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700c Fixed Gear Bike Manufacturer Introduces The Cycling Technology Of Bicycle Up And Downhill

700c Fixed Gear Bike Manufacturer introduces the riding technology of bicycle up and downhill:


1. Uphill riding should maintain a normal pedaling action, and do not use sudden force. Under normal circumstances, it is not advisable to use standing or pulling riding methods, otherwise, it will consume too much physical strength. When encountering a short-distance slope, you should make full use of the inertia principle of the object's motion, pedal easily, and stand up riding when approaching the top of the slope, increase the speed as much as possible, and create favorable conditions for acceleration downhill. When encountering a long uphill slope, you should adjust the transmission ratio in time according to your physical strength. Don't wait to change the transmission ratio until you can't ride and the speed has completely dropped. Resolutely avoid the phenomenon of restarting. When there is a long slope or a steep slope, you can alternately use the standing riding method, adjust the hard parts, and let some muscles rest.   Do not follow the car too close when going uphill. Due to the force of the uphill, the driving often swings from side to side. If you are too close to the car, a collision may occur. Furthermore, the speed drops significantly when going uphill, and following the car will restrict one's riding method.


2. To achieve the desired effect when riding downhill, you must be brave and witty, bold and careful, and concentrated, keep your eyes on the road in front of you, and be ready to deal with any situation on the road decisively at any time; not only must make full use of the inertial sliding of the car, And dare to take the initiative to pedal and increase the speed.   When turning, the body and the car should be consistent, tilt inward, and the upper body and the car should keep a straight line to overcome the centrifugal force. The angle of inclination depends on the speed and the size of the curve, but generally should not exceed 28 degrees, otherwise, there is a risk of slipping. Control the speed before turning. Use the method of tap brakes to gradually slow down. When braking, use the front and rear brakes as much as possible. The front brakes can be slightly advanced. When using the front brakes, the direction of the front wheels must be consistent with the direction of the car. Otherwise, it will be due to the weight of the rider. The car's inertia was restricted and caused it to fall. Release the gate after entering the curve to avoid unnecessary deceleration. Do not use the back brake too hard on the curve. Otherwise, the car may turn around or slip.