Published at Friday, 14 September 2018. Mountain Bikes. By Marlene Barry.
If you plan on riding cross-country along different styles of trails, riding a bike can be quite a task. So if you riding over a vast distance up and down hills, along slippery single trail it can be very exhausting on the legs and the lower back.
Mountain biking, as a sport, has increased in appreciation over the past few years, particularly with the upsurge of action sports or 'extreme sports‘. It in addition has enjoyed the sponsorship of environmentally-concerned people, who use such bikes not only for the sport, but also as a method to travel in the outdoors and in the town.
Since the 1970‘s, the sport has grown tremendously and there are now different types of mountain biking for different terrains and purposes. However, the most popular type of mountain biking is still the traditional cross country style, where the rider will generally need to climb and descend a variety of hills on different terrains including paved and dirt terrains.
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