressure control is dominated by peripheral neural feedback mechanisms. With vascular occlusion of the legs, the exercise-induced increase in heart rate was reduced or even eliminated in the electrically stimulated SCI. For C, heart rate tended to be lower than during exercise with free circulation to the legs. Release of the cuff elevated heart rate only in SCI. These data suggest that humoral feedback is of importance for the heart rate response to exercise and especially so when influence from the central nervous system and peripheral neural feedback from the working muscles are impaired or eliminated during electrically induced exercise in individuals with SCI.  (+info)

Effect of ambient temperature on human skeletal muscle metabolism during fatiguing submaximal exercise. (3/1075)

To examine the effect of ambient temperature on metabolism during fatiguing submaximal exercise, eight men cycled to exhaustion at a workload requiring 70% peak pulmonary oxygen uptake on three separate occasions, at least 1 wk apart. These trials were conducted in ambient temperatures of 3 degrees C (CT), 20 degrees C (NT), and 40 degrees C (HT). Although no differences in muscle or rectal temperature were observed before exercise, both muscle and rectal temperature were higher (P < 0.05) at fatigue in HT compared with CT and NT. Exercise time was longer in CT compared with NT, which, in turn, was longer compared with HT (85 +/- 8 vs. 60 +/- 11 vs. 30 +/- 3 min, respectively; P < 0.05). Plasma epinephrine concentration was not different at rest or at the point of fatigue when the three trials were compared, but concentrations of this hormone were higher (P < 0.05) when HT was compared with NT, which in turn was higher (P < 0.05) compared with CT after 20 min of exercise. Muscle glycogen concentration was not different at rest when the three trials were compared but was higher at fatigue in HT compared with NT and CT, which were not different (299 +/- 33 vs. 153 +/- 27 and 116 +/- 28 mmol/kg dry wt, respectively; P < 0.01). Intramuscular lactate concentration was not different at rest when the three trials were compared but was higher (P < 0.05) at fatigue in HT compared with CT. No differences in the concentration of the total intramuscular adenine nucleotide pool (ATP + ADP + AMP), phosphocreatine, or creatine were observed before or after exercise when the trials were compared. Although intramuscular IMP concentrations were not statistically different before or after exercise when the three trials were compared, there was an exercise-induced increase (P < 0.01) in IMP. These results demonstrate that fatigue during prolonged exercise in hot conditions is not related to carbohydrate availability. Furthermore, the increased endurance in CT compared with NT is probably due to a reduced glycogenolytic rate.  (+info)

Evidence of O2 supply-dependent VO2 max in the exercise-trained human quadriceps. (4/1075)

Maximal O2 delivery and O2 uptake (VO2) per 100 g of active muscle mass are far greater during knee extensor (KE) than during cycle exercise: 73 and 60 ml. min-1. 100 g-1 (2.4 kg of muscle) (R. S. Richardson, D. R. Knight, D. C. Poole, S. S. Kurdak, M. C. Hogan, B. Grassi, and P. D. Wagner. Am. J. Physiol. 268 (Heart Circ. Physiol. 37): H1453-H1461, 1995) and 28 and 25 ml. min-1. 100 g-1 (7.5 kg of muscle) (D. R. Knight, W. Schaffartzik, H. J. Guy, R. Predilleto, M. C. Hogan, and P. D. Wagner. J. Appl. Physiol. 75: 2586-2593, 1993), respectively. Although this is evidence of muscle O2 supply dependence in itself, it raises the following question: With such high O2 delivery in KE, are the quadriceps still O2 supply dependent at maximal exercise? To answer this question, seven trained subjects performed maximum KE exercise in hypoxia [0.12 inspired O2 fraction (FIO2)], normoxia (0.21 FIO2), and hyperoxia (1.0 FIO2) in a balanced order. The protocol (after warm-up) was a square wave to a previously determined maximum work rate followed by incremental stages to ensure that a true maximum was achieved under each condition. Direct measures of arterial and venous blood O2 concentration in combination with a thermodilution blood flow technique allowed the determination of O2 delivery and muscle VO2. Maximal O2 delivery increased with inspired O2: 1.3 +/- 0.1, 1.6 +/- 0.2, and 1.9 +/- 0.2 l/min at 0.12, 0.21, and 1.0 FIO2, respectively (P < 0.05). Maximal work rate was affected by variations in inspired O2 (-25 and +14% at 0.12 and 1.0 FIO2, respectively, compared with normoxia, P < 0.05) as was maximal VO2 (VO2 max): 1.04 +/- 0.13, 1. 24 +/- 0.16, and 1.45 +/- 0.19 l/min at 0.12, 0.21, and 1.0 FIO2, respectively (P < 0.05). Calculated mean capillary PO2 also varied with FIO2 (28.3 +/- 1.0, 34.8 +/- 2.0, and 40.7 +/- 1.9 Torr at 0.12, 0.21, and 1.0 FIO2, respectively, P < 0.05) and was proportionally related to changes in VO2 max, supporting our previous finding that a decrease in O2 supply will proportionately decrease muscle VO2 max. As even in the isolated quadriceps (where normoxic O2 delivery is the highest recorded in humans) an increase in O2 supply by hyperoxia allows the achievement of a greater VO2 max, we conclude that, in normoxic conditions of isolated KE exercise, KE VO2 max in trained subjects is not limited by mitochondrial metabolic rate but, rather, by O2 supply.  (+info)

Pyruvate dehydrogenase activation in inactive muscle during and after maximal exercise in men. (5/1075)

Pyruvate dehydrogenase activity (PDHa) and acetyl-group accumulation were examined in the inactive deltoid muscle in response to maximal leg exercise in men. Seven subjects completed three consecutive 30-s bouts of maximal isokinetic cycling, with 4-min rest intervals between bouts. Biopsies of the deltoid were obtained before exercise, after bouts 1 and 3, and after 15 min of rest recovery. Inactive muscle lactate (LA) and pyruvate (PYR) contents increased more than twofold (P < 0.05) after exercise (bout 3) and remained elevated after 15 min of recovery (P < 0.05). Increased PYR accumulation secondary to LA uptake by the inactive deltoid was associated with greater PDHa, which progressively increased from 0.71 +/- 0.23 mmol. min-1. kg wet wt-1 at rest to a maximum of 1.83 +/- 0.30 mmol. min-1. kg wet wt-1 after bout 3 (P < 0.05) and remained elevated after 15 min of recovery (1.63 +/- 0.24 mmol. min-1. kg wet wt-1; P < 0.05). Acetyl-CoA and acetylcarnitine accumulations were unaltered. Increased PDHa allowed and did not limit the oxidation of LA and PYR in inactive human skeletal muscle after maximal exercise.  (+info)

High-resistance training and muscle metabolism during prolonged exercise. (6/1075)

To investigate the hypothesis that changes in muscle submaximal exercise metabolism would occur as a result of fiber hypertrophy, induced by high-resistance training (HRT), active but untrained males (age 20 +/- 0.7 yr; mean +/- SE) performed lower-limb weight training 3 days/wk for 12 wk using three sets of 6-8 repetitions maximal (RM)/day. Muscle metabolism was examined at different stages of training (4, 7, and 12 wk) using a two-stage continuous cycle test performed at the same absolute power output and duration (56.4 +/- 2.9 min) and representing 57 and 72% of pretraining peak aerobic power (VO2 peak). Compared with pretraining, at the end of exercise, HRT resulted in a higher (P < 0.05) phosphocreatine (PCr; 27.4 +/- 6. 7 vs. 38.0 +/- 1.9 mmol/kg dry wt), a lower lactate (38.9 +/- 8.5 vs. 24.4 +/- 6.1 mmol/kg dry wt), and a higher (P < 0.05) glycogen content (132 +/- 11 vs. 181 +/- 7.5 mmol glucosyl units/kg dry wt). The percent change from rest before and after training was 63 and 50% for PCr, 676 and 410% for lactate, and 60 and 43% for glycogen, respectively. These adaptations, which were observed only at 72% VO2 peak, occurred by 4 wk of training in the case of PCr and glycogen and before any changes in fiber cross-sectional area, capillarization, or oxidative potential. Fiber hypertrophy, observed at 7 and 12 wk of training, failed to potentiate the metabolic response. No effect of HRT was found on VO2 peak with training (41.2 +/- 2.9 vs. 41.0 +/- 2.1 ml. kg-1. min-1) or on the steady-state, submaximal exercise rate of oxygen consumption. It is concluded that the HRT results in muscle metabolic adaptations that occur independently of fiber hypertrophy.  (+info)

Peripheral muscle ergoreceptors and ventilatory response during exercise recovery in heart failure. (7/1075)

Recent studies have suggested that the increased ventilatory response during exercise in patients with chronic heart failure was related to the activation of muscle metaboreceptors. To address this issue, 23 patients with heart failure and 7 normal subjects performed arm and leg bicycle exercises with and without cuff inflation around the arms or the thighs during recovery. Obstruction slightly reduced ventilation and gas exchange variables at recovery but did not change the kinetics of recovery of these parameters compared with nonobstructed recovery: half-time of ventilation recovery was 175 +/- 54 to 176 +/- 40 s in patients and 155 +/- 66 to 127 +/- 13 s in controls (P < 0.05, patients vs. controls, not significant within each group from baseline to obstructed recovery). We conclude that muscle metaboreceptor activation does not seem to play a role in the exertion hyperventilation of patients with heart failure.  (+info)

Breathing patterns during slow and fast ramp exercise in man. (8/1075)

Breathing frequency (fb), tidal volume (VT), and respiratory timing during slow (SR, 8 W min-1) and fast (FR, 65 W min-1) ramp exercise to exhaustion on a cycle ergometer was examined in seven healthy male subjects. Expiratory ventilation (VE), pulmonary gas exchange (VO2 and VCO2) and end-tidal gas tensions (PET,O2 and PET,CO2) were determined using breath-by-breath techniques. Arterialized venous blood was sampled from a dorsal hand vein at 2 min intervals during SR and 30 s intervals during FR and analysed for arterial plasma PCO2 (PaCO2). PET,CO2 increased with increasing work rates (WRs) below the ventilatory threshold (VT); at WRs > or = 90% VO2,max, PET,CO2 was reduced (P < 0.05) below 0 W values in SR but not in FR.fb and VT were similar for SR and FR at all submaximal WRs, resulting in a similar VE. At exhaustion VE was similar but fb was higher (P < 0.05) and VT was lower (P < 0.05) in SR (fb, 51 +/- 10 breaths min-1; VT, 2590 +/- 590 ml) than in FR (fb, 42 +/- 8 breaths min-1; VT, 3050 +/- 470 ml). The time of expiration (TE) decreased with increasing WR, but there was no difference between SR and FR. The time of inspiration (TI) decreased at exercise intensities > or = VT; at exhaustion, TI was shorter (P < 0.05) during SR (0.512 +/- 0.097 s) than during FR (0.753 +/- 0.100 s). The TI to total breath duration (TI/TTot) and the inspiratory flow (VT/TI) were similar during SR and FR at all submaximal exercise intensities; at VO2,max, TI/TTot was lower (P < 0.05) and VT/TI was higher (P < 0.05) during SR (TI/TTot, 0.473 +/- 0.030; VT/TI, 5.092 +/- 0.377 l s-1) than during FR (TI/TTot, 0.567 +/- 0.050; VT/TI, 4.117 +/- 0.635 l s-1). These results suggest that during progressive exercise, breathing pattern and respiratory timing may be determined, at least at submaximal work rates, independently of alveolar and arterial PCO2.  (+info)

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Bicycle accidents have become the most common cause of serious injury in the traffic during the last couple of years in Sweden. The objective of this study was to investigate the effect of the input variables, initial velocity and head orientation, of a bicycle accident reconstruction on the strain levels in the brain using a detailed FE head model. The accident involved a non-helmeted 68 year old male who sustained a linear skull fracture, contusions, acute subdural hematoma, and small bleeding at the swelling (subarachnoid blood). The orientation of the head just before impact was determined from the swelling appearing in the computer tomography (CT) scans. The head model used in this study was developed at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. The stress in the cranial bone, first principal strain in the brain tissue and acceleration were determined. The model was able to predict a strain pattern that correlated well with the medical images from the victim. The variation study ...
Carbohydrate mouth rinsing during exercise has been suggested to enhance performance of short (45-60 min) bouts of high-intensity (,75% VO2peak) exercise. Recent studies indicate that this performance enhancing effect may be dependent on the prandial state of the athlete. The purpose of this study was to define the impact of a carbohydrate mouth rinse on ~1-hr time trial performance in both the fasted and fed states. Using a double-blind, crossover design, 14 trained male cyclists (27 ± 6 years; 5.0 ± 0.5 W·kg−1) were selected to perform 4 time trials of ~1 hr (1,032 ± 127 kJ) on a cycle ergometer while rinsing their mouths with a 6.4% sucrose solution (SUC) or a noncaloric sweetened placebo (PLA) for 5 s at the start and at every 12.5% of their set amount of work completed. Two trials were performed in an overnight fasted state and two trials were performed 2 h after consuming a standardized breakfast. Performance time did not differ between any of the trials (fasted-PLA: 68.6 ± 7.2; ...
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Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa broke his elbow in a bicycle accident Saturday evening, a spokesman said. The mayor was riding in the bicycle lane on Venice Boulevard in Mid-City at about 6:50 p.m. when a taxi abruptly pulled in front of him. The mayor hit his brakes and fell off the bike. He was transported to Ronald Reagan/UCLA Medical Center, where he was treated for the broken bone. By 10 p.m. he had been released and was resting comfortably at Getty House, the mayors official residence. The mayors accident comes as bicyclists in the city have increasingly been complaining about safety issues and pressing city officials to do more to make cycling safe. Bicycle advocates have called for more dedicated bike lanes and appeared repeatedly before the City Council to argue that a specific share of funds from Measure R, the 2008 sales tax for transportation projects, should be set aside for bicycle- and pedestrian-related initiatives. Bicycle activist Stephen Box filled out paperwork last ...
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During each pedal stroke, the knee goes through a revolution of both flexion and extension. Onset of knee pain is often coupled with overuse and exacerbated by overflexing the knee while applying a great amount of power. For example, at a minimum, a typical competitive amateur road cyclist trains at least 3 hours a ride, 5 days a week. Again, this is a minimum: Professional cyclists typically train 6 hours a day, 5 or 6 days a week.. Each week, therefore, a typical competitive amateur cyclist is on the bicycle 15 hours (3 hours × 5 days a week). When this cyclist is pedaling, cadence is typically 90 revolutions a minute. Each training ride, this cyclists knees are completing a full rotation of the crankset 16,200 times (90 × 60 × 3); each week, 81,000 revolutions; each year, 4,212,000 revolutions. If the knee is even slightly out of adjustment, the resulting pain can be severe and become chronic.. As the angle of knee flexion (KF) increases, the patella translates superiorly, increasing ...
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Hill running interval sessions improve 5km time trial performance. The improved 5km time trial performance occurred following 6-weeks of high intensity hill running intervals.
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The drivetrain begins with pedals which rotate the cranks, which are held in axis by the bottom bracket. Most bicycles use a chain to transmit power to the rear wheel. A very small number of bicycles use a shaft drive to transmit power, or special belts. Hydraulic bicycle transmissions have been built, but they are currently inefficient and complex. Since cyclists legs are most efficient over a narrow range of pedaling speeds, or cadence, a variable gear ratio helps a cyclist to maintain an optimum pedalling speed while covering varied terrain. Some, mainly utility, bicycles use hub gears with between 3 and 14 ratios, but most use the generally more efficient dérailleur system, by which the chain is moved between different cogs called chainrings and sprockets in order to select a ratio. A dérailleur system normally has two dérailleurs, or mechs, one at the front to select the chainring and another at the back to select the sprocket. Most bikes have two or three chainrings, and from 5 to 11 ...
