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Why Buy a Hybrid Bicycle?

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Why Buy a Hybrid Bicycle

Gone are the days when a bicycle simply meant two wheels on a frame. In today’s day an age you have all kinds of bicycles that are suited for different uses. If you have been in the cycling world for a while now, this is fairly normal. However, when you are new to the world of cycles, all these different bicycles – MTBs, Hybrids, Roads etc can seem like quite a bit to take in; it adds to one’s confusion. Not only are there different brands in the market, but there are different categories as well.  

Don’t worry, we have a series of articles on the kind of bicycle, and its ideal scope of usage. This should clear out any confusion, and provide a starting point when it comes to choosing the best bicycle to suit your requirements.  

What is a hybrid bicycle?

A hybrid bicycle, true to its name, is a bicycle that is made combining characteristics from different elements. In this case, characteristics from road bicycles and Mountain bicycles have been combined to form a third category – hybrid bicycles. A hybrid bicycle is a general-purpose bicycle, meant to endure a range of riding conditions and terrain. Their combined characteristics make them stable, comfortable and easy to use.  

What is a Hybrid Bicycle
What is a Hybrid Bicycle

Why buy a hybrid bicycle?

As mentioned earlier, hybrid bicycles are a combination of characteristics such as the flat, straight handlebars and upright seating posture of a mountain bike, which many bicyclists find comfortable and easy to use, and the lighter weight, thinner wheels and smooth tires of road bikes, allowing for greater speed and less exertion when riding on the road. Hybrid bicycles often have places to mount racks and pannier bags, much like a touring bicycle.

If you are a cyclist looking for a versatile bicycle that can be ridden on city roads, highways, bumpy roads and mild trails, a hybrid bicycle is your best option. The wheels on a hybrid are sleeker than MTBs, making the bicycle fast-rolling on roads; at the same time, they have treading, making them ideal for climbs and mild trails.

Hybrid bicycles can be used for long distance rides, endurance riding, comfortable touring, commuting and riding on mild trails and bumpy roads.

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