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Riding A Maxxis Ignitor Tyre For The First Time

Changing the tyres on your mountain bike from ones that you are used to and have ridden for a while can be a scary process. Will the new tyres be as grippy as the ones you have been riding and will last? How will they handle when you are riding over rough terrain? These are all valid questions that you have to consider when changing your mountain bike tyres. So what tyres would I consider changing to?

Choosing The Right Mountain Bike Tyre Does Not Have to Be a Difficult Choice

When riding a mountain bike it is important to make sure that you have tyres fitted to your steed that are up to the job that you are going to ask them to do. Cheap tyres or worn tyres will lessen the quality of your ride and may even put your health at risk if they are dangerous. So what should you look out for when fitting new mountain bike tyres to your mountain bike?

How to Improve Mountain Biking Performance

Long-suspension trail bikes (120 mm and above) designed with geometry which allows cross-country biking are the most popular mountain bikes today. Trail bike adjustment, riding style, use of brakes and pedaling, are different from short-suspension bikes. In this article, you will find some tips to take advantage of the trail bikes like: Trek FUEL EX, Merida TRANS MISSION and Giant TRANCE.

How to Choose a Mountain Bike Size

Buying a new mountain bike? Besides choosing the right bike based on your riding style, you should choose the one that fits your body. What should you pay attention on before taking out the wallet?

Bike Lights for Night Riding

Investing in quality LED bike lights will go a long way this winter. The clocks will be going back on Sunday 30th October 2011 and that means only one thing for cyclists, it’s officially light season on the bike! The evenings are drawing in fast and that means there are a lot less daylight hours to fit in a mountain bike ride.