Published at Monday, 24 September 2018. Mountain Bikes. By Christian Reynolds.
If your height fits in between two sizes, for example small and medium, both are appropriate for you. If you ride fast and enjoy mostly cross-country style, take advantage of the larger frame (longer wheel base, which provides high-speed stability at the expense of maneuverability). If you ride technical, you should choose a smaller size to easily tackle jumps and bumps at low speeds.
Another important item to have is gloves. A good set of gloves will make the grip on your bike handles more sure and also protect your hands from cuts and scrapes should you take a fall.
Parts of your body that will benefit from training are your legs. Your legs will be the first part of your body in particular that will get tired very quickly. Building up your leg muscles either at the gym or one the bike will help improve your personal and bike fitness quickly.
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