Top simple guides for cycling beginners (part 4)

  1. Support your muscles

After a long slope you must be very hard to climb up, when you reach the top right next to you will be dropped slope. That doesn’t mean you have to free your feet without pedaling. By gently but steadily pedaling while still going downhill, you can still remove lactic acid, which is a form of body secretion that works high intensity, causing muscle strain, even pain after practicing a lot.

  1. Always obey the traffic rules

Go close to the right hand side of the road, close to the area of ​​the stop and pedestrian, always use the signal manually at the right time and obey the traffic signal. You must observe other vehicles. Because when you want to turn or go straight to the intersection, you always have to give signals to another vehicle to know, there will be hidden spots that are not visible, signal the driver of the road car to know your intentions and sure they saw you. Do not go side by side with other cyclists, to keep your distance and sight with the doors of sudden open cars, potholes or other unexpected dangers.

  1. Pay more attention when traveling over busy roads

You may ride in a route where the traffic situation is too bad, on a narrow or winding road down the slope. You have to ride the same lane with overloaded and dangerous cars, squeezed to the side and you may not see it. So you need to equip your bike with a rearview mirror and always never forget a helmet and possibly sports eyeglasses.

  1. Change position

Change the contact position of your hand with freeze – wrap fists on a regular basis. This contributes to changing the angle of the back, neck and the arms, each different muscle undergoing a different force of impact by the sitting posture because they override the nerve endure. Do not hold a handle or posture for too long, which will cause cramps. Just relax, do not hold your elbows, make you feel most comfortable even if you have to change too much.