Shortly after I turned 7, I left for my first international trip.And just before this trip to Ana, who had worked in my house since always and helped to take care of me, gave me a shoulder bag.It was small, made of jeans with some gold accents.The handle was too long for my body and, so I could use it without dragging, my mother knotted.It was obvious that she would travel with her.Before embarking I got some of my uncle’s sweets that were gracefully placed in the bag.And there we went. Read More
Globoesporte.Com Shows In Detail The Resources Available To Each Competitor During The Race. 2014 Edition Happens Next Saturday (13)
After giving tips on preparing a triathlete, it is time to know a little more about the equipment used in the sport. With the arrival of the Tapajós 2014 Triathlon, an event promoted by the Tapajós Communication System in Santarém, western Pará, next Saturday (13), GloboEsporte.com shows in detail the resources available to each competitor during the race. Read More
Bike culture: Cyclist, an industrial designer with a focus on cycling. So will describe our new blogger itself. Here you get a short presentation by Erik.
Who is Erik N.c?
Unsupported Malmöitisk People from Stockholm. In cycling circles, more known as a ErikEnTum, and Hommus.
You like bikes, why?
Bicycles are as important as food for me. I do not work without them. like, neither the car, public transportation or walk is especially respectable means of transportation. Anyone who can, should ride, both for their own sake and that of others. Cycle, chick pea and love is the only thing that can save us and with love, I mean the feeling you get in your body when you love something as much as his bike. Read More
Ride a bike to go to work, to keep the legs healed, embark on adventures of trails or even to relax … These are some of the many reasons for you to get to your “skinny” and go around, outdoors on two wheels. The bikes are with chatting and when it comes to urban mobility, here’s a good idea to get away from traffic, save money and still stay fit! They say that the first traces of the bicycle as we know it today came from the artboards and Leonardo Da Vinci projects, by the 15 century, although in China there are records of similar contraptions with 2,500 years of age. The German Karl Von Drais, in 19 century, also collaborated with the creation of a toy called celerífero, with two wheels connected by a beam and a handlebar-and many say that it is so, officially, the inventor of the bicycle. The paternity of the invention today is what matters least to a troupe of cyclists, professionals or amateurs very dedicated to this sport that, every day, conquest more followers. They are more concerned with observing the developments of equipment, track bikes, explore new trails, to overcome their limits and still, share on social networks this specific universe (Yes, it exists!). Read More
Anyone with a bike cannot wait they get seasons like spring and summer to be able to go out and take long journeys in the saddle. The bike helps you keep fit, as well as to respect fully the nature. But there are those moments when we reach, after a long journey, a very steep climb, and repent of choosing our beloved bike. Well, today we understand together how best to approach a climb, without having second thoughts or regrets, but indeed, appreciating the benefits it entails.
In Crescents and Monarch hometown Varberg yesterday evening in the bike’s character. Among the video works and a bicycle concert is the highlight of the evening premiere of the tribute film to the wheel, The True Wheel: The Noble Art of Wheel building.
The spoked bicycle wheel is in its simplicity a fascinating engineering master test. Fire souls Per Anders Nilsson and Mikael Forsman is behind The movie The True Wheel: The Noble Art of Wheelbuilding, which has its premiere at Theater Halland Saturday on August 31.The film is targeting spotlight against wheel building and how it is actually going to build a lightweight, round and strong wheels. A series of opposites which are United meddelst wheel, hub and a handful of spokes.
Bike culture: To bicycle commute to work need not be expensive, difficult or uncertain. We offer 10 great advice for those who are looking to set car and start bicycle commute to work instead.
Are you eager to start bicycle commute to work? Good! Do you have a bike, just pumping the tires, lubricate the chain and try to cycle any day of the week, instead of taking the car or public transport. Read the advice below and you will receive both practical advice and inspiration.
- Start gently taking the bike one way and then take a bus or train home.Do the opposite the next day.
- Invest heavily not on bike 5 days a week directly if you have not ridden in a while.Start with a day of the week and see how it feels. Increase the number of days slowly. Recovery takes time. Don’t you have cycled past so you can expect a sore rump the first time.
- Don’t buy new everything, bicycle and clothing, unless you are sure that you will continue to bicycle commute.Use your current bike to see if bike commuting is something for you.
For beginners and professional cyclists, the odometer is a valuable tool to learn about parameters such as travel times, distances and speed of your cycle ride. This guide provides useful information for orientation in the world of bicycle odometer and purchase the model that best suits your needs.
What is it for
There are many people who frequently go up while riding a bicycle, both for sports as a daily habit. For example, many people use bikes to go grocery shopping, do small errands or – the lucky ones – go even in the workplace.
The bicycle odometer is a small device that can be useful to all the regulars on two wheels, from amateur sports to the simple amateur. Of course, for professional athletes and for those dedicated to this task, the odometer is an indispensable accessory like helmets (indexdotcom.com).
There are many types of bike computer, ranging from simple, basic functions, the most technological and multi-parameter. The first can be regarded as useful gadgets, while others are expensive devices that contain within them multiple functions sometimes quite complex.