The main problems of bicycle riding

Increasingly bicycle riding is an option that provides more people as a means of transport. Many bikes circulating large cities and small towns and villages. We inform you on how to maintain them. It riding a bicycle around town is becoming an option that includes more and more people. There are many advantages: simple, cheap, no spent fuel and does not pollute. We offer tips for good maintenance.

It riding a bicycle around town is becoming an option that includes more and more people. There are many advantages: simple, cheap, no spent fuel and does not pollute. We offer tips for good maintenance.

 

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The main problems of bicycle riding
Although increasing the use of bicycles, to gradually generates awareness and habit of this transport is more widespread. In large cities, it is often not easy coexistence among all circulating it: bicycles , pedestrians, motorists, buses, cars … A van slowly enabling spaces to promote the use of bicycles , and it is half practical, economical transportation, it does not consume and does not pollute the environment. However, for the bikes there are still drawbacks are gradually resolving thing, but in many cases may represent a risk when circular:


“It’s interesting that you can go by following these tips to keep your bike in good condition to be a means of effective and efficient transportation for longer.”
 Lack of driver education. And especially to the bike . A slowly, many cities are appearing bike lanes, and slowly, pedestrians are also respecting this space for bicycles.
 Poor condition of the road. It must be said that sometimes, a small sinkhole in the road that is virtually nil if you drive, for bicycles can be a reason for a fall.
 Maintenance of bicycles. In this article we will place particular emphasis on this aspect, and we propose a series of measures for the maintenance of bicycles with the dual purpose of:
 Enhance safety when driving on the bicycle as a vehicle
 Encouraging response to any unforeseen bicycles

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