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Here on the island, we have a network of bike trails - and again, we have these folks who insist that they are "too serious" to ride on them, but instead drive to our island to ride their expensive road bikes on our shoulder-less roads. When you try to pass them in your car, they intentionally veer out into the lane, to "prove their point" that they are entitled to a lane. And they give you nasty looks if you do pass. What is the point of that? They would prefer to have a line of cars behind them, all trying to pass? I fail to grasp the point of it ...
In addition to these bedrock benefits of intensity, hard riding carries numerous other advantages for road cyclists, who all too often ride at the same, steady pace on nearly every ride.. Greater choices of rides. Hard riding improves your power. Even if you ride just for good health, more power increases the choices of routes for your rides. You can add longer, hillier, harder routes and rides to your repertoire.. More pedaling economy. Hard riding improves your economy, how fast you can go at a given heart rate. This allows you to do longer and/or harder recreational rides.. More speed. Because hard riding improves your power, it also improves your speed so that you can keep up with - and maybe even drop - younger riders on club and group rides. Or just increase your cruising speed so you can cover more distance in the same amount of time.. More fun. Remember what it was like as a kid to just hop on your bike and ride for the fun of it? By riding differently from day to day, using intensity to ...
Editors Note: Heres the long-awaited third installment to my series on Floyd Landis and his epic Tour de France and subsequent doping controversy. While I dont claim to have all the answers, I do have a unique perspective that is based in part upon my career as a professional cyclist and in part upon my education and work in biochemistry and exercise science. If youre just finding this article for the first time, you might want to read Part I and Part II first. You might also find my views on pharmacological sport performance enhancement interesting or amusing. That post is here.. In part two we talked a bit about doping in cycling and how it is a systematic program and not a fly-by-the-seat of your pants (or fly with the help of a needle more accurately) athlete-as-physician circus act such as the press and the sports governing bodies would like to, and would also like the public to believe. We discussed the stage and how hard the GC contenders had to go on the final climb and finally we ...
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Let me introduce our latest recruit to the triathlon team, Dave Mawhinney. I have raced alongside Dave since 2004 and we even did our first Ironman together in Nice, France. Whilst I like to race all triathlon distances, Dave has concentrated on Ironman racing and accomplished his long term goal of racing the world championships at the ironman distance in Hawaii last year. Not content with completing Hawaii last year, he managed to qualify again this year by winning his age group at Ironman UK (to put this in perspective, a recent article in triathletes world stated that 80,000 triathletes try to qualify for this iconic race). This is his first race report for TORQ and we hope you enjoy it. ...
Orlando, FL - February, 2016 - Individuals who engage intense physical activities, such as triathletes, often have a higher level of nutritional needs. This is why they need to practice a healthy diet and lifestyle. They may also consider using natural supplements to improve their overall health and avoid injuries.. Triathletes may potentially benefit from the combination of glucosamine and chondroitin. Both of these natural ingredients have been used over the years in fighting osteoarthritis, especially knee pain. Fortunately, there are supplements that contain both of these ingredients.. Multiple-stage competition, which involved swimming, cycling, and running, is typically the routine of triathletes. Knee pain is very common among triathletes due to the intense physical activity they are regularly engage in.. In an internet poll conducted by the recently, it was found that 79.8 percent of individuals who took glucosamine and chondroitin experience significant improvements in ...
Next to automobile accidents, bicycle accidents are among the leading causes of injuries in children. In fact, it causes more injuries than all consumer products combined. It is estimated that around 500,000 people receive medical attention in emergency departments, and some 700 people die due to bicycle-related accidents in the United States every year. Children […]. ...
Like on Facebook!. Support the Republican Newspaper! Its only $9.95/year for the online edition!. Jul. 7, 2011. Editors note: The writer of the following is a local young man who was the victim of a bicycle accident, and offers advice to all who enjoy bike riding.. by Zack Hanline. My name is Zack Hanline and I am 14 years old. On the evening of June 6, 2011, I jumped on my new bike (Note: It was a bicycle, not a 4-wheeler or dirt bike) to take a quick ride around my yard before dinner. I did not put my helmet on because I was only taking a short ride. What a huge mistake. I had no idea what a nightmare I would be living for the next week. I do not really remember the wreck that well, but I think my foot slipped off the pedal and in between the bars. Then the bike slammed me to the ground, and my head hit the road really hard.. My parents looked out the window of the house, and saw me lying on the ground by my bike. I did not respond when they yelled for me, because I was unconscious. They ...
On Sunday, 16 triathletes from Tri3 Sleaford Triathlon Club competed in the World Triathlon, Leeds, which represents the pinnacle of triathlon competition in the UK.
Nowhere is this trend more apparent than in the demise of what was once known as the winter road bike. In the old days (which I understand to be some time prior to 2005), one did not ride their good road bike year-round. Some time in the end of September, that bike would be put away and out would come the winter bike. Now, while there is no single definition of what that bike should be like, the general idea was two-fold: First, the winter bike should be both crappier and more robust than ones good road bike, due to the greater risk of damage by the elements as well as aggressive road saltings in winter. And second, it should be optimised for poor weather conditions. As far as frame material, this usually meant either heavy steel tubing or aluminum. And as far as components, this translated to either building the bike up as a fixed gear, or using an older, retired component group. Heavier, cheaper wheels with wider tires went on the bike in leu of summers good wheels with skinny tires. And ...
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So ya OK Twinkie boy is guilty of all of the above bike snob violations. I even tricked out my inside only bike ( Trek 1000 alpha series all aluminum) with inside trainer use only tires, ya both front and rear tires. Sooooo I even have bikes not mentioned in the Blog like the " Comb over bike " . Similiar to older guys combing hair over their bald spot I have a specific bike tricked out to make me look way faster and younger than I am . I also have a " decepticon" bike that is set up to look like a commuter with the saddle bags and all but its really a camouflaged race bike. The idea is to be riding in blue jeans and saddle bags when the spandex clad tri geek goes by tucked into the aero bars and then you bring out your A game and repass the dude with your Decepticon bike. Ya I am guilty of all of it and more. So is there a support group out there for peeps like me , until I read the article I was un willing to even admit I had any sort of Bike Snob problem at all. Currently working in my garage ...
So ya OK Twinkie boy is guilty of all of the above bike snob violations. I even tricked out my inside only bike ( Trek 1000 alpha series all aluminum) with inside trainer use only tires, ya both front and rear tires. Sooooo I even have bikes not mentioned in the Blog like the " Comb over bike " . Similiar to older guys combing hair over their bald spot I have a specific bike tricked out to make me look way faster and younger than I am . I also have a " decepticon" bike that is set up to look like a commuter with the saddle bags and all but its really a camouflaged race bike. The idea is to be riding in blue jeans and saddle bags when the spandex clad tri geek goes by tucked into the aero bars and then you bring out your A game and repass the dude with your Decepticon bike. Ya I am guilty of all of it and more. So is there a support group out there for peeps like me , until I read the article I was un willing to even admit I had any sort of Bike Snob problem at all. Currently working in my garage ...
Q: Whats the difference between bikes that you sell and those at the big box discounters? They look the same. A: Big box stores sell plenty of bikes for less money than local bike shops. To the untrained eye, they look like the same thing youd find in a bike shop. Thats where the similarities end. Mass market bikes are cheaper because they come in only one size (yes, bikes are supposed to fit you - it makes them more comfortable to ride), use cheap parts that are heavy and dont hold an adjustment very long. Most importantly, they are not assembled using the proper tools nor or they assembled by trained mechanics. What many folks dont realize is that bicycles come to retailers un-assembled and need to be put together properly. Assembling bikes is not rocket science, but like any profession it requires a core level of knowledge to be competent. The point is you get what you pay for when it comes to most products. With bikes that is magnified. Cheap bikes are not bargains - theyre unsafe ...
Eligibility 1. Athletes must be at least 13 years of age and no older than 23 years of age at 31/12/2018 and thus eligible to race in the following racing categories:. a. ITU Youth: 13-16 years of age as at 31/12/2018. (ITU Youth A & ITU Youth B). b. ITU Junior: 17 - 19 years of age as at 31/12/2018. c. ITU U23: 20-23 years as at the 31/12/2018. (ITU U23 & U23 Development Professional Licence). 2. Athletes must be eligible to represent Australia.. 3. Athletes must be in good standing with both Triathlon Victoria and Triathlon Australia.. 4. Athletes must have a coach who is accredited by Triathlon Australia and is a current member.. ...
The JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes is a charitable bike ride, to date, has raised over $38 million for type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. The Ride gives cyclists of all ages and skill levels the opportunity to fundraise for JDRF, the global leader in T1D research. The JDRF Ride isnt just a bike ride: its where hundreds of riders come together from all over the world to make new friendships, experience the unparalleled camaraderie of the Ride community and raise money to find a cure for T1D. There are Rides to Cure Diabetes all across the country, occurring August through November, and each offering a unique and unforgettable experience. When you register, youll become a part of the JDRF Ride family, a community of all ages who return year after year to come together, inspire each other and raise money to fund critical T1D research. We will not rest until there is a cure for T1D and its complications, and we hope youll join us for this amazing experience. There will also be a REI raffle ...
The SCODY Elite Triathlon Suit has been developed for the committed athlete demanding ultimate versatility from their race suit - this suit is suitable for Short Course and Long Course events. The Performance Triathlon Suit keeps our athletes cool by using the highly wickable fabric X-Opaque and Pro Hydra Dura with coldblack® technology to reflect UV rays. The combination of fabrics results in a compressive suit with full moisture management and the coldblack® treatment on the black fabric in the short areas reflects heat. The SCODY Elite Triathlon Suit features two rear pockets for nutrition storage and a front zipper for ventilation.. See size charts - Mens, Womens. ...
AIM: We hypothesized that an extremely high pedal rate would induce much more type II muscle fibers recruitment even at an early phase of the same absolute work rate compared with normal pedal rates, and would result in changed amplitude of the pulmo
In contrast to the effects seen at 60 revs min-1, our experiments show that during exercise at 120 revs min-1 energy turnover was lower after muscle temperature had been elevated. In the schematic illustration shown in Fig. 5, a pedalling rate of 120 revs min-1 lies to the right of the optimum velocity for maximum efficiency under normal conditions (point c), i.e. on the descending right limb of the efficiency/velocity relationship. Consequently, the effect of heating the muscle, as shown by the dashed line, is to shift the efficiency/velocity relationship to the right so that optimum velocity occurs at a higher pedalling rate and efficiency at 120 revs min-1 (point d) is increased.. In this Discussion, we have been concerned with the effect of local heating on the energy turnover of the active muscles as a whole. Thus, changes in the efficiency/velocity relationship refer to a `global relationship of the involved muscles and the recruited fibres of those muscles that have diverse contractile ...
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So you just got a sweet bike. One of those hip road bikes, you know? The ones with the downward-curving handlebars and the skinny wheels, to go with your skinny jeans. Youve got that messenger bag that sits high on your lower back when you cross it over your chest: maybe its recycled plastic, or maybe it has a revolutionary patch on it. You ride it to school now, even though you live five blocks away and walking never bothered you before. Now that youve got a bicycle, though, you cant imagine how you ever did it. And sometimes you ride it around the city, maybe even in the street, and you chain it to a variety of sign posts and structures, to make sure no one rides off with it or, god forbid, carry it away.. And now the question arises … helmet? No helmet?. PROS of the helmet:. -If you get hit by a moving vehicle, if you tend to run into parked cars or if you are a dare-devil and like to cross highways on your road bike, that helmet strapped tightly under your chin will absorb the impact ...
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A very nifty GPS device for use on bicycles is on the market. Wow! Youll know exactly where you are on the surface of the Earth while on your bicycle. How often has TPP wondered what state he was in while riding? OK, you more or less know where you are on a bicycle, but you can still be looking for some particular address or location, or you can get lost on rural roads, and like other GPS devices this one signels which way to turn without having to look down at the device, something that can get you bonked faster on a bicycle than it can while driving a car. And then theres a mini-BBQ grill for a bicycle too. Thats how to trip out your ride. And today a fellow was riding by with a container on the back in which road his dog. Now to get the dog to do some pedalling. ...
Nutritional Timing for Triathletes - Nutritional timing for triathletes is more important than you might think. Visit HowStuffWorks to learn all about nutritional timing for triathletes.
The purpose of this study was to compare physiological responses and perceived exertion among well-trained cyclists (n = 63) performing 3 different high-intensity interval-training (HIIT) prescriptions differing in work-bout duration and accumulated duration but all prescribed with maximal session effort. Subjects (male, mean ± SD 38 ± 8 y, VO2peak 62 ± 6 mL · kg-1 · min-1) completed up to 24 HIIT sessions over 12 wk as part of a training-intervention study. Sessions were prescribed as 4 × 16, 4 × 8, or 4 × 4 min with 2-min recovery periods (8 sessions of each prescription, balanced over time). Power output, HR, and RPE were collected during and after each work bout. Session RPE was reported after each session. Blood lactate samples were collected throughout the 12 wk. Physiological and perceptual responses during ,1400 training sessions were analyzed. HIIT sessions were performed at 95% ± 5%, 106% ± 5%, and 117% ± 6% of 40-min time-trial power during 4 × 16-, 4 × 8-, and 4 × 4-min ...
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Amid all the negativity here - sounds like many commenters would prefer the status quo - Ill say that a 12 foot wide bike lane, as this effectively is, is a lot of space, plenty actually.. And I think mixing zones are actually safer than bike lanes that continue all the way to the intersection. With the latter sort of bike lane, when a driver arrives at the intersection intending to turn right, he has to looks in three places at once: to the left for cars crossing the intersection, to the right for pedestrians in or near the crosswalk, and behind him for cyclists in the bike lane. Drivers often dont do so well at multiple simultaneous tasks. Cyclists in the bike lane, for their part, tend to sail blithely through the intersection, trusting in their right of way, and get right hooked. With a mixing zone, the driver merges in to the zone before the intersection, and when he arrives at the intersection he only needs to look two ways: left and right. Cyclists have the slight inconvenience of ...
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Bike lanes are both a blessing and a curse, and anybody that has done much commuting in urban environments has likely experienced both sides of that. On the blessing side, studies have demonstrated that bike lanes do, in fact, encourage more folks to ride. However, it may also create a false sense of security, and can even create greater danger in some situations. Here in US cities, most bike lanes are right in the "door zone" along parallel parked cars, causing cyclists to need to dart into traffic unexpectedly should a car door get opened in front of them. Couple that risk with the pretense of "Mandatory Use Laws" and the dark side of bike lanes shows itself.. New York cyclist Casey Neistat put together a video in response to a ticket he received for riding outside of the bike lane on a New York street. The video has taken off, due in large part to his rather dramatic demonstration of the utter absurdity of the uneducated interpretation of exactly what mandatory means. Heres to you Casey - ...
Ride2Survive is back for its 13th year, and is planning to raise $600,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society.. The ride takes cyclists from Kelowna to North Delta in one day, travelling in formation. Ride2Survive president Kerry Kunzli was one of the original riders back in 2004.. "Honestly, it sounded like a cool bike ride to do," Kunzli said. "The opposite has become true over time; its more about the fundraising than the ride.". As of Friday, June 16, the ride had raised more than $430,000, but a joint fundraiser that took place in the parking lot on Fraser Hwy and 188 Street in Clayton Heights raised that total by just over $12,000.. Together with Cops for Cancer, Ride2Survive hoists two people up into the air for 50 hours in an attempt to raise awareness and funds. This past weekends willing victims: DPD Sgt. Ray Hudson and DPD Const. Sukhi Thind.. "We just wanted to do something special close to retirement and just give back a little bit," Hudson said. Hudson is part of Cops for Cancer, and ...
