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Archive for April, 2011

After you have decided on the type and cost of your bike it is very important to be properly measured and fit so it works well with your body style.

Bike Seat by Corey Schaffer Choosing a Triathlon Bike #6: – Getting a Proper Bike Fit

This is the 6th tip in our series: “7 Road Bike Shopping Basics” which is also available as a FREE eBook at www.GearedUp.biz/ebooks/7-road-bike-shopping-basics.

Too often people buy a bike and try to start riding in whatever default position it is in. This quickly leads to sore necks, shoulders, backs and knee injuries. Remember, riding is supposed to improve your health, not hinder it! The salesperson should help you with the proper bike fitting and adjustments when you buy the bike. However, if you purchase a used bike, or you need to make your own adjustments at home, here are some rules to follow:

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Choosing a Triathlon Bike #5: The Test Drive

Posted by Angie On April 4th

Once you’ve found a trustworthy bike shop and you’ve decided on a bike that fits your style, riding goals, and price range…

Triathlon Bike 3 Choosing a Triathlon Bike #5: The Test Drive

This is the 5th tip in our series: “7 Road Bike Shopping Basics” which is also available as a FREE eBook at www.GearedUp.biz/ebooks/7-road-bike-shopping-basics.

…it’s time for the fun part… the test drive!

At the bike shop, there are several checks you should do with the salesman to ensure that you get an accurate feel for the bike on your test drive. Here is a good checklist to follow:

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