Hi there! I use to mountain bike but now I do road. I have over 14 years experience and I can answer almost any riding or technical questions you may have. This is such a fun and healthy sport to get into, thatís why I'm here to help anyone who has any questions on it ~ Thanks and donít be shy to ask me!
I have many years of biking experience and Iím proud to say only 2 wipe outs! (maybe 3). Now I ride for fun and long distances with my new bike that I built up myself. My ride is a 2009 ECLIPSE Sheriff (AN6 HT1). I have entered numerous races and biking events and have learnt skills, tricks, techniques and the know how to be an efficient rider.
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Been cycling for many years. Part of annual Regional Police Bicycle Rodeo. Active participant of group ride club.
I LOVE biking!
I think i've done and learnt it all. I've jumped it, raced it, broke it, snaped it, twisted it, tried it, cracked it, dented it...
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I've tried allot of products & bike parts so if you want my opinion ask me. If I don't know the answer I will find it for you!
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Hi Jared, I've never done super long bike rides like you have but when I do events I carry light compact foods that provide energy and carbs like granola bars, rasins and trail mix. I looked on Google
Hi Gabe, Sorry for the late reply. Usually the clearance should be 2" for a male rider from the top bar when standing. Reason being is so that you have better control over the bike. This is one
Hi there, Yes it is possible I have seen them before but from what I understand they are expensive. I will include a link that I found for you with details and information about them. http://www
Hello As long as you can lock the frame your ok. Also, here's a tip for regular bikes. Lock the frame and the REAR wheel! I've seen people lock the frame to thr front wheel but the thing is
In looking at the Fezzari it's a hell of a bike. It has lots of good parts but I have a question/suggestion. Can you do your own maintenance on disk breaks? Disc brakes are only optimal when it rains.