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Jonathan says that I should be on the cautious side on the bike: after all this is double the distance of a Half Ironman (duh!). My Achilles heel is heat and humidity tolerance and I have had a couple of races where I have overdone it and ended up suffering at the hands of the dreaded cramps. On the other hand, if I dont push it too hard, the run has every possibility of being fast and, perhaps more importantly, actually enjoyable in a sort of Ironman kind of way. All the same, Im still not as confident with my heart rate zones and exertion on the bike so the idea is to not strictly adhere to a pulse rate but to go by feeling to some extent. Being prudent, this feeling should correspond to about a quarter way between AeT (128 bpm) and AT (156 bpm), or about 135 bpm - or, in reference to my training, half way between where I did 90% of my rides and the medium intensity (CMED). There are a couple of small hills on the course, which are pathetic by Madrid standards but can, nevertheless, send ...
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Bulletin Board: A Post From the Community | Debbie Russell of Tinley Park rode in her 15th CowaLUNGa Bike Tour to raise funds and awareness for respiratory health. CowaLUNGa was hosted by Respiratory Health Association on August 3 to 5 and attracts more than 250 cyclists each year. The full 190-mile route starts in Gurnee, Ill., and ends in Hubertus, Wisc., with an 18-mile, one-, two- and three-day ride option. Many cyclists ride in honor or in memory of a loved one affected by a respiratory disease and will raise $200,000 to support people with lung disease. ¿CowaLUNGa brings together a group of riders dedicated to Respiratory Health ...
Top-level professional road cyclists are no strangers to exorbitantly expensive machines but even among this elite crowd, Tom Danielsons
This is the exercise bike and video screen that simulate riding a mountain bike through outdoor courses. Users pedal and steer the bike to control a computer-generated cyclist on the 17 color LCD monitor and compete against other virtual cyclists on one of 80 outdoor courses, including a serpentine desert course and an undulating highland track. The bikes electronically controlled pedaling resistance automatically increases or decreases to replicate the terrain gradients shown on the screen and sensors in the bike saddle monitor whether the user is sitting or standing and the computer-generated cyclist assumes the same posture.
In late March, Zoe asked me to go to the bike store to look at bikes. Shed been outgrowing her 16″ bike which she rides well. I had raised the seat but then the handlebars were too low. Of course, Mia also chimed in with, "I want a new bike too!" That wasnt part of my original plan. She was on track to stay on the balance bike a while longer and then get Zoes 16″ hand-me-down.. For historical reference, Zoe could ride her Skuut balance bike the mile to their daycare before I got her the 16″ "pedal bike" which was in the spring after she turned 4. We skipped training wheels. The 16″ bike was a little too big. She could pedal right away and balance and steer but it took her a while to be able to start and stop with confidence and she went back and forth between the balance bike and the pedal bike for more than a year before things clicked on the pedal bike.. On that shopping day, I ended up getting Zoe a 20″ bike with hand brakes and gears. It seems like she is a really big kid all of ...
Background and aims: Despite improvements in cardiovascular health and wellbeing, fear of exercise-induced hypoglycaemia and a paucity of evidence-based advice on how to manage diabetes during / after exercise remain significant barriers to exercise participation to people with Type 1 diabetes (T1DM). How professional athletes with T1DM manage their diabetes may provide an insight into optimising diabetes control around exercise. The present study examined glucose control in elite and recreational cyclists with and without T1DM during participation in the 2014 mHealth grand tour cycle ride from Brussels to Barcelona (EASD).. Materials and methods: Interstitial glucose (IG) concentrations were captured using continuous glucose monitoring (Dexcom G4®, INC, CA, USA) over a period of six consecutive days during a long-distance, multi-stage endurance cycling event in three groups of individuals: 10 recreationally-active type 1 diabetes individuals (T1rec), 8 elite cyclists with T1DM (T1pro), and 10 ...
Providing athletes with such gifts has been part of CAFs mission since its first fundraiser in 1994. But this weekends camp started with a very specific vision to offer the athletes more in the way of instruction. "I realized at the championships in New York that people still had so many questions for me," said Peter Harsch, 14-year CAF volunteer and director of prosthetics for the U.S. Navy. "Even the champs had questions almost like a first timers. Triathlon is scary for most of us, can you imagine having no arms, no legs?". A conference call and a few months later, Harsch had a unique training camp on the table: one he says "brings together all of the pieces of the pie-mentorship, fit-certified bike fitting, Olympic swim coaches, and more." He said the camp has also been stamped as the official paratriathlon camp for USA Triathlon.. Roy Perkins, Senior Director of Programs at CAF, jumped on the idea. Hed wanted to do such a camp for a long time, for the obvious reasons of helping the ...
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Secretary of State John Kerry had a bicycle accident in France, was taken by helicopter to hospital in nearby Geneva, Switzerland, State Department says.
In the summer of 2006 I stumbled across "Ironman Lanzarote" on TV, which was the first time Id heard of triathlon. In awe of the athletes and the accomplishment of finishing an Ironman, I vowed to finish a triathlon. Since then Ive competed in 10 Ironman races, with age-group results including 18-24 Ironman 70.3 World Champion and 2nd 18-24 at the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii. 2013 has been an exciting year as I joined the professional ranks, competing against the best athletes in the sport. This years highlight result was 4th place at Ironman Copenhagen with a PB of 8:18. With big ambitions in the sport, Im looking forward to continuing to work hard to achieve my goals.. ...
Any part of town that doesnt have bike share, and 85% of Portland doesnt, many living there see the program as an elitist rich white tourist project, a huge waste of $6 million in various government funds and maintenance that could have been better spent on other needed bike projects. …" hampsten. I guess I see the elitist angle on bike share. Is the 6 million/gov funds/and maintenance, in addition to the 10 mil than nike kicked down? Ive forgotten the figures. From the time the idea for bike share for Portland was first raised, I had plenty of questions about whether it would able to provide a functional travel service worth the investment. I dont particularly like that the bikes and stands add to the clutter on the sidewalks…but cities including Portland, do have big challenges meeting everyones travel needs.. Over time, reading more about bike share, and following some of the discussion surrounding it, and seeing a small bit of bike share working around the Nike campus, I came to ...
So there I was at 7 30 in the am, perched at an intersection waiting to flip onto Seaside Street (the primary street operating along the Seaside and into the metropolis right here in Melbourne) to head into the convention. I was sitting down at the lights misplaced in my own ideas when all of a unexpected I grew to become conscious of a existence. no, not a poltergeist; a bloke on a schwinn road bikes Walmart had pulled up along side me.The body is built of double-butted A-one style aluminum in a slightly compacted form. Anybody that is not acquainted with Road Bikes should be conscious that road bikes have a totally flattened leading bar (tube). The compacted frames have a reduce slopping upper tube. Semi compacted frames are someplace in in between the range. For some riders, the frame might feel like it sits taller than most totally free Road Bikes, however, the body sits instead reduced by road bike regulations.Rather, it was temperatures that rose into the 80s that prompted officers to ...
The 69-year-old man who died Thursday afternoon after a bicycle accident in Steamboat has been identified. Phillip Sohn is the second person to die in a bike accident in the area in the last two weeks. Sohn, who reportedly lived in both Steamboat and Texas, was riding downhill on Aspen Ridge Road when the accident occurred. According to a press Continue reading →. ...
Ben just sent me the results for his triathlon from this past Sunday. He completed this sprint in 1 hour 21 minutes and 52 seconds. (Something it would probably take me all day long to do!) He was 8th for his age group and 83/324 men. (I am not sure where he placed overall...maybe the results are not out for that yet?) I think that he did great but he is always striving for perfection. He will be working his magic again on May 30th at the Cherry Point triathlon ...
Press photo/Katy BatdorffA shared experience: Shawn Gotch and Sue Lewis will compete Saturday in the Reeds Lake Triathlon, each with one of Lewis kidneys. When Sue Lewis competes on Saturday in the Reeds Lake Triathlon, her right kidney will swim,...
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The frame of the bike is robust and sturdy with a perfect geometrical shape and minimalistic styling. The battery back of the Audi Electrc Bike is contained in the body whereas the rear wheel frame houses the electric engine. This bike is a great green transport concept as it works on electricity and its batteries can be recharged - making it a zero-emission vehicle.. The battery, upon getting fully recharged, can last for 20 km. The bike comes with LED rear and front lights, interchangeable wheels and an adjustable seat. The Kevlar belt chain in the bike is also very easy to maintain as greasing is not required. The Audi Electric Bike is still at the conceptual stage, but maybe Audi (the car manufacturer) might notice the idea and make Karimis concept an official product befitting the Audi brand.. ...
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Non-invasive ventilation (NIV) added to exercise training (ET) improves the intensity at which patients with COPD can exercise. However, there are no data showing NIV added to ET improves health-related quality of life (HRQoL) or clinical parameters in patients with chronic respiratory failure (CRF) secondary to either obstructive or restrictive lung disease. Vitacca et al. (Respirology 2018;23.2:182- 189) investigated whether adding NIV during ET could increase the 6 min walking distance (6MWD) compared with ET alone in patients with CRF already treated with home NIV. The trial was powered based on a doubling of the effect of ET on 6MWD with additional NIV. Fifty patients with COPD or a restrictive lung disease were randomly assigned to ET with NIV (delivered at their home NIV settings) or ET alone. All patients underwent 20 sessions of cycle training over a 3 week period. The 6MWD improved above the minimum clinically important difference (MCID=25 m) in both groups (ET+NIV: 299 to 344 m ...
The first few rides on the bike I kept the tubes in the wheels and rode on Vittoria Corsa 28mm open tubulars. To say the ride was smooth is an understatement. The bike practically floats over rough roads and small bumps. The first real test was on the Bicycle Ranch Tucson Roundup Saturday ride. This ride gives you every opportunity to test all elements of a bike. Sprint power, climbing, rough roads and fatigue. When the first sprint came and I stood on the pedals there was loss of power or softness often associated with an endurance frame. There was a ton of snap and response just like the Evo. Even with disc wheels the acceleration was noticeable and the wheels while maybe not my favorite hoops, held speed as well. On the climb the bike was also responsive and light under me. After having been on the Aluminum CAAD 12 for the last couple of months, I could feel how plush the carbon frame was under me. By the top of the climb I still felt fresh and in fact had been able to stay with the front of ...
I was trying to HDFU. ;) I rode 16.2 miles, my longest ride by 4 miles, took a day off for rain, and then rode another 16.4 miles. The last mile was very uncomfortable on my rear end and I could not find a happy place on my seat. My right foot was also numbing up. That evening I felt jagged and uncomfortable and had a hard time getting to sleep. The next day (yesterday) I felt exhausted. I went for a short walk and that was it. Better this morning but I only rode 4 miles. Felt generally uncomfortable on my bike. My muscles never feel the rides but it is a case where my whole body just feels beat up. I dont know how much of the issue is the calorie restrictions of my diet. I am finding it hard to stick to my 1200 calories and have shot over a couple of times. But the weight is slowly falling off so I think that I am OK on the eating end ...
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General thoughts on older bicycles:. Just like a car, a bicycle is assembled from a group of components. The frame is what holds all these components together and gives the bike its primary qualities. Most frames are made out of durable steel alloys, treated and finished with either special chemicals or coated in industrial pigments to keep off the rust (and, of course, to make it look pretty). Therefore its not unusual to see a frame which was hand-made in England in the 1940s still out riding today, as nice as the day it rolled off the factory floor.. Given the durability of bicycle frames, refurbished bikes are the natural answer to the problem of getting people with limited budgets on bikes. When rebuilt with modern components, a thirty year old frame can be indistinguishable from a frame built yesterday. Obviously, this is over-stating the case a little bit, since modern machining processes and alloys have improved the overall quality of frames, but these differences are for bike nerds ...
Spin bikes offer two types of resistance; belt driven resistance and magnetic resistance.. Belt driven resistance. This type of resistance is often found in very basic models of workout bikes. They have a chain or a belt that joins the pedals and the crank and the resistance is often variable and not fixed. You can adjust the resistance by turning the knob. Belt driven bikes are good for beginners and intermediate level cyclists. You can start with no resistance and as soon as your body gets adjusted to it, you can slowly use the knob to make your workouts more challenging each day. Belt-driven machines do require some maintenance as the pedals start wearing out due to friction. But, belt-driven spinning exercise bikes are very affordable, so you wont mind changing the brake pads once a year depending on your usage.. If you are buying used spin bikes make sure you check the brake pads for signs of wear and tear and, if required, get the pads changed before using it.. Magnetic resistance. These ...
Legendary CatEye reflector technology and white LED come together to provide eye-catching side visibility, ensuring your safety where accidents happen most. Intersection collisions are responsible for the majority of bicycle accidents, and the Orbit 2 provides dynamic motion visibility that headlights and safety lights alone just cant match. Installs easily to 24-29" wheels with 28-32 spoke counts. Dont let lack of side visibility make you a statistic; stay safe and seen with Orbit 2 spoke lights. ...
There is a movie-I Am-by Tom Shadyac that began as a quest to understand the emptiness of his own life in the wake of a devastating bicycle accident. Toms recovery was a very difficult and painful process that left him laid up and very lonely.. The good news is that Tom had a lot of time on his hands to think about his circumstances. Contemplation about certain realities of his life piqued Toms curiosity and his desire to understand the bigger picture so he set out with a small crew and a camera to do some research.. Toms journey introduced him to something called HeartMath, with a fascinating scene in the lab with Rollin McCraty, Ph.D., of the HeartMath Institute. What is HeartMath?. According to the HeartMath website, "HeartMath is a unique system of rigorous scientific research, validated techniques, leading-edge products and programs and advanced technologies for people interested in personal development and improved emotional, mental and physical health. HeartMath is internationally ...
Background: Optic nerve avulsion (ONA) is an uncommon presentation of ocular trauma. It is characterized by traumatic disinsertion of the nerve fibres from the globe. ONA can occur completely or partially. We report the long-term follow-up in children with ONA due to traumatic events. The remarkable differences in course and outcome may elucidate the spectrum associated to ONA.. Methods: During the last fifteen years, three children with ONA were referred to our clinic. These case reports are presented with special attention to the long-term follow-up.. Results: Two patients suffered from complete ONA after head injury. The third patient presented with a partial ONA caused by a bicycle accident. Long-term follow-up of the patients varied between seven and fifteen years. In the first patient, a pale swollen retina without any visible retinal vasculature initially occurred. The retina completely detached in the course. In the second patient, extended fibroglial scarring occurred. The enormous ...
Moving forward into a new realm of design, Transition Bikes has completely revamped the existing Covert all mountain bike to create a new 6" travel quiver-killing bike capable of more aggressive riding. The new Covert sports a refined frame at the same weight as the old model, but is significantly stronger. The new frame comes in at a respectable 6.7 lbs without rear shock, and builds up to a 28-32 lb bike made for efficient long days in the saddle. At the core of the Covert is a completely new proprietary tubeset designed by Transition Bikes. The new tubes create a stronger frame with better contact points for welding shock mounts, pivots, and the headtube. In addition to the new tubes Transition has created a one piece CNCd rocker link to increase stiffness and strength, as well as new dropouts and chainstay/seatstay yokes. All these new features not only add to the aesthetics of the bike but increase strength while shedding weight.. Rear suspension is handled by the Fox RP23 large volume or ...
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At just 11 miles long, the Mineral Tramways Coast to Coast is one of the shortest coast to coast rides you can do in the UK. Almost the entire route is traffic free.. Over the summer holidays, while I was in Cornwall, I took the opportunity to ride the route.. As we were close to Portreath, this is where we started the ride. Portreath itself is nice enough, but you can start the ride from near the Elm Farm Cycles camp site and cafe. Elm Farm also provide cycle hire if youve not arrived with your own bike.. After a short section on a path next to the road, we turned off and things quickly got fairly bumpy. The ride is fine on a touring bike, a hybrid or a mountain bike, but its a little tricky on a road bike. Having said that, my girlfriend was on a road bike. Its fine, as long as you dont mind the shaky handlebars and bumpy ride.. As the Sustrans name of the route suggests, the area has a rich mining heritage. Any ore extracted would be transported along the route and to the ports. To this ...
