7 Sins of Cyclists

Apr 6th 2017

Your instruction manual probably doesn't come with these common "sins" cyclists make on the regular. Want a list of how to avoid being a terrible bicycle owner? Here you go!Not Checking Your Bike Before You RideAir? Lube? Weather conditions? Brakes? Front/Rear wheel quick releases? You need to check your bike and your gear before you set out on your ride. You could be avoiding some nasty headaches further down the road. Making sure you've got all the right gear and your bike is in condition to suit your ride is not just making sure all your ducks are in a row, it's also to ensure your safety. …
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What is Trending In The Bike World?

Posted by Kitty on Dec 30th 2014

Winter? What winter? We are from sunny Southern California and winter here is what people from other parts of the world consider spring weather. We have the best biking weather conditions all year long but there are other places in the world. We got that. Therefore: Enough of the bragging!Winter will be fading away soon enough, and bikers all over the country will be looking for the first signs of dry ground so that they can take their two-wheeled rides out of hibernation and hit the trails. Whether you're an off-road biker, itching to hit the back roads and mountain trails or you're an on-roa …
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Why Is The Frame The Most Important?

Posted by Kitty on Sep 26th 2014

Why Is The Frame The Most Important? When you look at a bicycle, it's easy to see that the frame is the most important part of this vehicle. Not only is the frame the one that holds the entire bike up and together and allows you to sit on and steer it, but it also attests to the quality of the materials used. A frame can often be the defining factor in whether or not a bicycle will win you a race, keep you comfortable, or get you from point A to point B safely.Bicycle frames are made of Alloy, Chromoly Steel, Carbon fiber or Titanium. Carbon Fiber is the lightest material, followed by titanium …
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A Triathlon Training Equipment Guide

Posted by Kitty on Aug 25th 2014

Are you a first time triathlete who is looking for the best bike for training? Are you a veteran triathlete who is just looking for new bike equipment? Do you need assistance finding the right bikes for triathlons? There are many different brands and kinds of triathlon bikes available at your disposal, but choosing the right one can be hard. This article will assist you in choosing the right bike equipment for your triathlon needs and, if you are a beginner triathlete, how to start training for your very first triathlon.A Triathlon Training Equipment GuideEquipment NeedsFirst and foremost, esp …
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Top 7 Women Specific Road Bikes

Posted by Kitty on May 31st 2014

We all know that one of the most important aspects when selecting a road bike is comfort, so for women, why even look at a bike that was designed with a man’s body in mind? Forget about it! We want a bike designed for our body structures and to that end Bike Attack has put together a list of the top road bikes just for women. The following bikes will cover all different price ranges so there is something for everyone. Bike Attack’s team rides and rates every one of these bikes making their selection based on the best quality, performance and value for dollar. Here's our top 7 women specific ro …
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