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Is Gatorade Good for You? Uses, Benefits and Downsides for Cyclists
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Gatorade is the world's largest sports drink manufacturer, with a share of almost half the global sports drink industry.  Gatorade has an extensive ...

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How to Clean and Lube Your Bike Chain for Best Results
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Regular chain maintenance is vital for keeping your bike running smoothly. The use of lubricant to reduce friction and the chain's position close to the ...

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How to Lubricate Your Mountain Bike to Keep It Running Smoothly
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Learning how to lubricate your mountain bike correctly will help extend the lifespan of your components and keep your bike running smoothly on each ...

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How to Choose a Kids’ Bike: Buying a Bike Your Child Will Love to Ride
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Image source: REI.com Choosing a kids' bike can be intimidating, with half a dozen size options and different types of materials, components, and ...

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How to Learn to Ride a Bike as an Adult
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Many people don’t get to ride a bike until they have reached adulthood and although this may seem strange, it’s not that rare. For various reasons, some ...

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How to Teach a Kid to Ride a Bike: Easy Steps to Follow
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Teaching your child how to ride a bike can be stressful and frustrating if you don't familiarize yourself with the most effective process.  Cycling ...

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Mountain Biking Etiquette: 11 Unspoken Trail Riding Rules
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Trail riding has gained popularity over the past few years and is enjoyed by beginner and professional mountain bikers alike. But, because of all the ...

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Complete Mountain Bike Suspension Guide: Explaining Basic Concepts and Adjustments
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Image source: cannondale.com Bike suspension is one of the most complicated topics in cycling. It would take a university degree to understand all the ...

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Easy DIY Bike Fit: 4 Areas to Improve for a More Comfortable Ride
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Image: retul.com Before you begin riding your new bike, or before doing a long ride of any kind, it's essential to perform a basic DIY bike fit.  ...

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Does Your Gravel Bike Need a Dropper Post?
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Image: allcitycycles.com Dropper posts are adjustable seatposts that move up and down to change the saddle's height. They operate using a lever placed at ...

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Complete Beginner’s Guide to Training with a Power Meter
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Image: stagescycling.com Since their introduction in the late 1980s, power meters (PM) have revolutionized how cyclists train and race.  The ...

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How to Choose the Perfect Bike Helmet for Your Style of Riding
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Image: REI.com Using a bike helmet that fits perfectly and matches your riding style over one that doesn't can reduce the likelihood of head injury from a ...

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