Philly-style is to put in a mixing-zone at each intersection where cars could turn through the bike lane, to avoid the right hook you mention by way of a 10-yard merge. Our other buffered bike-lanes mostly lack the turn arrows in the mixing area, so for example if the bike lane is on the right, a car turning right through the bike lane on those lanes generally does so from the traffic lane on the left, making a hook more likely. These arrows make it clearer that the mixing should take place. The bikes need to know that the right-turn-only doesnt apply to them, which is entirely obvious, and a lesser evil than routinizing right turns from the left lane. ...
Ottawas downtown area is an exciting part of the city. It is packed with business, entertainment, restaurants and history. Its a busy area and travelling through the citys core can be difficult at times. The answer for a safe and comfortable commute is to cycle on the new Laurier Avenue Segregated Bike Lanes.. Whether for business or pleasure, cycling is a healthy choice for both you and the environment. Its also an affordable choice for people of all ages.. The City of Ottawa is building the first downtown segregated bike lanes in Ontario - another important step on the path to becoming a greener and more sustainable city.. Painted bike lanes are available throughout the city but busy streets with lots of traffic can be intimidating for some people. We have learned from other cities that bicycle lanes separated from motor vehicles provides comfort and safety for all road users.. Now, new segregated bike lanes have been installed on both sides of Laurier Avenue in opposite directions between ...
Most bike shorts really are designed to be the only thing amongst both you and your bike seat. Incorporating Yet another thickness defeats the goal, no-underwear advocates say. And manufacturers commonly listing the padding in bike shorts as antimicrobial to control odor, so you are presently mainly sporting underwear. For the bottom line, Ocyclers went to someone bike shorts who need to know: Dr. Renee Edwards, interim co-director in the OHSU Heart for Femaless Health. Shes a urogynecologist who does reconstructive pelvic surgical procedures. As she says: Youll be able to question me nearly anything. Shes pretty much heard everything, supplied her specialty. It becomes about private desire and the size in the bike trip, Edwards suggests. For a brief commute, cyclists could possibly obtain it more convenient to have on underwear -- for A fast change or whenever they do not have access to a shower to scrub up to the day, As an example ...
Challenge Cancer Bike Ride[edit]. Challenge Cancer is a London to Brighton bike ride to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer ... London to Brighton Bike Ride[edit]. This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article ... London to Brighton refers to a variety of races, tours, charity bicycle rides and rallies that take place between London and ... Several fundraising bike rides take place between London and Brighton each year. The most famous is the British Heart ...
The bike must be used on bike lanes and it must be returned to where it was rented or another bike station. Campus bikes can be ... Campus bike[edit]. Since 2007, Universitas Indonesia has offered a bike rental facility for its students. They need to show ... Over 20 kilometers of bicycle path have been created and shuttle buses are provided for the students and faculty. The bicycles ... Ten kilometers of bicycle track were built across the Depok campus of Universitas Indonesia during 2008. ...
Bike Master Plan, City of Colorado Springs, retrieved February 26, 2019. *^ Colorado Springs terminating disputed bike lane ... Bicycling ranked Colorado Springs the 28th best US city for bicycling.[185] Bike lanes in Colorado Springs have not been ... Bicycling[edit]. A 20-kilometer upright bike race during the inaugural Warrior Games at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado ... In April 2018, the Colorado Springs City Council approved a Bike Master Plan.[184] The vision of the city's Bike Master Plan is ...
Bicycle[edit]. Northampton serves as the hub of a growing rail trail network. The north-south Manhan Rail Trail extends from ... The park is free for visitors arriving by foot or bicycle, consistent with the will of Frank Newhall Look, who left the ...
Bicycle routes[edit]. *Great Parks Bicycle Route. *TransAmerica Trail Bicycle Route. Scenic byways[edit]. *Colorado River ...
Motorcycles and Bicycles[edit]. Italian motorbike manufacturer Ducati extensively uses tube frame chassis on its models. ... Space frames have also been used in bicycles, such as those designed by Alex Moulton. ...
The Danube Bike Trail (also called Danube Cycle Path or the Donauradweg) is a bicycle trail along the river. Especially the ... Today, people can not only travel by boat on the Danube, but also by train, by bike on the Danube Bike Trail or walk on the " ... The Danube Bike Trail starts at the origin of the Danube and ends where the river flows into the Black Sea. It is divided into ... parts through Germany and Austria are very popular, which makes it one of the 10 most popular bike trails in Germany.[33] ...
Class I: Bike path - completely segregated from traffic. *Class II: Bike lane - a lane set aside in city streets exclusively ... There are numerous bike routes in California such as the Los Angeles River bicycle path in the Greater Los Angeles Area and the ... Numerous buses are equipped with bicycle racks at the front of the vehicle for the attachment of approximately two bicycles. ... Class III: Bike route - a regular surface street that is designated as being safe or attractive to bicyclists ...
Bicycle reflector[edit]. A bicycle reflector or prism reflector is a common safety device found on the rear, front and wheels ... In bicycles, reflectors are usually on wheels, pedals, under the seat, on the back of the luggage rack, and in front of the ... It uses the principle of retroreflection to alert another road user of the bicycle's presence on the road. ... Special 'clip-on' reflectors for bicycles and other human-powered vehicles are also common. ...
"Hydrogen Fuel Cell electric bike". Retrieved 21 September 2009.. *^ "Horizon fuel cell vehicles: Transportation: ... Motorcycles and bicycles[edit]. In 2005 a British manufacturer of hydrogen-powered fuel cells, Intelligent Energy (IE), ... "The ENV Bike". Intelligent Energy. Archived from the original on 6 March 2008. Retrieved 27 May 2007.. ... Other examples of motorbikes[143] and bicycles[144] that use hydrogen fuel cells include the Taiwanese company APFCT's scooter[ ...
Production of bicycle tyres and inner tubes started in 1974 in Lieksa, Finland.[5] In 2004, Nokian Tyres sold its bicycle tyre ... It also previously manufactured bicycle tyres but currently licenses the Nokian name on bicycles tyres to another Finnish ... Suomen Rengastehdas continues to produce bicycle tyres, including all Nokian-branded bicycle tyres.[14] ... "Bicycle Retailer. Archived from the original on 16 February 2009. Retrieved 27 November 2009.. ...
Bicycle routes[edit]. In recent years, the Lakeland area has developed a number of paved, multi-use bicycle routes including ...
Bicycling[edit]. Chico has also gained a reputation as being a bicycle-friendly city. In 1997, Chico was ranked as the number- ... The city is in the process of creating a network of bicycle paths, trails and lanes. Some notable bicycle routes include a path ... "America's Best Bike Town" by Bicycle magazine in 1997. ... Chico is a gold level bicycle-friendly community as designated ... one cycling city in the nation by Bicycle Magazine[citation needed] and also hosts the Wildflower Century, an annual 100-mile ( ...
Pedal bicycle users[edit]. Dependent on jurisdiction, road type and age, pedal cyclists may be required conform to restrictions ... They also ensure that pedestrians and bicycles have a distinct advantage by introducing exclusive shortcuts by path connections ... wear a bicycle helmet and comply with certain speed limits. ...
"Sheldon Brown's Bicycle Glossary. Sheldon Brown. Retrieved May 29, 2011.. *^ Disley, B.X. & Li, F-X. "The effect of Q Factor on ... "Sheldon Brown's Bicycle Glossary. Sheldon Brown. Retrieved May 29, 2011.. *^ Petersen, Grant (2012). Just Ride. New York, NY: ... The Q Factor of a bicycle is the distance between the pedal attachment points on the crank arms, when measured parallel to the ... The term was coined by Grant Petersen during his time at Bridgestone Bicycles.[2] The "Q" stands for "quack", a reference to ...
The events of the first LSD trip, now known as "Bicycle Day", after the bicycle ride home, proved to Hofmann that he had indeed ... "Bicycle Day" when he founded the first Bicycle Day celebration at his home. Several years later, he sent an announcement made ... "Bicycle Day, April 19th". Retrieved 2015-04-17.. (behind paywall) *^ Arthur Stoll and Albert Hofmann LSD Patent April 30, 1943 ... The celebration of Bicycle Day originated in DeKalb, Illinois, in 1985,[9] when Thomas B. Roberts, then a Professor at Northern ...
Bicycles[edit]. KERS is also possible on a bicycle. The EPA, working with students from the University of Michigan, developed ... "Hydraulic Hybrid Bicycle Research- Clean Automotive Technology - Transportation and Air Quality- US EPA". ... This has also been demonstrated by mounting a flywheel on a bike frame and connecting it with a CVT to the back wheel. By ... Experimental Machinist Douglas Goncz connected three ultracapacitor packs on an electric hub equipped recumbent bicycle in ...
Berkeley maintains a separate grid of arterial streets for bicycles, called Bicycle Boulevards, with bike lanes and lower ... Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety in Berkeley Archived April 23, 2010, at the Wayback Machine, City of Berkeley. ... Berkeley has one of the highest rates of bicycle and pedestrian commuting in the nation. Berkeley is the safest city of its ... Berkeley I-80 bridge - opened in 2002, an arch-suspension bridge spanning Interstate 80, for bicycles and pedestrians only, ...
Critical mass bike ride[edit]. Events began on Friday 26th when 120 cyclists gathered for a critical mass ride around central ...
Citibank sponsored the introduction of 6,000 public bicycles for the city's bike-share project, Citi Bike, in the summer of ... Citi Bike will expand its operations by 6,000 bikes and add 375 new docking stations.[90] ... Walk and bicycle modes of travel account for 21% of all modes for trips in the city; nationally the rate for metro regions is ... Rapid transit, commuter rail, bus and bus rapid transit, light rail, people mover, aerial tramway, bicycle sharing system, ...
The Bicycle Thief (1997-2001)[editar , editar código-fonte]. Em 1997, com a idade de dezessete anos, juntou-se a banda The ... Em 2000, o The Bicycle Thief abriu shows do Red Hot Chili Peppers durante a turnê do album Californication. Em 2001 a banda ... Red Hot Chili Peppers, Dot Hacker, John Frusciante, Ataxia, Beck, The Bicycle Thief, Gnarls Barkley, Warpaint. ... The Bicycle Thief - "You Come and Go Like a Pop Song" (1999) ... 1.2 The Bicycle Thief (1997-2001). *1.3 John Frusciante e ...
Bike. No. GER. AUT. RSM. VAL. Pts References[edit]. *^ a b c d "FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup: rider and regulation updates". ... "All bikes from MotoGP support series MotoE destroyed in Jerez fire".. *^ New MotoE™ calendar announced, Retrieved ...
Bike. - Roman Chair. Phase 3[edit]. Patients will continue to work on decreasing pain/swelling and building up their strength. ... Stamina and endurance should be improved for exercises such as: biking, jogging, and step-ups/downs. If by this time the ... Some examples of these exercises include the usage of resistance/stretch bands, stationary biking, and elliptical. During this ...
Miami, Florida held its first ciclovia, called Bike Miami, [10] in 2008, as part of the City of Miami's Bicycle Action Plan. ... A wide range of activities and demonstrations were held throughout the day, including bike fix-ups, public art displays, bike ... "Bicycling. 2015-08-17. Retrieved 2016-01-22.. *^ "La ciclovía cumple 35 años". El Espectador. 2010-06-17. Retrieved 2016-01-22. ... Bike and Street Fest was held for a second consecutive year on Varsity Parade, Varsity Lakes on 3 May 2015.[8] The event again ...
LOOK FOR A BIKE HELMET WITH LABELS THAT: DO NOT allow your bike rider to use a cracked or broken · Have the date of manufacture ... Do not store a bike helmet in a car. The helmet should be When to Replace a Bike Helmet:. stored in a room that does not get ... Bike Helmet Safety. While there is no concussion-proof helmet, a bike helmet can help protect your child or teen from a serious ... slightly in front of the bike riders ears .. between the foam and bike riders head.. CHIN STRAPS. ASK. The chin strap should ...
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... mountain bicycles, racing bicycles, touring bicycles, hybrid bicycles, cruiser bicycles, and BMX bikes. Less common are tandems ... See also: bicycle infantry. The bicycle is also used for recreational purposes, such as bicycle touring, mountain biking, ... low riders, tall bikes, fixed gear, folding models, amphibious bicycles, cargo bikes, recumbents and electric bicycles. ... A bicycle wheel remains chained in a bike rack after the rest of the bicycle has been stolen at east campus of Duke University ...
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Fixed gear road bikes may also lack brakes, and slowing or stopping is accomplished as with a track bike. Many fixed gear bikes ... On tandem bicycles and other long-wheel-base bicycles (including recumbents and other specialized bicycles), the lower relative ... Disc brakes are most common for mountain bikes (including nearly all downhill bikes), and are also seen on some hybrid bicycles ... Wikimedia Commons has media related to Bicycle brakes.. The Wikibook Bicycles has a page on the topic of: Adjusting Rim Brakes ...
A bicycle pump is a type of positive-displacement air pump specifically designed for inflating bicycle tires. It has a ... Modern gas pumps are often used by mountain bike or road bike racers who need to save weight, and to save time if they puncture ... Sheldon Browns Bicycle Glossary W *^ Mike Yozell (April 27, 2016). "This Floor Pump Makes Installing Tubeless Tires Simple". ... Pumps can be fitted to a bracket on the bike frame, either a clamp on, screw on, or a braze-on peg, or they can be carried in a ...
"Bicycle helmets: yes or no?" (PDF). SWOV. Retrieved 2016-10-29.. *^ Bicycle Helmet Laws, Public Health Law Research 2009 ... Bicycle Helmet Research Foundation (BHRF). "Safety in numbers".. *^ Osberg, J.S.; Stiles, C. (1998). "Bicycle Use and Safety In ... "Injury-Control Recommendations: Bicycle Helmets" Retrieved 1202-02-08 *^ "American Academy of Pediatrics: Bicycle Helmets" ... Rodgers GB (1988). "Reducing Bicycle Accidents: A Re-evaluation of the Impacts of the CPSC Bicycle Standard and Helmet Use". ...
Mountain biking is the sport of riding bicycles off-road, often over rough terrain, using specially designed mountain bikes. ... Main article: Mountain bike. *Mountain bikes differ from other bikes primarily in that they incorporate features aimed at ... Another interesting trend in mountain bikes is outfitting dirt jump or urban bikes with rigid forks. These bikes normally use 4 ... In 1988 The Great Mountain Biking Video was released, soon followed by others. In 2007 Klunkerz: A Film About Mountain Bikes ...
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And dont miss the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame in town.. Best Time to Go: Summer, especially for Fat Tire Bike Week, the worlds ... and all around are vintage bicycles from legends such as Fausto Coppi, Gino Bartali and Eddy Merckx. Theres even a bike from ... The annual Moab Ho-Down Mountain Bike Festival and Film Festival is usually held at the end of October.. Its Most Fun If ... Trail 401 (shown here) and Trail 403 are not to be missed, and the descent of Teocali Ridge is one of the best mountain bike ...
Mountain Bike Hall of Fame. References[edit]. *^ "CITY OF DAVIS LURES BICYCLING HALL OF FAME TO CALIFORNIA" (PDF). April 10, ... The hall of fame joined a collection of historic bicycles that were already located in Davis. Davis has an extensive bicycling ... Historic bicycles at the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame in Davis, California ... The Hall of Fame is located on the top floor of the building and includes the bicycles of Major Taylor and Frank Louis Kramer ...
