This is my part in the biking community. I started rediscovering my bike I had with me for a few years, last year, and since then, it surprises me every time I ride it. Lets’ go on a journey together (pun intended) and learn more about how to take care, and love our bikes on the way.
This is the second part in last week’s Traffic Rules post that I originally did not intent to write. But seeing more about ‘cyclists’ and how they conduct themselves on the roads, that prompted me to make it.
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Today on The Bike Nerd, we talk about traffic rules for bikes. Yep they exist. Read on…
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Last week, I joined my cycling group for a ride in the trails. Basically off-road riding. while on the ride, I quickly realised that its not for me, and my bike.
Continue reading “Off-road mishap”
Here’s the second (and final) part of the drivetrain maintenance series. I successfully managed to fix the problems I was facing that I talk about in the previous post. Continue reading “Drivetrain Maintenance – Part 2”
I successfully completed my first ride with CNG, a local cycling group that I very recently joined.
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I was recently reading about what is the correct saddle height for a rider and also about the benefits it can have. But, it was not until I actually tried to apply it on my bike that I really understood how important it is.
Continue reading “Is it worth finding the right saddle height?”
Hey guys, I missed you so much, and biking for that matter for the past few weeks. I know I haven’t exactly been punctual with my posts recently, but I am gonna try my best to do that now. And, I have a ton of things to share with you guys, so stick around!
Continue reading “I joined a biking group (and why I didn’t post for so long)”
Going through a local biking club’s Facebook page last week, I came across people posting their trip stats from something called “STRAVA”. The sheer number of those posts lead me to search for it and it has turned out to be a great tool in tracking trips I make on my bike.
Continue reading “STRAVA : A great app I never knew existed.”
I recently bought a bike computer from AliExpress. A branded one at that. Lixada. Never heard of it? Yeah, me too, before I bought the tracker. Its a wireless one, I have no clue about the model number but it cost me about $13 so pretty cheap.
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This is, in my opinion, one of the most important things that you need to do in order to ensure that your bike looks and feels like a new one (maybe even better).
Continue reading “My Bike Cleaning Process”