Latest Mountain Bike Reviews
There are mountain bikes, and there are mountain bikes; but which mountain bike is the best? If you are a mountain bike enthusiast, you will surely enjoy this collection of articles from Bicycling.com. Have your fill of reviews of different mountain bike types and models, news and features about mountain biking trails, and loads of information about mountain biking. Articles include titles like The Best Mountain Bikes of 2018, Rocky Mountain National Park Will Open Two Miles of Trail to Mountain Bikes, Illegal Mountain-Bike Trail Raises Questions of Access vs. Conservation, Couple Bikes 10,000 Miles to Watch Olympian Son Compete, and Rinse Your Bike Anywhere With This Genius Hack.
Bike Maintenance by Hilary Stone
If you ride a bike, it's important to take care of it. Whether you use your bike for leisure or triathlon racing, bike maintenance is important - and easy with this section of articles by bike maintenance expert Hilary Stone. The great thing about bicycles is that almost everything is visible and accessible for the home mechanic to deal with, according to Stone. But if you aren't into the fixings or don't have the time, he recommends that you make friends with your local dealer and have your bike serviced every six to twelve months (perhaps more frequently if you ride off road). With a few exceptions, most bike parts are fairly universal in their maintenance whatever discipline they are used for. This website covers trouble-shooting, emergency repairs and bike tools.
Bicycling.com is an online cycling magazine that offers not just biking tips and tricks, but also features articles about travel, bicycle gear, fitness and everything else related to cycling. On the website, one can find bike and paraphernalia reviews, bike skills for riders of every level, training tips, health and nutrition advice, news for and about cyclists, racing news, bike repair and maintenance tricks, cycling videos, and more. Notable articles include 13 Reasons to Get Stoked About E-Bikes, Everything You Never Knew You Wanted to Know About Bananas, 4 Essential Urban Cycling Survival Skills, and I Tried Bike Commuting Every Day For a Week, and This Is What Happened.
Cycling Plus takes pride in being the UK’s number one road cycling magazine. Produced and published by Immediate Media Company Ltd., the magazine is considered the road cyclist’s manual. It offers not just inspiration to cyclists of all levels; it also features various information-rich content on all things cycling. On this resource, one can find articles about biking gear and paraphernalia, health supplements, important goings-on in the world of cycling, and a whole lot more. What sets this magazine apart from the rest is that the whole editorial teamfrom Editor-in-chief Rob Spedding down to technical writer Simon Withersare all bicycle riders and enthusiasts.
Bicycle motocross, also known as BMX, is not just a hobby; it is also an official international sport and is an Olympic event. Tracing its roots in California in the late 1960s, BMX gained traction around the 1970s and became an official international sport in 1993 upon its integration into the International Cycling Union. BMX debuted as an Olympic sport in the Beijing Games in 2008, with Maris Strombergs of Latvia bagging the gold medal in the men’s event and Anne-Caroline Chausson of France winning the gold for the women’s event. BMX is considered the newest of all the Olympic cycling disciplines, with eight participants trying to best each other on a track designed with different obstacles.