... why not dust off your bike and go for a ride? Before you hit the trail, though, read these tips on the right type of bike and ... Bike Maintenance. If you can, keep your bike indoors, especially on rainy days. This will help to keep your chain rust free. ... Try to use bike lanes or designated bike routes whenever you can. In some places, its illegal to ride on the sidewalk. ... So what do you do? If youre not into buying a new bike, check out bike shops in your area for rentals. Not all stores rent ...
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Sumner, Jason (2016). Bicycling Complete Book of Road Cycling Skills: Your Guide to Riding Faster, Stronger, Longer, and Safer ... a b On Your Bicycle, James McGurn, John Murray 1987[page needed] ... List of bicycle types. *List of bicycle brands and ... Road bicycle racing is the cycle sport discipline of road cycling, held on paved roads. Road racing is the most popular ... Road bicycle racing. A breakaway of three riders during the womens road race at the 2012 Summer Olympics ...
"Sheldon Browns Bicycle Glossary. Sheldon Brown. Retrieved May 29, 2011.. *^ Disley, B.X. & Li, F-X. "The effect of Q Factor on ... "Sheldon Browns Bicycle Glossary. Sheldon Brown. Retrieved May 29, 2011.. *^ Petersen, Grant (2012). Just Ride. New York, NY: ... The Q Factor of a bicycle is the distance between the pedal attachment points on the crank arms, when measured parallel to the ... The term was coined by Grant Petersen during his time at Bridgestone Bicycles.[2] The "Q" stands for "quack", a reference to ...
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In post-war Italy, a working-class mans bicycle is stolen. He and his son set out to find it. ... But soon his bicycle is stolen. He and his son walk the streets of Rome, looking for the bicycle. Ricci finally manages to ... But he and his son know perfectly well that without a bike, Ricci wont be able to keep his job. Written by jolusoma ... Ricci, an unemployed man in the depressed post-WWII economy of Italy, gets at last a good job - for which he needs a bike - ...
  • Bicycles were ridden off-road by road racing cyclists who used cyclocross as a means of keeping fit during the winter. (
  • Between 1951 and 1956, the French Velo Cross Club Parisien (VCCP), comprising about twenty-one young cyclists from the outskirts of Paris where they were born, developed a sport that was remarkably akin to present-day mountain biking. (
  • A team time trial (TTT), including two-man team time trial, is a road-based bicycle race in which teams of cyclists race against the clock. (
  • Where bike lanes exist on roadways, CVC 21208 requires cyclists to use them, except under certain conditions. (
  • Every summer cyclists of all ages and fitness levels come together on roads across Canada to find, and conquer, their personal challenge at MS Bike. (
  • Over the last several years, NIOSH researchers have investigated the potential health effects of prolonged bicycling in police bicycle patrol units, including the possibility that some bicycle saddles exert excessive pressure on the urogenital area of cyclists, restricting blood flow to the genitals, resulting in adverse effects on sexual function. (
  • Women's Bike Seats: Does handlebar level damage the pelvic floor in female cyclists? (
  • This study indicates that bicycle saddles with a cut-out area actually increased genital pressure in female cyclists compared to traditional bicycle saddles. (
  • I'm so impressed with the thousands of people riding bikes in this city," I say to the young barista serving me coffee beside one of Amsterdam's many canals as throngs of cyclists whoosh by us. (
  • Transportation planners in the Netherlands, Germany, and Denmark have invested heavily in bicycle paths and lanes, discouraged the use of cars, and gone to great efforts to protect the legal rights and safety of cyclists. (
  • At trailheads, if no bike rack is available, cyclists may carry their bike into the woods and lock it to something out of sight (like a tree) as long as no harm is done to that object. (
  • Cyclists may not lock bikes to signs or trailhead bulletin boards. (
  • Find out what you can do to prevent bicycle injuries and deaths, and remember: A large percentage of crashes can be avoided if motorists and cyclists follow the rules of the road and watch out for each other. (
  • Well of course it's not true - L.A. has plenty of cyclists, lots of freshly painted bike lanes, and loads of bike-tivities. (
  • A group are riding to remember cyclists who`ve died while biking. (
  • Bike rage refers to acts of verbal or gestural anger or physical aggression between cyclists and other users of bike paths or roadways, including pedestrians, other cyclists, motorcyclists, or drivers. (
  • source of the problem [bike and road rage] is neither the arrogance of drivers nor the militancy of cyclists, but the environment in which they interact. (
  • During morning rush, the teeth-gritting of drivers is almost audible, as superbly fit cyclists, wearing Sharpie-toned spandex and riding $3,000 bikes, cockily dart through the swampy, stolid traffic to offices with bike racks and showers. (
  • Bike rage may also be caused by confusion about how the rules of the road apply to cyclists. (
  • After the man had an argument with two cyclists, he "allegedly stopped short and caused one [bike] rider to go through the rear window of Dr. Thompson's Infiniti and other rider to crash onto the pavement. (
  • The German Army had 36 independent companies of bicycle infantry, a battalion of cyclists attached to every cavalry division, and an additional 10 reserve bicycle companies and 17 replacement crews. (
  • Other cyclists prefer this type of bicycle to those manufactured using modern techniques because they are "practical, versatile, durable, repairable, and timeless, regardless of current popular trends. (
  • He and Mr. Wood were involved with the Speedwell bicycle club in Australia, the Cyclists Union of NSW (as competitors and promotors of bicycle racing) and later the League of Wheelmen. (
  • Bike Calgary was formed as an informal group of cyclists in 2005 and at first existed mainly as a website that served to disseminate information on cycling in Calgary, and incorporated as a non-profic society in 2008. (
  • Many cyclists refer to the company as Melon Bikes, Melon Bicycles, or simply Melon. (
  • The fi (female informed) range of bikes was added to the line up in 2010 - with frames and components specifically designed around the requirements of women cyclists. (
  • Commuting especially lends itself to areas with relatively flat terrain and arrangements to keep riders relatively safe from the hazards of accidents with motorized traffic, e.g. separated bicycle lanes and a general acceptance of cyclists as traffic participants. (
  • Cyclists may join or leave the bike bus at various points along the route. (
  • Many well-known and successful professional cyclists rode Masi bikes, such as Antonio Maspes, Fausto Coppi, Felice Gimondi, Jacques Anquetil and Eddy Merckx. (
  • The stated aim of the Central Florida Bike Bus is "bringing together cyclists who want to commute by bike using the same roads as every other vehicle" The Aire Valley Bike Bus first started in August 2008. (
  • Cyclists may be expressly forbidden from parking their bicycles at the most convenient locations. (
  • A bicycle bell is a percussive signaling instrument mounted on a bicycle for warning pedestrians and other cyclists. (
  • citation needed] Novice cyclists often start by placing the bicycle rollers in a hallway or door frame where there is a nearby wall for support in the case of a fall. (
  • Walk Bike Nashville is kicking off 2017 with the all new neighborhood Advocacy Summit. (
  • Feminism portal Gender studies portal Women's sport portal Bike boom Feminism History of the bicycle, especially the 1890s "bicycle craze" Timeline of women's rights (other than voting) Victorian dress reform Roberts, Jacob (2017). (
  • As of 2017, electric bicycles sales in the United States have slowed. (
  • In December 2016 it was announced that they would co-sponsor the British UCI Continental-status Bike Channel-Canyon team, which would make its debut in 2017. (
  • The Venn Rev 35 wheels series (TCC - rim brake specific tubeless clincher, TCD - disc brake specific tubeless clincher and TUC - rim brake specific tubular) made with the rims manufactured by filament winding technology received a 2015 Taipei Cycle d&i Award, 2015 Eurobike Award and the inaugural 2017 Velofollies Flanders Bike Valley Innovation Award. (
  • Pinarello released the Bolide TT bicycle featuring the concave downtube over a year later in May 2016 and a Dogma F10 bicycle in January 2017. (
  • Cube bikes are a fixture on the 2017 Tour de France with team Wanty-Groupe Gobert. (
  • On February 3, 2017, Rossignol Group announced the acquisition of Felt Bicycles. (
  • Annual expansions have brought the totals to 706 stations and 12,000 bikes as of October 2017[update], making the service the largest bike sharing program in the United States. (
  • This recall involves all 2003 through 2016 models of Rocky Mountain bicycles equipped with front disc brakes and a black or silver quick-release (QR) lever on the front wheel hub. (
  • citation needed] In 2016, Surly announced an updated version of this cargo bike, which they called "The Big Fat Dummy. (
  • The highest speed officially recorded for any human-powered vehicle (HPV) on level ground and with calm winds and without external aids (such as motor pacing and wind-blocks, but including a defined amount of gravity assist) is 144.18 km/h (89.59 mph) set in 2016 by Todd Reichert in the Eta Speedbike, a streamlined recumbent bicycle. (
  • Giant currently (2016) categorizes its bicycles first by user (Men, Women, Youth), and then by Level: On-Road X-Road (for Men and Women) BMX (for Youth) Off-Road Within each Level are several Uses, such as Race, Endurance, City, Cruiser, etc. (
  • In late 2016, Giant announced the Road-E+ e-Bike, which features: HCT (Hybrid Cycling Technology) drive system 500 watt 80Nm Yamaha mid drive motor 400Wh or 500Wh EnergyPack integrated frame battery PedalPlus 4-sensor technology, and RideControl display & control pad with Bluetooth integration. (
  • Bicycle trainer Elliptical trainer Outline of cycling Maurer, Tim (6 November 2016). (
  • In 2016 Velocite BVBA was set up in Belgium at the newly opened Flanders Bike Valley facility. (
  • Commuting by bicycle has a low overall percent of commuters by bike at 1.4% but commuting by bicycle is the fastest growing method of commuting, increasing by 87.9% from 1996 to 2016, outpacing the overall growth in the number of commuters. (
  • In 2016, Marin celebrated its 30th year in the industry and also introduced a series of drop bar bikes, 27.5+ trail bikes, and touring bikes. (
  • The US Women's track cycling team won a silver medal riding Felt bicycles at the 2016 Olympics in Rio. (
  • Citi Bike riders took an average of 38,491 rides per day in 2016. (
  • Bike-Aid e.V. 21 December 2016. (
  • During the 1890s bicycles became very popular, and the basic elements of the modern bicycle were already in place. (
  • Exhibits include the Igler Collection of 19th century cycles, arranged to show the evolution of the bicycle from 1860s velocipede to 1890s safety bicycle with pneumatic tires. (
  • Pedersen received a patent in the United Kingdom for his bicycle in the early 1890s and constructed the first model out of wood. (
  • The 1890s saw one of the biggest bicycle crazes of all, driven by several significant developments in bicycles: the invention of the "safety bicycle" with its chain-drive transmission, whose gear ratios allowed smaller wheels without a concurrent loss of speed, and the subsequent invention of the pneumatic (inflatable air-filled) bicycle tire. (
  • In the 1890s, Captain Gérard of the 87th Regiment of French Infantry was an advocate of bicycles for military use. (
  • Its popularity soon grew to be more than the penny farthings and tricycles combined, and caused the bike boom of the 1890s. (
  • Bike helmets are available for riders with long hair. (
  • Use of hard shells declined rapidly among the general cyclist population during the 1990s, almost disappearing from road and cross country mountain bike helmets by the end of the decade, but remaining popular with BMX riders and more aggressive mountain bike disciplines such as downhill riding . (
  • Riders learn to repair broken bikes and flat tires to avoid being stranded. (
  • We want to go fast on road, but often the routes we want to ride also lead off-road.The 30Carbon Gravel Disc wheelset couples our 30Carbon rim with our proven 4 Season Disc hub and a higher 28 spoke count for up to 115kg riders, creating a light-weight strong gravel, CX, bike-packing and heavy-duty road wheelset at well below 1500g! (
  • Gravel bikes are aimed at riders who want to go quickly on the road, with the freedom to take a turn off the tarmac and explore further into the wild than you could on a traditional road bike. (
  • Prerequisite: riders must be very comfortable riding a bike and eager for off-road surfaces. (
  • From the flatlands to the highlands, these top mountain bike towns are drawing riders of all kinds with amazing trail systems, bike parks, and pump tracks galore. (
  • E-bike" riders are on the move in the morning or late at night, in good weather or bad. (
  • Many cities and states have bike lanes and laws that protect bicycle riders. (
  • Meanwhile, Worksman Industrial Cycles quietly churns out all the bikes that carry its name from a 70-year-old, three-story factory in Queens, N.Y. Worksman has been making bikes in New York since 1898, making it the oldest large-scale bike maker in the U.S. Worksman produces thousands of bicycles a year, but their customers are mostly big businesses rather than weekend riders. (
  • The Hyderabad Bicycling Club (HBC) is a bicycling club for riders in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. (
  • The MBTA offers certain provisions for riders wishing to make part of their trips by bicycle. (
  • The founding clubs were the Concerned Off Road Bicyclists Association, Bicycle Trails Council of the East Bay, Bicycle Trails Council of Marin, Sacramento Rough Riders and Responsible Organized Mountain Pedalers. (
  • A bicycle library is a facility for lending bicycles and cycling accessories to riders for trial or use. (
  • Riders aged between 15 and 16 years old can apply to the Koblenz-based manufacturer to be accepted onto the team and if successful, receive a complete carbon fibre bike and technical support for at least one year. (
  • This combination provides a light, fast bike with a more upright and neutral riding position that's less intimidating for most riders. (
  • It has always been a key part of Ridley's product development to create a strong alliance with their teams, not just providing them with bikes, but working on a very close basis with the riders and the team mechanics to develop their models. (
  • The shop specializes in bicycle frames built to the measurements of riders' bodies, as well as training bicycle framebuilders. (
  • Riders of NetApp Endura also worked with the Fuji design team in the development of the Fuji Transonic Aero Road Bike. (
  • September 13, 1892 saw the opening of a Bicycle Railroad between Mount Holly, New Jersey and the H. B. Smith Manufacturing Company in Smithville, NJ during the Mount Holly fair, with 3,000 riders its first week (for amusement instead of commuting). (
  • Evans was inspired to create a bicycle that was more convenient for recreational riders. (
  • The bike will accommodate riders up to 6' 3" in height. (
  • The Melon Slice folding bike can be outfitted with a pair of mud guards to keep rain and dirt from soiling the riders clothing. (
  • Boardman Bikes have been ridden by riders who have won Olympic Gold, World, European and national titles across the road, MTB and triathlon disciplines. (
  • 2008 saw the rise of bikes in the U.S with similar features, so-called commuter bikes, which are geared directly at riders looking to use bicycles for daily work and study travel. (
  • This bike bus has a real time Bike Bus Tracker, so that riders, with appropriate technology, can see where the bike bus is at any time. (
  • Taking early notice of a resurgence in pavement bikes, Marin introduced its first hybrid and road models in 1991, expanding the brand into new segments of urban riders. (
  • Compared with the tricycles of the time, popular with riders less willing to take risks, the safety bicycles were lighter, mechanically more simple, and less expensive. (
  • The ride attracted 2,500 riders Bike Philly has been canceled for 2012 and will be replaced by a ciclovia in 2013. (
  • Since 1979, many riders have successfully competed under the sponsorship of Diamondback, which began with BMX and expanded to Mountain Bikes with the creation of Diamondback Racing (DBR) in 1993. (
  • In addition to complete bicycles, Montague also designs and produces components to make cycling more comfortable and enjoyable for riders. (
  • On August 6, 2013, riders took 42,010 trips, the largest single-day total for any North American bike-sharing system. (
  • Previously he broke his collarbone in an accident in 2011 and sustained broken ribs and a punctured lung in a bicycle mishap in 1993, before he joined the court. (
  • They went on to manufacture road bicycles in the early 1990s and would eventually change the colors back to the original red, black, and white in 1993. (
  • Jamis sold the Dragon, its mountain bike, in 1993, featuring a fillet-welded, hand-polished tube frame, Rock Shox front suspension, XTR drivetrain and Ultegra Hubs. (
