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Accessories And Their Importance In Mountain Biking


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Submitted 2016-09-06 17:12:33

All adventure sports have their set of must have accessories and gear. Basically these are required to maintain safety and comfort to the riders. Here we get a rough idea of these must have items and what are their uses and importance in mountain biking.

There are a number of mountain biking accessories available in the market at a wide price range. But it's the personal responsibility of those involved in this sport to choose what is extremely important for them and whether it suits their budget. It is also important to carry spare parts depending on the type of bike in question.

Basically the list accessories required for mountain biking depends mostly on the type of bike used and the kind of event, even the time of event contributes in deciding what is required and what is not. Generally all mountain bikers carry helmets and gloves, but serious racers have to carry elbow and knee pads compulsorily as falling off is very common. All these accessories are extremely necessary for the biker's safety.

While participating in overnight events it is extremely important to include headlight and tail light in the must carry list. The headlight illuminates the path ahead, thus allowing you to keep moving, whereas the tail light helps you to stay visible to the riders behind you. These lights are usually operated with the help of batteries charged by generators or re-chargers.

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A well-trained rider who performs stunts and ventures on extreme grounds prefers the fully rigid mountain bike. These bikes have soft rubber tires to increase traction and double ply rims to prevent dents.

They also carry an extra set of tires to avoid delay due to flat tires. Kick stands are mostly removed to prevent accidents. Most bikers know which rides and what style of riding results in the most punctures. Most of them carry the AFP micro pump a great light weight piece of equipment that ensures you can get back up and biking in no time!

Nowadays using end pieces on the handlebars has become a common practice, since major falls are very common in mountain biking. These end pieces prevent the hollow bars from puncturing in the event of a fall. Generally these end pieces can be fitted on straight or slightly bent handlebars and not on curved or racing handlebars.

Nowadays there are many mountain bike resorts offering their services to these thrill seekers. Unlike ski resorts, these mountain bike resorts have special lifts to elevate these bikers to the top of the hill, from where they can ride downhill. So once a rider feels he is well trained and has all the required equipment he can venture out the slopes and enjoy the thrill.



Author Resource:- Noah Williams from AFPCYCLING is an expert when it comes to all things cycling. Click here to find out more about AFPCYCLING's new bike pump that they recently released on Amazon.


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