Mountain Biking Guide

Mountain Biking Guide

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A mountain bike is a bicycle specifically designed to withstand the toughness and roughness of a cross country ride. Compared to road bikes and BMX bikes, these mountain bikes usually have broader frames and tires to accommodate the rough road and terrain.

These bikes usually have either front or rear suspension, depending on the preference of the rider. In some cases, both ends have suspensions. These are for the comfort of the rider while he is jostled as he traverses the rough road.

The broader and more knobby tires of the mountain bike are called knobbies because of the bumps and protrusions on them. These bumps or knobs are very efficient in “gripping” the rough terrain and maintaining their hold on the rough road. The smoother tires of road bikes cannot go up a rough road since these will just skid on it.

The advantage of using a mountain bike is that you are physically fit and can go anytime to visit the great outdoors. It gives a great cardiovascular work out for the heart and burns a lot of calories also.

One thing you must remember when you are out biking is to always wear a helmet. The helmet has saved lots of lives already and it just might save your own. Helmets can withstand a pretty severe crash. Even if biking only in the streets near your home, always wear a helmet.

Here is some of what you will find inside the mountain biking app:

How To Choose A Mountain Bike...

Maintenance Of Mountain Bikes...

Mountain Bike Frames...

Mountain Bike Shocks...

Mountain Bike Wheels...

Helmets For Mountain Biking...

Clothing For Mountain Biking...

Extreme Mountain Biking...

So, go ahead and grab your free app on mountain biking now.

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  • (56 stars)

    by jason stevenson on 18/06/2013

    I was reading the tips and saw this " Then you just use the same screws that you took off with the first tire and use them to connect the new tire. "