Do BMX Bikes have Brakes?

Do BMX bikes have brakes

Those new to BMX may be wondering – do BMX bikes have brakes? Most types of bikes, such as mountain bikes, have brakes – for a good reason, as it would be somewhat dangerous not to – but are BMX bikes different? Yes and no. BMX riding differs from standard bicycle riding, but safety rules … Read more

Motorcycle Seat: Gel vs. Memory Foam

Motorcycle seat gel vs memory foam

When it comes to motorcycle seats, it’s not a case of one fits all. Comfort is key for all motorcycle riders, and the type of seat a rider opts for may depend on the nature of their journey. For example, some riders prefer hard models for long-distance rides. Also, the ideal bike seat often depends … Read more

How much does a BMX Bike weigh?

How much does a bmx bike weigh

The weight of a BMX bike is important because it is designed to be aerodynamic. It also aims to suitably carry riders of all sizes and weights, so it needs to be sturdy. So sturdy must mean heavy, right? Wrong. Many riders will factor in how much a BMX bike weighs when looking to buy … Read more

Fat Bike vs Mountain Bike

Fat Bike vs MTB

Fat bikes are the newest craze in outdoor biking, and it’s easy to see why. Fat bikes offer a unique experience to help riders go places they never thought possible. Not to mention, fat bikes are just plain fun to ride!  On the flip side, mountain bikes are known for their durability and ruggedness, making … Read more

Motorcycle Tire: Tube vs Tubeless

Motorcycle tire tube vs tubeless

Wondering what the difference between a tube and a tubeless tire is? In short, a tubed tire maintains air pressure in a separate, thinner rubber tube positioned between the tire and the rim. Tubeless tires, on the other hand, don’t use such tubes. Instead, they create a strong seal with the rim of your wheel … Read more

Mountain Bike Helmet vs Road Bike Helmet

MTB vs Road Helmet

Helmets are vital as they reduce the risk of brain injury and death by taking the brunt of the crash impact. However, choosing a fitting helmet is just as crucial as wearing one. This article will look at the two most common types of bike helmets – Road bike helmets and mountain bike helmets. What … Read more

How to Mount Women’s Bike on Bike Rack

How to mount women's bike on bike rack

If you’re an outdoor enthusiast driving your bicycles off-road, you could greatly benefit from a durable mounted rack. However, mounting a women’s bike on a car bike rack is a bit challenging.  So, before you hit the road, you should know how to mount your bike. Continue reading this article to learn the step-by-step procedure … Read more

Commuting with a Mountain Bike

commuting with a mountain bike

Commuting with a mountain bike isn’t impossible. However, it would be best to consider your terrain when picking the right bike for commuting, as mountain bikes make a better choice for rough terrains. If you don’t plan to ride your mountain bike on bumpy and challenging terrains, consider making basic modifications for a better and … Read more

Can You put Fat tires on any Bike?

Can you put fat tires on any bike

If you’re a fan of fat bikes, you probably know they have wide fat tires, also known as fat tires, because they’re 4-5 inches wide. On the other hand, mountain bikes feature tires that aren’t as wide. They range between 2 and 2.5 inches in width. Many people prefer fat tires over regular ones because … Read more

Is a Recumbent Bike good for Bad Knees?

Is a recumbent bike good for bad knees

Whether you have a knee injury and can’t put too much pressure on your joints or are struggling with osteoarthritis, a recumbent bike will significantly improve your exercise routine.  Yes, recumbent bikes are good for bad knees because its reclined position puts less stress on your knees and joints. Recumbent bikes place their rider in … Read more