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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Cycling Site! These are the top ten articles that your Cycling Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. How to Drive around Cyclists
Have you ever noticed that motorists tend to copy the behavior of the driver in front of them? Do your part in keeping cyclists safe on our roads by being a bike-friendly driver and following the tips and techniques in this article.
2. Bicycle Size and Fit
Itís very important that your bicycle fits you properly in order to ride comfortably, safely and without hurting yourself. This article provides information on choosing the right size bicycle for you and making sure it fits you properly.
3. Bicycle Safety
Riding a bike is nearly a fundamental part of childhood in America, yet many of us never learned the basics of riding safely and in a manner that keeps us and those around us from getting hurt. This article will give you the basic information you need to ride safely.
4. Bicycling Advocacy Organizations
Those of us who bicycle owe a great deal to the many organizations around the country that promote cycling, find funding for trails, and encourage communities to welcome cyclists. The organizations in this article are just a few worthy of your attention.
5. Simple Exercises for Cyclists
Athletes know that cross-training is one of the best ways to maintain overall fitness, increase strength and enhance performance. The same is true for the rest of us. These simple strength-training exercises can help ensure your cycling experiences are the best they can be.
6. Starting Over as an Adult Cyclist
Are you way past childhood, but want to get back on a bike? Read on for motivation and helpful hints to get you back in the saddle and riding again.
7. Essential Bike Tools
While itís not necessary to have an entire bike mechanicís shop on hand when you ride, there are a few tools that every cyclist needs in order to handle emergencies on the road.
8. Adjusting Your Bike Saddle (Seat)
It doesnít matter if you buy the most perfect bike seat in the world. If your saddle isnít properly adjusted, it still wonít be comfortable.
9. Bicycle Tour Types
There are just a few basic types of bicycle tours, with infinite variations on the themes. This article describes those basic types to give you a starting place for beginning your trip planning.
10. Fixing a Flat Bicycle Tire
Itís inevitable: at some point in time during your life as a cyclist youíll get a flat tire and have to fix it on the road. The tips in this article will help you be prepared for that eventuality.
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