  • In 1993 the company partnered with the manufacturer Derby Cycle Werke to produce bicycles. (
  • In 1993 Mike Kluge became German National Champion and runner-up World Champion riding a FOCUS bike. (
  • The cuisine-including the wine-can't be beat anywhere in the world, and the lightly traveled roads offer every option a cyclist could want: rollers, speedy flats, famous climbs , tree-shaded lanes, farm paths, traditional training routes with bike-friendly populations, epicurean meanders and anything else you can imagine. (
  • When reasonably necessary to avoid conditions (including, but not limited to, fixed or moving objects, vehicles, bicycles, pedestrians, animals, surface hazards, or substandard width lanes) that make it unsafe to continue along the right-hand curb or edge, subject to the provisions of Section 21656. (
  • It consists of interstate long-distance cycling routes that use multiple types of bicycling infrastructure, including off-road paths, bicycle lanes, and low-traffic roads. (
  • The country is impossibly flat, the cities are compact, and cars are actively discouraged in favor of bikes-the cities and towns don't just have bike lanes, they also have safe wide separate cycle paths with their own infrastructure of signs and signals throughout the entire country. (
  • Roads are narrow with few or no shoulders and no designated bicycle lanes, so ride with care. (
  • And unlike in many other developing countries, Chinese cities still have plenty of bicycle lanes, even if some have made way for cars and buses. (
  • In India, Vietnam and other developing countries, competition from motorcycles, as well as a lack of bike lanes and other infrastructure, are obstacles. (
  • In 2014, it led a successful campaign to implement a pilot network of protected bike lanes in Downtown Calgary and the Beltline. (
  • Building on existing law, California has passed a bill in 2014 that will allow cities, counties or regional park districts to impose an annual vehicle registration surcharge of up to $5 to pay for local bike lanes and trails, valid until Jan. 1, 2025. (
  • A bicycle rider is called a cyclist , or bicyclist. (
  • A bicycle helmet is designed to attenuate impacts to the head of a cyclist in falls while minimizing side effects such as interference with peripheral vision. (
  • There is ongoing scientific research into the degree of protection offered by bicycle helmets in the event of an accident, and the effects of helmet wearing on cyclist and motor vehicle driver behaviour. (
  • Bicycles are also the most energy-efficient vehicle - a cyclist burns about 35 calories per mile (22 calories per km), while an automobile burns 1,860 calories per mile (1,156 calories per km). (
  • As you might expect, when a crash occurs between a vehicle and a bike, it's the cyclist who is most likely to be injured. (
  • In 1982 Rodale bought American Cyclist and incorporated it into Bicycling. (
  • A bike rage incident can start because a cyclist, driver, or pedestrian believes that another road user was being discourteous, breaking traffic rules, or in many cases because someone felt that their safety was being compromised by the actions of another road user. (
  • Boardman Bikes, Ltd. (stylised "boardman'") is a British bicycle manufacturer, founded by the professional cyclist Chris Boardman, Sarah Mooney and Alan Ingarfield, and launched in the United Kingdom and Ireland in 2007. (
  • Some cargo bike makers and users utilize power assist motors to complement the power of the cyclist. (
  • For example, a Bring your child or teen with you when buying a new long-haired bike rider who gets a very short haircut may helmet to make sure that you can check for a good fit. (
  • and the brake mechanism itself, a caliper or drum , to press two or more surfaces together in order to convert, via friction , kinetic energy of the bike and rider into thermal energy to be dissipated . (
  • In England in 1968, Geoff Apps , a motorbike trials rider, began experimenting with off-road bicycle designs. (
  • An open quick release lever on the bicycle's front wheel hub can come into contact with the front disc brake assembly, causing the front wheel to come to a sudden stop or separate from the bicycle, posing a risk of injury to the rider. (
  • In 2006 Surly introduced the Big Dummy, a longtail bike frame designed for the Xtracycle Free Radical extension that can carry 200 lbs of gear in addition to a 200 lb rider. (
  • In the "Cabin" version of the Cab-Bike, the rider is fully enclosed and protected from the elements, while in the "Speedster" version the rider's head is exposed. (
  • A bicycle in which the rider lies in a supine position is referred to as a recumbent bicycle or, if covered in an aerodynamic fairing to achieve very low air drag, as a streamliner. (
  • On a racing bicycle, a reasonably fit rider can ride at 40 km/h (25 mph) on flat ground for short periods. (
  • Many kinds of e-bikes are available worldwide, from e-bikes that only have a small motor to assist the rider's pedal-power (i.e., pedelecs) to somewhat more powerful e-bikes which tend closer to moped-style functionality: all, however, retain the ability to be pedalled by the rider and are therefore not electric motorcycles. (
  • The result: a bike ridden sideways with the rider operating both wheels. (
  • It also means that the rider can move the bike sideways, as the name suggests, such that the movement is perpendicular to the direction in which the frame points. (
  • A bicycle fairing is a full or partial covering for a bicycle to reduce aerodynamic drag or to protect the rider from the elements. (
  • Pumps can be fitted to a bracket on the bike frame, either a clamp on, screw on, or a braze-on peg, or they can be carried in a pannier or other bag on the bike, or they can be carried by the rider in a backpack, pocket, etc. (
  • While resembling many of the small-wheel folding bicycle designs of the time, the bicycle was distinctive in reducing the flexion of the down tube and hinge by use of cables kept under tension by the weight of the rider, saving weight and space compared to use of rigid tubing braces. (
  • It follows popular American stunt rider Jason Britton as he goes around the country to check out the sport bike scene. (
  • To function properly, a balance bicycle must be small enough that the rider can walk the bicycle while sitting comfortably in the saddle, putting both feet flat on the ground. (
  • The rider first walks the bicycle while standing over the saddle, then while sitting in the saddle. (
  • Eventually, the rider feels comfortable enough to run and "scoot" while riding the bicycle, then to lift both feet off the ground and cruise while balancing on the two wheels. (
  • Most rodeos begin the course with the safety check for both the rider and the bicycle because it is very important. (
  • The safety check for the rider is the helmet and bicycle fit. (
  • Above the crown, a steerer tube attaches the fork to the bicycle and the handlebars (via a stem) allowing the rider to steer the bicycle. (
  • However, unlike other types of bicycle trainers, rollers do not attach to the bicycle frame, and the rider must balance him or herself on the rollers while training. (
  • Balancing the bicycle without riding off the rollers is an extra challenge for the rider and requires much more balance and attention than bicycle trainers. (
  • A bicycle on the road can move fore and aft relative to the rider, and these rollers attempt to duplicate this effect. (
  • Felt has issued a recall of 2009 Felt model B12, B16 and S32 road bicycles because the fork steer tube can break, causing the rider to lose control, fall and suffer injuries. (
  • From 2012 to 2013 Felt Bicycles was the bicycle sponsor for Argos-Shimano with team rider Marcel Kittel winning four stages of the 2013 Tour de France. (
  • Bicycles & Tricycles is the sixth studio album from the Orb. (
  • After departing from Island Records, The Orb released Bicycles & Tricycles in 2004 on Cooking Vinyl in the United Kingdom and Sanctuary Records in the United States. (
  • They also noted that Paterson seemed to be far more comfortable and happier to play material from Bicycles & Tricycles rather than older tracks. (
  • The original treadle bicycle model used treadles to transfer power to the rear wheel, while the later 1879 model used a chain drive, an important new technology that had previously only been used on tricycles. (
  • Freight bicycles, carrier cycles, freight tricycles, cargo bikes, box bikes, or cycletrucks are human powered vehicles designed and constructed specifically for transporting loads. (
  • Whyte is a British bicycle designer established in 1999. (
  • rear cover, Minerva p/b edition, publ 1999, ISBN 0-7493-9132-4 Bicycle Days: John Burnham Schwartz: 9780375702754: Books Retrieved 2013-09-01. (
  • In 1999, Diamondback Bicycles was purchased by the Derby Cycle Corporation, which also owned the Raleigh Bicycle Company, and merged Raleigh and Diamondback together. (
  • In 1999, folding bikes using the X-Frame design were first made available to the civilian population under the Montague name. (
  • Trail 401 (shown here) and Trail 403 are not to be missed, and the descent of Teocali Ridge is one of the best mountain bike rides in the world. (
  • Well, the bike rides well and I posted a review to roadbikereviewdotcom's mtb page. (
  • Use your smartphone as a bike computer to map your rides, count your calories, track your trips and share your adventures with friends. (
  • Other Perimeter Bicycling events include: an annual Bike, Fitness & Health Expo, Indoor El Tour, El Tour Adventure 10k/5k Walk/Run series and Family Fun Rides associated with most events. (
  • The company claims that 5 million rides on 15,000 bikes in 40 markets have been taken on SoBi-powered bikes. (
  • Dave Stoller, the lead character in the Oscar-winning movie Breaking Away (1979), rides a Masi bicycle. (
  • Who rides the tall bikes? (
  • Bicycle rollers normally consist of three cylinders, drums, or "rollers" (two for the rear wheel and one for the front), on top of which the bicycle rides. (
  • Bicycle Technologies International Quality Bicycle Products Interbike Frostbike Eurobike Besides advocating for greater safety, comfort, and convenience for bicyclists, many members of the industry promote bicycles for poverty alleviation. (
  • Harrisonburg, Va.: Designated as both a League of American Bicyclists Bicycle-Friendly Community and IMBA Ride Center, Harrisonburg is becoming a haven for anyone with a garage full of bikes. (
  • Brought to you by the League of American Bicyclists, Bikes Belong, and Kimberly-Clark. (
  • The study data indicate that there is an association between bicycling and decreased genital sensation in competitive women bicyclists. (
  • NHTSA's bicycle safety initiatives focus on encouraging safer choices on the part of bicyclists and drivers to help reduce deaths and injuries on our roads. (
  • Some property owners or municipal authorities display signage on fencing to discourage bicyclists from locking their bicycles. (
  • Recent updates: 1/6/01- Check out the Bike Across America 2000 reunion pictures in the Photo Gallery . (
  • This site is devoted to the Bike Across America 2000 trip through the Silver Lake Conference Center in Sharon, CT. (
  • And what's even cooler is they're all riding pretty much the same bike, what we call Granny bikes in North America, those practical upright one or three-gear roadsters, often with a basket or front carrier, cushy seat, and a bell. (
  • Leaving a major city by bike anywhere in North America would be a horror show but in Amsterdam it's a breeze. (
  • To compile its annual list of America s most cycling-friendly cities, the company takes into account bike-lane availability, plus the number of hills in a city, bike-commuting rates, and how often bikers have to de-saddle along their routes, among other factors. (
  • Perimeter Bicycling Association of America, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit, tax-exempt organization in Tucson, Arizona, responsible for the production and promotion of four major cycling events: El Tour de Tucson, El Tour de Mesa, Cochise County Cycling Classic and Tour of the Tucson Mountains. (
  • In April 2014, Polygon Bikes expanded again in America. (
  • Iride bicycles have been available in North America since 2010. (
  • Órbita bikes are presently sold in several countries of Europe, Africa and North America. (
  • In the 1950s, Toshoku America acquired distribution rights to Fuji-made bicycles in the United States. (
  • Toshoku America sold private-label Fuji-made bicycles as house brands through U.S. retailers such as Sears & Roebuck and Montgomery Wards. (
  • In 1998, Jadeland Pacific, an investment group in Taiwan, acquired 100% of Advanced Sports, which had purchased the assets of Fuji America as well as the worldwide distribution rights to the Fuji bicycle brand. (
  • They began the first mass-production of bicycles (still called "velocipedes") in 1868, as the first real bicycle craze had begun the year before, reaching full force all over Europe and America in 1868 and 1869. (
  • Others who run rodeos are schools, outdoor recreation companies, the Boy Scouts of America, State Farm Insurance, and large bicycle shops or sporting goods stores. (
  • An exercise bicycle or bike, or stationary bicycle, or Exercycle is a device with saddle, pedals, and some form of handlebars arranged as on a bicycle, but used as exercise equipment rather than transportation. (
  • A study of competitive female cycles using traditional bicycle saddles comparing those with their handlebars above or level with the saddle with women whose handle bars were lower than the saddle. (
  • They made nearly all of the bicycle in house including but not limited to frames, handlebars and stems. (
  • Front baskets are usually mounted on the handlebars though sometimes there are also braces that extend from the basket to the front hub bolt or to tabs on the front fork of the bicycle. (
  • Heavy loads can throw off the handling of the bicycle as the load is attached to the handlebars and high up on the bicycle frame. (
  • A bicycle saddle, often called a seat, is one of three contact points on an upright bicycle, the others being the pedals and the handlebars. (
  • A wheelie bike, also called a muscle bike, high-riser, spyder bike or banana bike, is a type of stylized children's bicycle designed in the 1960s to resemble a chopper motorcycle and characterized by ape hanger handlebars, a banana seat with sissy bar, and small (16-to-20-inch (410 to 510 mm)) wheels. (
  • The bikes had a long seat called a banana seat with strut and taller handlebars. (
  • A Folding Bike Carry Bag carries the bike when folded and attaches to the bikes handlebars by Velcro when not in use. (
  • Training wheels that prevent the bike from leaning also prevent countersteering, so that, as with a tricycle, kids learn to turn the handlebars the wrong way, which must be unlearned later. (
  • Alternatively, a bicycle can be built by inverting the frame, and inserting the fork from the 'wrong side', flipping the rear wheel, and adding a long gooseneck and tall handlebars, then welding a long seatpost tube to the 'bottom' (now the top) of the frame. (
  • With the center of gravity low and between the wheels, rather than high and over the front hub, the safety bicycle greatly diminished the danger of "taking a header" or long fall over the handlebars. (
  • More accurately, it was a very small, rigid-framed bike with folding handlebars and seat post. (
  • The Whippet bicycle of the mid 1880s had the whole section of the frame carrying the handlebars, the seat, and the cranks sprung as a single unit. (
  • Several components that eventually played a key role in the development of the automobile were initially invented for use in the bicycle, including ball bearings , pneumatic tires , chain-driven sprockets and tension-spoked wheels . (
  • A bicycle pump is a type of positive-displacement air pump specifically designed for inflating bicycle tires . (
  • Electrically-operated pumps intended to inflate car tires (as available in most service stations ) can in principle be used to inflate a bicycle tire if the right type of connection is available. (
  • If you're headed on a hillside trek and don't want to pull out a patch kit after 5 minutes, you'll need to choose a mountain bike for its rugged, chunky tires, and trail-grabbing capabilities. (
  • The 1860s proved to be an important decade for bicycle improvements with the inventions of ball-bearing hubs, metal-spoked wheels, solid rubber tires, and a lever-operated, four-speed gearshift. (
  • About that time, mountain bikes were invented by two Californians, Charlie Kelly and Gary Fisher, who combined the wide tires of the older balloontire bikes with the lightweight technology of racing bikes. (
  • Wheels of Change: How Women Rode the Bicycle to Freedom (With a Few Flat Tires Along the Way). (
  • Krampus: 29er mountain bike with 3inch tires on 50mm rims Moonlander: "fatbike", accommodates wide 4.7" tires on 100mm rims (28mm offset rear triangle, akin to Pugsley) Ice Cream Truck: "fatbike", accommodates wide 5" tires on 100mm rims (symmetrical rear triangle, 190mm spacing) Big Dummy Designed to haul cargo and passengers. (
  • In 1991, Jamis introduced Coda and Tangier hybrid-style bikes with an upright seating position and 700c tires. (
  • It was won by expatriate Englishman James Moore who rode a wooden bicycle with iron tires. (
  • The drivetrain and brakes are metal, as on a conventional bike, and it rolls on standard pneumatic tires. (
