Cycling: What bike suits your lifestyle the best?

By: Leisure Lakes Bikes
LEYLAND, U.K. - April 8, 2021 - PRLog -- Although travelling by car or foot has many advantages, sometimes discovering new locations is limited by these means of transport – this is where bikes come into play. If you're a keen adventurer, a bike can make the world of difference.

In this context, the right bike depends on the type of adventure you plan on going on. One of the most important aspects to consider here is the type of tyres best suited for the bicycle. In order to get the most effective use out of your tyres, they must balance comfort, grip, and speed.

If you're wanting to venture into places with soft surfaces such as mud paths, then gravel bikes are your best option. They use heavy gripping tyres to suit loose paths. Unlike traditional road bikes, this type of wheel will use lower pressure and have more contact with the ground. To add, gravel bikes that need to withstand rough terrain and debris, they too will most likely be heavier than the average bike.

As for cyclists planning a longer trip, a touring bike will be better suited. Touring bikes are often used for several days at a time, so they need to be equipped with certain features, such as a steel frame. This needs to be easy to repair, sturdy, and strong. Since repair shops across the world tend to use steel replacements, if you were to require a replacement, then it should be easy to find no matter where you are. Touring bikes also need enough room for the storage of essentials such as food and clothes, so extra racks and space is another key feature.

Cycling is a great way to make your commute to and from work more sustainable and healthier. It might come as a shock to know that for every kilometre travelled, the average petrol car produces around 120 grams of CO2. So, why not help the environment out and swap the car for a bike?

A Specialized electric bike can travel around 120 miles before needing its batteries plugged in, so don't worry about constantly needing to recharge it either. For the average commuter, this means the battery will only need to be charged once per week. Say goodbye to queuing for the petrol pump!
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