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As cyclists, we have all experienced discomfort from bicycle saddles when we started out to ride. Be it post ride soreness, or even feeling uncomfortable while riding. Many of us have dismissed it saying that it is common, and we will ‘get over it’. Sometimes, the discomfort does go away, but often it can pinpoint to something that needs to be changed. Here are common issues with bicycle saddles, what they are and how you can rectify them.
Bicycle tire pressure is often one of the most overlooked aspects of cycling that a beginner addresses, and this could lead to an overall compromise on performance and comfort in addition to faster wear and tear of one’s tires and multiple punctures. When this occurs, the first thing that comes to mind would be to question the quality of the tires, and not the fact that continuous use of the bicycle with incorrect tire pressure is what could be a contributing factor. This article will address the importance of the right tire pressure keeping in mind the rider’s weight, the kind of bicycle and the type of tires used. Read on for more.
Shimano Altus is an MTB groupset is just above Tourney on the MTB component hierarchy chart. Even though Altus is labelled as a basic level componentry, this is the beginning of performance focused gears and other parts which are lighter and better in design.
Shimano Tourney is the most basic component available in Shimano’s hierarchy of groupsets. It is also the most widely seen groupset, especially derailleurs on budget bicycles. From Road, to MTB to Hybrids; The Tourney is seen on all these categories of bicycles. For the Indian market, this is perhaps the most popular groupset with 6/7-Speed gearing options. Read on to know more about this Tourney groupset in detail.
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