Classic Bike Size Guide

CLASSIC BIKE RIDE

If you want to buy a bike ride Classic has to take into account aspects such as the size of the bike geometry that defines the riding position of the bike, the quality of the components, important to ensure the durability of it and other aspects such as marches, needed to climb hills with ease, other important aspects are the total weight and accessories included.

To purchase an online bike we must also take into account other aspects such as packaging format, the necessary tools and as the bicycle, ie which components are disassembled and what not, if it is difficult assembly or ships need ride in a bike shop, for it is very useful to have a bicycle assembly video.

Classic Bike Size Guide 1

Bike Sizes

The size of a bicycle is indicated both as the diameter of the wheels the picture, it is also important to take into account the margin of maneuver that allows the saddle to raise and lower it , usually recommended for each bike model heights are published on the sheet.

Wheels ride bikes are usually 2 measures 26 “and 28” recommended for people under 1,65mts bicycle with wheels 26 inches high, but it is important as we have indicated, pay attention to the size of the box

Pictures bike ride, are measured from the center of the bottom bracket (the axis of the pedals) to the seat lock (where the seat or the seat tube is fixed) this measure can give us an idea of ​​the size of the box but it is important to consider equally the geometry.

The bicycle frame is steel structure that supports the rest of the components and the geometry of the same indicates the style of driving, can be a form of traditional Dutch bicycle , large and with a slight backward tilt will allow us to go with an upright driving or geometry classic Italian bike smaller and manageable but for a very comfortable ride without going so straight back.

Classic Bike Size Guide 2

Bike Components

To choose a good bike ride is very important to consider all components as the low -priced bicycles are usually fitted with very basic parts for more intensive use, can give us problems, here are some of the most important components for good long – term operation of the bicycle:

The picture shows bicycle reflectors, there touring bikes with steel frame or aluminum frame, a steel frame is the best choice for long – term bicycle urban ride, steel is flexible, can be repaired and stands up very well over time, classic aluminum bikes are lighter but have lower life, and less flexibility which are suitable formountain bikes , but not both ride bikes.

The wheels are made ​​of tires in this best case of aluminum, can be single wall or double wall, which better withstand the impact of blows and remain centered more easily, there are also wheels, brighter steel, durable and robust, but too heavy, other aspects are the radii, highly advisable stainless steel spokesto avoid oxide therein which is very common, another important thing are the hubs or wheel axles, which may be of steel or aluminum, and sealed better latter.

Classic Bike Size Guide 3

Speed ​​or speed?

If you buy a bike ride and your city has no cost, the the more simple bikes better, but if you buy an urban bike for a more intensive use and live in a city like Madrid, you will need a bike with marches you can now use softer speed to meet the slopes in comfort.

The Dutch bikes come equipped regularly with a single speed, but is also very common to see bikes retro in northern Europe with marches incorporated into the hub (such as Shimano Nexus3) gear in axle of the rear wheel are more expensive but have three fundamental advantages, do not need any maintenance, you can shift gears at astandstill and are much more resistant to shocks.

The usual changes in classic bikes are external with 6 or 7 speed in changing rear sprocket and a single plate, for urban use is not necessary to have more speed.

Equipment

Another aspect to consider when buying a classic bike ride are included accessories such as the crowbar, the chain guard, the carrier or carrying baskets, lights etc, if you are looking for a bike ride classic style detail important is the seat of traditional springs or handles or leather cuffs.

 

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