Saturday, 6 July 2013

5 blogposts for a road cycling beginner

Meeting a rider out on the road today and assisting with a few bits of saddle positioning (height + fore/aft), it reminded me that there is quite a lot to learn when you are a new cyclist.  It was my primary reason for starting this blog and sharing things that I had picked up along the way.  

When you get a new bike, it's really important to get a few things sorted quickly.  Namely, your contact points, your saddle bag and how to fix a puncture!

These five blogposts below, will help fast track you on the key things you need to do, to get your new steed set-up and to equip you with the tools and tips you need to get back up and running quickly, if you get a flat.
  1. Getting the right saddle position.  Blog here.
  2. Getting the right saddle height.  Blog here.
  3. Tips for saddle comfort.  Blog here
  4. 10 tips for replacing an inner tube.  Blog here.
  5. 10 things to carry on your bike in your saddle bag.  Blog here.

1 comment:

  1. I must say, I thought this was a pretty interesting read when it comes to this topic. Liked the material. . . . . electric bikes​