Mountain Bike Learning Center
Bike accessories are meant to make life easier or more interesting for the biker with simple side saddle additions for storing important tools or headlamps, flashers, or possible just a tachometer.
Bike gear is a rather generic term that can refer to anything you bring on a biking trip to be sure that you’re prepared for the conditions you will encounter like a poncho, sunscreen, pads, a map and the like.
Bike parts can refer to nearly anything that has to do with your bike from the wheels on up to the seat, but usually it is used in conjunction with one of the different tool systems like the hexagon nut system.
A bike rack is, potentially although not always, a grid setup of poles and troughs that are locked into place and anchored on the roof frame of a car in order to safely lock your bikes into place for distance transportation.
A bike shop exists where there is the proper trisection of business, tourism, and great trails so that they can sell tools, food and water along with the most important thing: information.
Kids’ bikes are small rigid frames on generally small than 26 inch wheels that are able to be customized to have training wheel attached on the side so that the child can learn the fundamentals of bike riding.
The mountain bike is a single rider two wheel contraption that is used to accelerate the individual rider along a path or course that is difficult or along rough terrain by making in comfortable with suspension systems.
The road bike is the suspension lacking variant of the mountain bike that is used to compete in races with maximum efficiency while also allowing touring off all sorts of paved terrain for the amateur.