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Types of Road Bicycles You will ask yourself a couple of questions when it comes to buying a bike. The questions will be who you ride with, the bike you rode in the past that you either liked or disliked and what you would like to do with your new bike. Get a bike that is similar to that of your friends if you will be riding on similar terrains and bikes have different capabilities. To start with, road bikes are used on very smooth roads so that they can be driven quickly. The tires are delicate and thin while the handlebars are ‘drop’. People find it unstable and uncomfortable when these light bikes are used not used on pavements as they are only great on pavements. These bikes cannot be used to carry heavy loads. The next bike being reviewed is the Cylocross bicycle. They can be used on different kinds of roads making them a special kind of road bike. The bike is good for riding on paved, unpaved, grass or glass roads. These bikes have the same ‘drop’ handlebars as road bikes. The wide tires are to provide for better off road traction. Mud build up in the frame is prevented by a special kind of brake system that the bike has. Due to their versatility, durability, and ability to carry light loads they are a favorite of many. The other kind of road bikes are touring bikes. Besides from being made to be used on pavements they are used for long distance riding. Drop handlebars are designed to increase comfort ability. For cargo racks and fenders, they have mounting bolts. The next bike for review is the Triathlon trial bicycles. Aerodynamic properties are maximized in their design. The aerodynamic properties are seen in the handlebars design that requires one to crouch thus overcoming wind resistance. These bikes tend to have a staggered start and it can delay people, therefore, they cannot be used for mass races. Flat-Bar Road Bicycles have the major advantages of road bikes which are lightweight, flat or upright handlebars and relatively narrow tires for efficiency when riding on pavements. High performance without drop handlebars are the features of this bike and it is a good choice for people looking for such features. They can be used on unpaved roads as some accommodate wider tires and can be mounted with cargo racks and fenders making them great for commuting.
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For riding on rough road trails Mountain Bicycles are designed for this. To enable riding on steep places, their handlebars are flat or upright with a low gear range.Getting Down To Basics with Bikes