  • Accessories Many after-market accessories were available for muscle bikes including wheelie bars, drag chutes, "slick" tires, speedometers, windshields, hand grip streamers, headlights, taller sissy bars, axle spinners, and back rests such as shown on this bicycle: The Raleigh Chopper was the best selling children's bicycle in the UK. (
  • In 1997, Polygon launched a concept store, Rodalink (Roda Lintas Khatulistiwa), which sells Polygon bikes, parts and accessories. (
  • Ridley Bikes was started in 1997 by Jochim Aerts, a frame builder and painter who had been producing frames for Belgian bicycle companies since 1990. (
  • Aist produced its 16 millionth bicycle by 1983 and 50 millionth by 1997. (
  • Gary Saunders of Queens, NY, New York began the billboard bicycle concept in 1997. (
  • In 1997, Montague received a grant from DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to work with the United States Marine Corps in developing the Tactical Electric No Signature (TENS) Mountain bike. (
  • Noted bicycle technical authority Sheldon Brown said, "Pugsley is, in its way, as revolutionary as the original mountain bikes were in the early 1980s. (
  • During the early 1980s, Fuji developed touring bicycles, and in 1986 was one of the first to manufacture frames of titanium. (
  • Fuji was not well situated to take advantage of the mountain bike boom of the 1980s. (
  • As bike sales increased in the U.S., and after workers at the Schwinn plant in Chicago went on strike in 1980, Giant became a key supplier, making more than two-thirds of Schwinn bikes by the mid-1980s, representing 75% of Giant's sales. (
  • The term "survival bike" itself originated in the British motorcycle press, particularly Back Street Heroes and the now-defunct AWoL in the late 1980s and early 1990s. (
  • The Think Bike sticker campaign started by Tony Day of Cape Town in the 1980s, and its short life were discussed, and it was decided then and there to revive the campaign and expand on its goals and methods. (
  • A notable example is the Itera Plastic Bicycle, a 1980s Swedish attempt to modernize the bicycle by replacing metal with injection moulded plastic composite materials. (
  • In the 1980s in Europe, and the 1990s in the US, ecologically-minded designers and small-scale manufacturers initiated a revival of the freight bike manufacturing sector. (
  • Bike anywhere and for any reason - commute to work, shop, ride for exercise and just to have fun! (
  • Americans are increasingly bicycling to commute, for exercise, or just for fun. (
  • One of them is Xu, on her Yamaha e-bike, making the half-hour commute from her apartment to her job as a marketing manager. (
  • Lots of my colleagues who commute in plan to use the bikes daily though. (
  • Zerobike Zerobike folded Mini 125 Pacific Cycles CarryMe Mobiky Frequent uses for a portable bicycle include: last mile scooting from a far away parking lot city district riding subway or bus station shuttle family fun pit bike short distance travel Bicycles can reduce fossil fuel emissions by shortening or eliminating car trips, and by extending the reach of public transportation as part of a mixed-mode commute. (
  • In the early 1860s, Frenchmen Pierre Michaux and Pierre Lallement took bicycle design in a new direction by adding a mechanical crank drive with pedals on an enlarged front wheel (the velocipede ). (
  • This was continued on the earliest bicycles with pedals, such as the boneshaker , which were fitted with a spoon brake to press onto the rear wheel. (
  • When sitting on the bike, you should be able to just about fully extend your legs to reach the pedals when they are in the lowest position. (
  • The position of the pedals and cranks varies from bike to bike. (
  • Treadles were one of the mechanisms inventors tried in order to position the pedals away from the drive wheel hub before the development of the bicycle chain or instead of it. (
  • Most exercise bikes provide a mechanism for applying resistance to the pedals which increases the intensity of the exercise. (
  • The first period which may be called a bicycle craze actually refers to a precursor of the bicycle which was pushed along by the feet on the ground as in walking, and did not have pedals. (
  • In the early 1860s the first true bicycle was created in Paris, France, by attaching rotary cranks and pedals to the front wheel hub of a dandy-horse. (
  • A hydraulic bicycle is a chainless bicycle that transfers power to the pedals by means of a liquid passing through tubes from hydraulic pump to hydraulic motor and back. (
  • It can be a normal bicycle with pedals and related parts removed, or it can be purpose-built (especially for very small children, for whom normal bicycles are generally not available). (
  • Brown recommended simply removing the pedals from a normal kid's bicycle, avoiding the extra expense of a balance bike, and parents have had success with this approach. (
  • The first balance bicycle was the dandy horse, and was invented by Karl Drais, the earliest form of a two-wheeler - without pedals. (
  • D.1 Kolpack, Dave (7 June 2010), "South Dakota man sells training bikes for tykes", Bloomberg BusinessWeek, retrieved 2011-06-07 McLean, Catherine (22 May 2011), "Look ma, no pedals! (
  • Saddle up your bicycles, boys and girls, because it's time for another round of "The Great Fashion Cycle," an annual. (
  • Several bicycle saddle manufacturers have developed saddles without protruding noses. (
  • Bicycle saddles with the cut are supposed relieve pressure to the genital area improving saddle comfort. (
  • A study conducted with cooperation from the International Police Mountain Bike Association measured perineal pressure and found that riding a bicycle having a saddle without a protruding nose significantly reduced physical pressure to the groin that has been associated with a measure of erectile dysfunction. (
  • The data suggest that prolonged bicycle riding may have negative effects on nocturnal erectile function and indicate a need for innovative bicycle saddle designs. (
  • A bicycle seat, unlike a bicycle saddle, is designed to support the rider's buttocks and back, usually in a semi-reclined position. (
  • Rather than using a normal saddle for a bike, the sideways bike uses a unicycle saddle to aid balance. (
  • The bicycle saddle has been known as such since the bicycle evolved from the draisine, a forerunner of the bicycle. (
  • A bicycle saddle is commonly attached to the seatpost and the height of the saddle can usually be adjusted by the seatpost telescoping in and out of the seat tube. (
  • The rails of a saddle are the connection point to the rest of the bike. (
  • Sarajevo 1948, bomb in frame of bike exploded sending saddle out for seat tube for several hundred feet, bike reported otherwise still rideable. (
  • Surly Bikes designs and imports bicycles as well as bicycle frames, parts, and accessories-and has been based in Bloomington, Minnesota since it was founded c. 1998-specializing in steel bicycles and frames manufactured in Taiwan with 4130 chromoly steel.Surly is owned by and shares facilities with Quality Bicycle Products (QBP). (
  • The Octagon is being distributed by Quality Bicycle Products and is available from bike shops throughout the US. (
  • As safety bicycles began to emerge and become popular Charles Bennett was one of the first in Australia to embrace the new machines and offer them to the public. (
  • The Kangaroo was soon superseded by the Rover and other, more-modern safety bicycles. (
  • Early bicycles of this style were known as safety bicycles because they were noted for, and marketed as, being safer than the high wheelers they were replacing. (
  • Diamond frame" is also sometimes used as a term for safety bicycles, even though this technically only refers to a certain type of safety bicycle. (
  • By 1885, the safety bicycles cataloged in Henry Sturmey's Indispensable Handbook to the Safety Bicycle included seven with lever front-drives, 44 with geared front-drives, and only nine with chain rear-drives. (
  • The Overman Wheel Company, founded 1882, was the first manufacturer of safety bicycles in the United States, in their factory complex in Chicopee, Massachusetts. (
  • A similar but different frame used in safety bicycles is the step-through frame. (
  • The Bicycle Industry or Cycling Industry can broadly be defined as the industry concerned with bicycles and cycling. (
  • Road bicycle racing is the cycle sport discipline of road cycling , held on paved roads . (
  • SmartHalo can automatically export the number of miles/kilometres biked, calories burned, and time s SmartHalo can automatically export the number of miles/kilometres biked, calories burned, and time spent cycling to the Apple Health App. (
  • Track your cycling routine and be aware of the risks in cycling on the road with the Biking Log App. (
  • selene yeager "The Fit Chick" Selene Yeager is a top-selling professional health and fitness writer who lives what she writes as a NASM certified personal trainer, USA Cycling certified coach, pro licensed mountain bike racer, and All-American Ironman triathlete. (
  • Now it's time for you to join them and discover that MS Bike is a cycling experience you will never forget. (
  • The United States Bicycle Route System (abbreviated USBRS ) is the national cycling route network of the United States . (
  • For this video we spent some time with leading thinkers in New York, San Francisco and Portland to discuss the direct relationship between providing safe cycling infrastructure and the number of people biking. (
  • See The first part of Moving Beyond the Automobile and StreetFilms Visits Boulder's Contraflow Bike Lane for a long list of Streetfilms on Cycling. (
  • Israeli cycling enthusiast Izhar Gafni has created the coolest eco-vehicle to hit the streets in quite a while - a bike made entirely of cardboard! (
  • Spoke Folk: An Anthropological Study of the Austin Cycling Community' is Caleb B Kuntz's revelatory short about Austin's maniacal cycling community, and Morgan Bertacca's 'Bikes, Bread and Wine: L'eroica' looks at the history of the classic Italian retro bike race. (
  • We've got you covered with GPS bike computers, turn-by-turn navigation, bike-specific routing, cycling awareness accessories and so much more. (
  • Los Angeles County 's bike paths are uncovered by any warranties as to fitness for safe cycling. (
  • Bicycling is a cycling brand published by Rodale, Inc. in Emmaus, Pennsylvania. (
  • For three months following the name change, "American Cycling" was included on the cover in small print under the Bicycling! (
  • It's Bike Stations at Gachibowli and Necklace Road have transformed the city, resulting in more and more people taking to cycling. (
  • The Toronto Bicycling Network (TBN) is Toronto's largest recreational cycling organization. (
  • The museum also includes a selection of 20th century road, track, touring and transportation bikes, a library and archive of cycling books and periodicals, and other related materials and artifacts. (
  • That same person on a bicycle, on the same ground, with the same power output, can travel at 15 km/h (9.3 mph) using an ordinary bicycle, so in these conditions the energy expenditure of cycling is one-third of walking. (
  • In 1985 Roman Arnold and his brother Franc Arnold (who is no longer involved with the company) founded 'Radsport Arnold' GmbH as a supplier of bike parts for cycling. (
  • Utility bicycles are designed for utility cycling: are a traditional bicycle for commuting, shopping and running errands in towns and cities. (
  • Bicycling Magazine's Complete Book of Road Cycling Skills. (
  • Bike Calgary is a member-based non-profit organization advocating for and promoting transportation cycling with over 1,300 members, based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (
  • Bike Calgary has developed and offers a one-day Urban Cycling Skills course for a nominal fee. (
  • In 2012, Izhar Gafni, an Israeli mechanical engineer and cycling enthusiast, unveiled a prototype bicycle made almost entirely out of cardboard in his workshop in Moshav Ahituv. (
  • Yamaguchi Bicycles was founded in 1987 by Koichi Yamaguchi (a framebuilder who went on to work as the National Team Mechanic for the US Cycling Federation in 1988 and the official framebuilder for the United States Olympic Cycling Team in 1989). (
  • cycling teams, or bicycle manufacturers. (
  • The Lonely Planet cycling guide says, "If you want to know more about maintaining your bike. (
  • Specialized indoor bicycles manufactured using a weighted flywheel at the front are used in the indoor cycling exercises called spinning. (
  • Bicycle theft is one of the major factors that slow the development of utility cycling since it discourages people from investing in a bicycle. (
  • Bicycle commuting offers potential health, economic, and quality of life benefits - potentially offsetting some of the risks and inconveniences inherent in cycling. (
  • Cycling portal Bicycle-friendly Bicycle transportation engineering Bike-to-Work Day European city bike Segregated cycle facilities Utility cycling Bicycle safety Bike bus Mozer, David. (
  • Scheme of the Month - Aire Valley Bike Bus on Cycling England website. (
  • USA Cycling President Derek Bouchard-Hall said in a Wall Street Journal article that balance bikes "have made training wheels obsolete. (
  • Bicycle parking is an important part of a municipality's cycling infrastructure and as such is studied in the discipline of bicycle transportation engineering. (
  • As a rule, where cycling is encouraged as an alternative to motoring, efforts should be made to make bicycle parking more convenient and attractive to use than nearby car parking arrangements. (
  • Conversely, where cycling is seen as an unwelcome or inappropriate activity, or there is a lack of knowledge about best practices, bicycle parking may simply not be provided or else placed at awkward, distant, and out-of-sight locations. (
  • Norco was one of the first manufacturers of ten-speed bicycles and helped popularize BMX cycling. (
  • The American Slipstream/Chipotle pro cycling team has started to gear up for the 2008 season with new team bikes and colours. (
  • The city, which had already been encouraging cycling as transportation, decided to establish a bicycle share program of the kind that had seen success in other cities. (
  • Animation of a single pivot side-pull caliper brake for the rear wheel of a steel framed road bike. (
  • The past decade has seen dramatic advances in frame and fork technology, suspension designs and rear shock function, while the overall weight of full-suspension bicycles has actually dropped to rival their hardtail siblings. (
  • Wear equipment to protect you and make you more visible to others, like a bike helmet, bright clothing (during the day), reflective gear, and a white front light and red rear light and reflectors on your bike (at night, or when visibility is poor). (
  • To be able to ride in a rear mounted bike seat or child trailer, a child must be able to sit without support while wearing a lightweight helmet. (
  • For example, on 31 December 1895, Ogden Bolton Jr. was granted U.S. Patent 552,271 for a battery-powered bicycle with "6-pole brush-and-commutator direct current (DC) hub motor mounted in the rear wheel. (
  • By 1898 a rear-wheel drive electric bicycle, which used a driving belt along the outside edge of the wheel, was patented by Mathew J. Steffens. (
  • Also, the 1899 U.S. Patent 627,066 by John Schnepf depicted a rear-wheel friction "roller-wheel" style drive electric bicycle. (
  • In a parallel hybrid motorized bicycle, such as the aforementioned 1897 invention by Hosea W. Libbey, human and motor inputs are mechanically coupled either in the bottom bracket, the rear wheel, or the front wheel, whereas in a (mechanical) series hybrid cycle, the human and motor inputs are coupled through differential gearing. (
  • Other types of baskets may be mounted on a luggage carrier near the rear wheel of the bicycle. (
  • Rear baskets function as a hard-sided pannier, carrying the cargo lower on the bicycle, which keeps the center of gravity low and thereby improves handling and control. (
  • Automobile mounted bike carriers can be attached to the roof, rear trunk, or rear tow hitch, depending on the vehicle. (
  • Bikes may be mounted in the carriers by clamping both wheels and providing some additional vertical support, by clamping the rear wheel and the front dropouts (necessitating the removal of the front wheel, which may be mounted separately on blades), or by clamping the top tube (usually in the case of rear hitch mounted carriers). (
  • Front and rear fairings have been shown to be beneficial for long wheelbase bikes, but front fairings are less beneficial for short wheelbase bikes. (
  • In 1995, Giant designed the first road bicycle with a sloping top tube featuring a smaller rear triangle. (
  • They toyed with the idea of an internal rear hub, but didn't like the idea of adding additional weight to the rear of the bike. (
  • Sheldon Brown wrote that training wheels can become an obstacle to learning if they are adjusted incorrectly, because they prevent the bike from leaning if they are too low, and can inhibit braking if too much weight is taken off the rear wheel by training wheels that are too low. (
  • One consistent issue is that the seat tends to end up in line with, or behind, the rear axle, which creates a powerful tendency to lift the front wheel of the bicycle on acceleration. (
  • On most modern bicycle designs the rear wheel is now attached to a rear triangle comprising the seat tube, a pair of seat stays, and a pair of chain stays, rather than an actual fork, but the rear fork usage persists. (
  • Early freight bicycles were heavy-duty standard bicycles, with heavy carriers at front or rear, sometimes with a smaller front wheel to accommodate a large front carrier. (
