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Bicycle Accessories
« on: June 28, 2020, 12:59:36 PM »
Useful Bicycle Accessories

Drink Up
The next essential is a water bottle, with a cage for holding it on your bike. If you ride with much gusto, it's easy to go through a full water bottle or more each hour. Your body's the engine. It needs liquid lubrication. Not only does perspiration cause fluid loss, but a lot of moisture is exhaled as you roll along. A lot of racers use large bottles, and carry two or more bottles on their bikes. There are even water-carrying systems which can be carried on your back. Your dealer can help you decide what is best.

Stuff to Wear
You can wear most anything to ride a bike. But, clothes especially designed for riding are a wonder. In terms of comfort and function, top-quality bicycle apparel is incredibly well-matched to the task of riding.
In order of priority, apparel-related purchases could be a helmet and shoes (which we've already discussed), gloves, and some sort of eye protection. The helmet and gloves top the list, because they help to protect you from the ground in case of a fall. Eye protection, such as goggles, keeps bugs and dirt out of your eyes, which also has safety implications. Shoes are so darned practical that they can't be ignored either. Beyond that, there's a whole world of dazzling clothes that can help make you a more efficient, more comfortable, and safer rider.

Equipment Checklist:
Things You'll Need - "For All Kinds of Riding"


Bike Bag

Patch Kit

Spare Tube

Minimum Tools


Tire Pressure Gauge

Water Bottle and Cage

Cycling Shoes

Cycling Gloves


Cycling Shorts

Cycling Jersey

Cycling Jacket



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Re: Bicycle Accessories
« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2020, 01:00:48 PM »
Super brother.

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