Published at Friday, 14 September 2018. Mountain Bikes. By Kathy Marsh.
When mountain biking, there are different types of equipment needed. First and foremost is the right bike for your body type and riding needs. Going to a store that specializes in mountain bikes and gear is a good idea for anyone just starting out with the sport. In addition to the bike, there is also some essential equipment every rider should have. Since mountain biking takes place on more difficult terrain than traditional cycling, safety gear is especially important in order to reduce the chances of serious injury. The most important item you need is a helmet. A helmet should be the #1 item you get when getting ready to head out on the trail. A helmet will protect your head should you fall in difficult terrain, and since its much easier to fall where the terrain is rough, you absolutely need strong head protection. Don’t skimp when it comes to your helmet.
It comes as no surprise that Marin County, California is the place where mountain biking originated where even used Mountain bikes are on great demand. This county houses the imposing Mount Tamalpais, where there is a trail for everyone, be it a beginner or an experienced dare devil. The Marin bikes have tires with extra traction and state of the art disc braking, located at the center of the wheel, which provides maximum user control and comfort. Not only do they rate high in performance, they also catch your eye with their stunning design and aesthetics.
Alpha, Columbus, Easton Aluminum, and Reynolds are just some of the bike firms that manufacture aluminum alloy frames. These reasonably-priced frames are designed for light weight and corrosion resistance, making these convenient to maintain. Aluminum is also used as it is highly malleable, and can be turned into frames of different shapes. These are also sturdy, and their raised levels of rigidity highly impact the success of integrated full suspension systems. Aluminum alloy frames are available at low cost since the material is naturally abundant.
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