  • The Cycle truck refers to a type of freight bicycle with a smaller front wheel than rear, typically 26 inches (66 cm) rear and 20 inches (51 cm) front. (
  • Cycle chic gets a leg up with an urbane collection of bike accessories that are as eco-friendly as your carbon-eschewing. (
  • A winner in every discipline: our SLIDE CARBON 160 is the world championship bike of up-and-coming star Raphaela Richter (RADON FACTORY RACING), distinguished by its multiple test wins and always at the top of the rankings when it comes to value for money. (
  • Polygon road bikes are manufactured in both state-of-the-art composite alloy and carbon frames. (
  • Zerode founder, Rob Metz, built this incredible prototype carbon gearbox trail bike in his garage. (
  • Notable collaboration partners include the National Cheng Kung University, National Center for High-Performance Computing, Oxeon and Acer Inc. Velocite specializes in carbon fiber composite products, but also manufactures bicycle frames and components using aluminium alloys. (
  • In recent years, the Marin brand has maintained a focus on providing a range of models for both trail and pavement, including bikes with carbon fiber construction. (
  • These bicycles were difficult to ride due to their high seat and poor weight distribution . (
  • There's even a bike from Alfonsina Strada, the first and only woman to ride in the Giro. (
  • Take this dream for a spin: The sun is shining, there's not a cloud in the sky, and your crush just called to ask if you want to go on a bike ride. (
  • BORN TO RIDE "We are extremely excited about the H&M for Brick Lane Bikes collection," says Feya Buchwald, founder. (
  • Come New York Fashion Week, anyone looking to for a ride between shows can borrow a custom-designed bicycle at. (
  • Bicycling has partnered with Thomson Bike Tours to deliver an exciting opportunity to ride some of Italy's most beautiful roads on high-end bikes with members of our staff. (
  • Less fuss, more ride - learn how to efficiently fix a flat tire, clean and lubricate a dirty chain (and fix a broken one), and fix some of the common noises that bikes tend to make. (
  • Required: mountain bike ready to ride, a helmet that fits, and a spare tube. (
  • Our trained ride instructors focus on improving position and balance on the bike, developing timing and coordination, cornering, braking and shifting skills and building terrain awareness. (
  • It is not illegal for bicycles to ride on the sidewalk in a direction opposing the flow of traffic. (
  • There is no requirement to ride in a bike lane or path that is not on the roadway. (
  • When you bring your mountain bike to the Forests, don't forget to bring along all of the support equipment you'll need to make sure your ride is a pleasant one. (
  • It is a creative design that addresses the expanding need for bicycle parking, as identified in SDOT's Bicycle Master Plan .Check out the Seattle Waterfront's website for more options to walk, bike or ride transit to the Central Waterfront. (
  • Walk Bike Ride Challenge Year-end Raffle winners tell their stories of how they changed the ways they travel. (
  • The Walk Bike Ride Challenge was easy for me. (
  • My favorite experience with the Walk Bike Ride Challenge was just getting around town with fellow Seattleites! (
  • I had fun participating in the Walk Bike Ride Challenge. (
  • Bike and ride on Metro routes 16, 26, 48 and 359, or use the 2011 Bicycling Guide map to bike all the way! (
  • I started participating in MS Bike in my dad's memory, but I continue to ride because of all the amazing people I've met along the way. (
  • Since a nation where you can easily ride your bike everywhere is a dream for me, and since I've fantasized of riding a bike from one little Dutch town to the next since I was twelve, I decided my family and I needed to get on some bikes pretty much as soon as we arrived in the country. (
  • ONE OF THE LONG-ENDURING TRADITIONS at bike events of all stripes is the pasta dinner the evening before the big ride . (
  • On roads open to motor vehicles, bicycles must ride in the same direction of travel as other vehicles. (
  • It was day two of retracing my grandparents' World War II bike ride across Norway. (
  • Every bike ride begins with putting on a helmet. (
  • Ride a bike that fits you-if it's too big, it's harder to control the bike. (
  • Ride a bike that works-it really doesn't matter how well you ride if the brakes don't work. (
  • Bike-Share Map Shuns Staten Island and the Bronx Find out where you can pick up a ride in or close to Manhattan! (
  • Ride on bike paths, sidewalks, and quiet streets without much traffic. (
  • This piece utilizes a humorous pun to convert drivers to ride bikes. (
  • I picked up a bike in Kennington to ride about two miles to Bloomsbury. (
  • In other places, there are restrictions on where bikes can ride. (
  • The annual Burning Man festival (held in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada, United States) is a popular setting for members of the art bike community to display and ride their sometimes radically modified and decorated bicycles. (
  • Bike & Ride: On the bus Bus Bike Racks…Party of Three Please Bicycle racks on buses and trains. (
  • At the end of a ride, the bikes have to locked to a sidewalk bicycle rack. (
  • Trusty himself and 8 other performers ride the bike around Chicago, stopping at strategic corners to climb inside the box. (
  • City roads are generally smoother in Asian cities, but the bicycle has to be able to ride in crowded city sidewalks. (
  • The smaller the diameter of a bicycle wheel, the higher the rolling friction and the rougher the ride, which is a challenge for portable bicycles as well as for kick scooters. (
  • These programs encourage employees to ride their bikes to work, thus increasing exercise and cutting down on fuel emissions. (
  • Motivated by neighbors with bulky bikes, Evans' goal was to design an easy to ride, easy to transport bike, without sacrificing performance. (
  • Use of cables provided reduction of excessive vertical flex in the frame while still allowing easy adjustment of the degree of flexion retained, to act as a tunable suspension system absorbing much of the bumpiness of the ride normally associated with small wheel bicycles. (
  • A bicycle rodeo is a clinic to teach children the skills and precautions to ride a bicycle safely. (
  • Bike India was also the only Asian publication and one of eight publications from the world over to ride Ducati's World Super Bike Factory race bike with Chaz Davies. (
  • Coaster brakes were developed in 1898, and shortly thereafter freewheeling made biking easier by allowing the wheels to continue to spin without pedaling. (
  • In the first half of the 20th century, stronger steel alloys allowed thinner frame tubing which made the bicycles lighter and faster. (
  • Sporting an attractive unibody frame, this meticulously handcrafted wooden bicycle is made to be strong yet flexible. (
  • The controls on the app aren't made to be thumb side where the bike mount would be located for ease of use. (
  • Today, there are more bicycles than residents in the Netherlands and in cities like Amsterdam and the Hague up to 70% of all journeys are made by bike. (
  • 1 percent of trips in the United States are made on a bicycle. (
  • In Portland, Ore., 3.5 percent of trips to work are made by bike, the highest share among the 50 largest American cities. (
  • No hub motor powered electric bike has ever made it to the top of Pikes Peak, although many have tried and failed. (
  • When I asked my grandmother why they made the bike trip she shrugged and said, 'There wasn't anything else to do. (
  • Trek is another well-known American bike maker, but only a fraction of its bicycles are made in the USA. (
  • In San Francisco, the Critical Mass movement has a library of parts and old bicycles which are made available to enthusiasts. (
  • The off-road Dragon and on-road Eclipse were the first American-made production bikes to have Reynolds 853 tubing on their frames. (
  • In 1899 Royal Speedwells were advertised as being made by the Rover Co. Ltd. By the earliest days of the twentieth century Bennett and Wood were manufacturing their own bicycles under the name Speedwell with the Royal Speedwells being the highest quality bikes built. (
  • Though made obsolete by the introduction of the duck brake, coaster brake, and rod brake, spoon brakes continued to be used in the West supplementally on adult bicycles until the 1930s, and on children's bicycles until the 1950s. (
  • The Park Tool Co., a well-known maker of bicycle mechanic's tools, has an outreach training program called the Park Tool School which is made available at many local bike shops, taught by local bike shop personnel with the assistance of training materials and manuals from Park Tool. (
  • The folded size of the bike is 34"L x 27"H x 13"W. The Melon Bicycles Slice model's frame and fork is made from 7005 aluminum. (
  • They also sponsor mountain bike teams Team M.I.G. (Made in Germany) and an Italian amateur team Focus Italia. (
  • Balance bikes have been made out of both metal and wood. (
  • This type of tall bike is made with only one bike frame, and is often called an upside-down bike rather than a tall bike, though the seat can be quite high, depending on the frame shape used. (
  • Finally, a tall bike frame can be made from scratch. (
  • It is unknown whether the company sold a single bicycle, but some prototypes were made. (
  • The EADS Airbike is a bicycle constructed from laser-formed nylon powder and made by EADS. (
  • There is also a broad variety of specially made freight bikes including low-loading two-wheelers with extended wheelbases, bicycles with small front wheels to fit huge front carriers, tadpole-type three-wheelers with a box between the two front wheels. (
  • Daniela Ryf Mirinda Carfrae Sarah Hammer Tim DeBoom Felt Beachcruiser ZERO SEN Felt Q650 Felt Verza QX75 (2011 model) Felt B2 Pro with Felt edition Zipp wheels "Where was my bicycle made? (
  • In the 2009 bicycle share feasibility report, the New York City Department of City Planning (DCP) recommended building out the system in three phases in the four most populous boroughs, but no timeline was made public. (
  • The highest speed officially recorded for a bicycle ridden in a conventional upright position under fully faired conditions was 82.52 km/h (51.28 mph) over 200 m. (
  • A bicycle , also called a cycle or bike , is a human-powered or motor-powered , pedal-driven , single-track vehicle , having two wheels attached to a frame , one behind the other. (
  • In that same year, bicycle wheels with wire spokes were patented by Eugène Meyer of Paris. (
  • The 1870s and 1880s saw the development of the safety bicycle which roughly resembles bicycles today, with two wheels of equal size, initially with solid rubber tyres. (
  • There are two options for freehub bodies with mountain bike wheels - XD compatible and Shimano 10-speed compatible. (
  • The inexpensive stock wheels on my gravel bike were proof positive that heavy wheels aren't automatically tough wheels, with a rather shonky build meaning that they went out of true disappointingly quickly. (
  • Fitting the Hunt 30Carbon wheels slashed more than half a kilo of weight from the bike, making an immediate and noticeable improvement to the bike's acceleration, with the bike feeling more lively on the road. (
  • As the name suggests, the 30Carbon Gravel Disc wheels are aimed at the fast-growing new gravel/all-road/adventure bike category. (
  • If you're looking for an upgrade to your gravel bike, wheels may be on your list, and with a weight of less than 1,500g, these are likely to be quite a bit lighter than most stock wheels. (
  • Safe and extensive route networks, serious governmental promotion, and a bike culture that transcends class boundaries are all reasons why 40 percent of the city's traffic moves on two wheels. (
  • Other Surly bike models include: 1x1: single-speed mountain bike Steamroller: single-speed bicycle Pacer: road racing bike Cross-Check: cyclo-cross bicycle Cross-Check SS: a single-speed version of the Cross-Check cyclo-cross bicycle Straggler: cyclo-cross bicycle w/ disc brakes Straggler 650b: Straggler with 650b option for wheels. (
  • Long Haul Trucker: touring bicycle Disc Trucker: touring bicycle w/ disc brakes, frame based on the Long Haul Trucker Trucker Deluxe: Long Haul Trucker with S and S Bicycle Torque Couplings, allowing it to be disassembled for travel (available as frameset, with 26-inch wheels only) Pack Rat : A touring bike which has font-loading capability. (
  • Troll: mountain/touring/commuter bike with 26-inch wheels World Troller: This is a Troll frame fitted with Torque Coupling and S Bicycle Torque Couplings. (
  • The sizes of the wheels vary considerably between different sideways bikes in order for each bike to be adapted to its purposes correctly. (
  • Children's bikes with wheels smaller than 16" may be too small for the racks on buses. (
  • Manufacturers of balance bicycles say that children can learn to bicycle faster because they learn to balance and countersteer first and then to pedal later, and that training wheels slow learning because kids become too dependent on them, acquiring bad habits. (
  • Pediatricians say that there is no evidence that children learn to bike faster without training wheels. (
  • The first generation bikes had wire wheels. (
  • To navigate through the site, click on the links in the frame on the left, which include our trip itinerary, a photo gallery with pictures that were added while we were on the road, links to various bike sites, and a contact page. (
  • The most important part of the bicycle is the diamond-shaped frame, which links the components together in the proper geometric configuration. (
  • The frame provides strength and rigidity to the bicycle and largely determines the handling of the bicycle. (
  • The product names are printed on the bicycle frame. (
  • The bicycle included NiCd batteries that were built into a frame member and included an 850 g permanent-magnet motor. (
  • The largest prize ever won on a Canyon bike went to Nairo Quintana, who won the 2014 Giro d'Italia, riding an Ultimate CF SLX frame for the road stages and a Speedmax CF for the time trials. (
  • 2007 Project 0.05: A triathlon bike that features very low levels of wind resistance thanks to solutions such as brakes integrated into the frame and a drink system integrated into the handlebar. (
  • In 1973 Kastan decided he would weld a bicycle frame for his son as a Christmas gift that same year. (
  • Customers can choose the colors of their frame and personalize their bike. (
  • There is a device available that connects from the stem to the seat post, to provide a top tube equivalent suitable for mounting in these carriers for step-through frame bicycles that do not have a top tube. (
  • For track competitions, the elements of the bicycle frame may be tubular or solid, assembled or cast in a single piece in any form (including arches, cradles, beams or any other). (
  • Yamaguchi Bicycles is a custom bike frame builder in Rifle, Colorado. (
  • Several basic types are available: Floor pumps Frame-mounted Compact or mini Foot-operated Double-action Blast or tubeless In its most basic form, a bicycle pump functions via a hand-operated piston. (
  • The A2B (formerly Ultramotor) company launched the metro in 2009, the first specially designed bike frame for electric motors. (
  • clarification needed] Marin was an early adopter and innovator of full-suspension systems and titanium frame construction for mountain bikes. (
  • allowing the bicycle to be locked via the frame (see bicycle parking rack). (
  • The Paper Bicycle utilizes a powder-coated cromo-steel frame that is fabricated in Taiwan and finished in Scotland. (
  • The most popular form of the safety bicycle frame, consisting of two triangles, is known as a diamond frame. (
  • Dan Albone Bicycle frame History of the bicycle Recumbent bicycle List of motorcycles of 1900 to 1909 Brown, Sheldon. (
  • Fork steerer tubes may be threaded or unthreaded, depending on the headset used to attach the fork to the rest of the bicycle frame. (
  • Often, they would also feature a sign advertising the business concerned, which would be attached within the main triangle of the bicycle frame. (
  • That first bicycle designed by Montague was dubbed the "Montague BiFrame" for its patented Concentrus system, which unites the two parts of the frame with concentric seat tubes, one nested inside the other. (
  • This system allows a bike with a full-size wheel and frame to fold in half without cutting any structural tubes, maintaining the structural integrity of the bike. (
  • The basic shape and configuration of a typical upright or "safety bicycle" , has changed little since the first chain-driven model was developed around 1885. (
  • an elderly person on an upright roadster might do less than 10 km/h (6.2 mph) while a fitter or younger person could easily do twice that on the same bicycle. (
  • Bicycle features that enhance commuting include racks or panniers for storage, battery or dynamo-powered lights for increased visibility, mudguards or fenders to minimize the impact of inclement weather, a chain guard to protect clothing, and an upright sitting position for increased visibility. (
  • Spoon brakes were used on penny farthings with solid rubber tyres in the 1800s and continued to be used after the introduction of the pneumatic-tyred safety bicycle. (
  • It is not known when the first bicycle pump was invented, but it is believed to have been in or around 1887, which is when the first inflatable tire or pneumatic tire was produced by John Boyd Dunlop of Scotland. (