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Electric bike tips on the blog

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To start with, pump up the wheels to the maximum allowed pressure for your type of the tires and use only the highway or the road type of the tires. Additionally, regularly tighten the wheel spokes. Thus, the wheel and the tires will serve you longer. 
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If you live where there are snow-covered roads, or where there is a lot of rainfall and you have to drive on sand or mud, then your choice is a bike, which we talked about in one of our previous reviews, but if, in addition to cross-country ability and more grip, you need more traction, the logical solution would be all-wheel drive on two wheels 2WD.
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I’m sure, you’ve been asking yourself, which bike to order – standard or custom – when entering our site. In fact, almost all our clients tend to add something to the standard model.
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What is a fat bike? A new step in the evolution of mountain biking or just someone else decided to invent a bicycle again? Let’s figure out what kind of fat bike it is, as well as to whom and why it is suitable.
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