Be fully prepared and you can start on the road.
However, in the process of riding, the following summarized matters should be avoided: 1.
When using the brake improperly, please brake the rear wheel first to avoid falling due to excessive braking force.
The position of the rear brake handle can be changed according to different personal habits.
Before going on the road, professional technicians should be asked to adjust the tightness of the brake line and check the clearance and wear between the brake block and the wheel.
Improper turning mode: the car body will tilt when turning.
At this time, the pedal plate on the inner side should be kept horizontal or placed above to avoid touching the ground.
You should slow down before entering the curve.
It is very dangerous to brake during the turning process.
Wrong way to go uphill and downhill.
Some people will stand up and step on the pedal when riding uphill.
However, this posture should be avoided unless it is a particularly steep slope or needs to accelerate the sprint.
In addition to more physical exertion, the improved Riding Center of gravity leads to poor handling, and the rear wheels are easy to slip.
The correct way should be: when going uphill, move forward in sitting position, lower the upper body, keep the center of gravity, and tread forward with light tooth ratio.
When going downhill, the center of gravity of the body moves back, the body is pressed down, and the thighs clamp the cushion.
Pay attention to the speed control.
The gradual braking method shall be adopted, and emergency braking is strictly prohibited.
If you don’t keep a safe distance, you should keep a safe distance between vehicles at any time if you follow the team for group riding.
During long-distance riding, the front car will be windproofed to facilitate riding; When the road is wide and straight, it is easy to distract the riders.
It is suggested that the distance between riders should be at least one bicycle to ensure safety.
It is well known that the road surface condition on the road with rolled pavement protrusions.
When riding, you need to keep your eyes away from speeding, and observe whether there are obstacles or pits on the road surface.
If you can’t dodge, it’s recommended to pull up the handle and cooperate with the pedal force to make the front wheel jump over.
Reduce the impact force.
When riding with headphones, it is difficult to know the external information, such as the horn sound of the rear vehicle or the reminder of teammates.
It is also easy to cause accidents if the headphone cable is too long.
If you want to listen to music or radio, you can use devices such as loudspeakers.
It is forbidden to wear headphones and listen to music when riding.
Mental distress (physical discomfort) reluctantly on the road.
If you are physically or mentally ill and can’t concentrate, you should plan to move forward in an alternative way or delay the journey to avoid danger.
It is forbidden to force the vehicle failure.
If the vehicle failure cannot be repaired immediately, it shall move forward in other alternative ways or request road rescue.
Especially if the brake or wheel set (tire) and other components are in abnormal conditions, do not ride reluctantly.
Stop riding in bad weather.
In case of typhoon, heavy rain, lightning strike, strong wind and other fierce weather factors, change the itinerary or cancel it.
If you encounter severe weather conditions during the ride, you should wait for the wind and rain to ease before moving forward.
You should also avoid riding at noon (from 12 noon to 2 pm) or at a high temperature of more than 35 degrees Celsius.
You should also replenish water in time.
Do a good job of travel planning to avoid night riding.
Due to the lack of light source of lamp lighting, it can only be used as an auxiliary to remind other passers-by.
It is suggested that the itinerary planning should start early, increase the rest time at noon, and reach the end of today’s journey before the sun sets.
In particular, group riding should avoid riding at night to avoid accidents due to poor vision, unfamiliar roads and other factors…