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Mountain bike purchase skills, how to choose their favorite mountain bike

2018-03-02 14:24:00

Thanks to thick non-slip tires and inflatable shock absorbers, mountain bikes can travel easily even in the most difficult areas. A mountain bike helps you get deeper into the wilderness faster, and it's sometimes easier to get there on it than on foot. Here are some things you should know before buying a mountain bike.


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There are two main types of mountain bikes: full suspension and hard tail. Full-suspension mountain bikes have shock absorbents at the front and rear, which make them less difficult to ride on rough roads, and they are also the most expensive. Hardtail mountain bikes only have a suspension on the front fork, this type of mountain bike is more durable and does not require frequent maintenance, so for most people, it is a good choice.


Mountain bikes have two braking methods: wheel brake or disc brake. Unless you are an expert, it is best to choose wheel braking. This kind of car is the most common and the easiest to maintain.


When you pedal, it is the various parts of the car (transmission and other turning parts) that help you move forward, and if you buy a car with poor quality parts, you are likely to not ride very long.


Choose a car that suits your height. The most important measure is to look at the lift. Stand in front of the car, grab the handlebars above the frame, and lift the car. See how high you can lift the car. It should be at least a few inches, so it's easy to get on and off. The height also makes the car easier to maneuver. Be sure to choose a car that is the right height and can adjust the height of the seat so that the seat can be adjusted as you grow.


Try on as many models as you can before buying a car. Try to make sharp turns and ride fast. Also try to ride some roads, paying special attention to turning and shifting gears.

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