What to Know When You Want to Get a New Bike (part 1)

For newcomers who are thinking about cycling, the choice of a bike is not about style, design, but it depends on the purpose of the bike, the budget to buy it, and the configuration. So what are the criteria when you buy a bike? Let’s find out what newbies need to know when they intend to buy a bike!


Mountain bicycles (MTB)

If you are a cyclist, or simply prefer the bunker sized bike, terrain bike will be the choice for you. Mountain bikes have bigger, thicker wheels with lots of interlocking spikes to aid in overcoming obstacles, so run fast on potholes or crushed rock. just a small thing. Besides, you should choose Hardtail terrain vehicle (1 fork) will help bring comfort and convenience to carry things than the 2-fork (Full-suspension). However, mountain bike lines are usually heavier so it takes more effort to cycle.

Road Bike

Contrary to the street and mountain bike, road bicycles generally focus on speed, suitable for those who love the feeling of surfing at high speed. However, most road bikes have a pair of wheels so fragile so tire wear or tear is easy. Therefore, if you intend to choose a road bike for cycling, you should bring spare tires and guts. Besides, you must be very careful when cycling road because they are easy to slip when wet surface conditions.

Street Bike

Street bikes put more emphasis on comfort and convenience when integrating the paga part to carry things. Typically, street bikes are designed with a solid aluminum or steel frame, with universal transmission and horizontal handlebars. This makes it easy to change the seating position, bringing usability and ease of use for everyone. Besides, the wheels are solid because there are 36 spokes or more. So the problem of spokes fracture or curved rim almost does not occur. Suitable street wheel sizes are 700c x 28, or 700c x 36.