Extreme Sports : Mountain Biking Mountain biking is not only a great way to get in shape, but also is a way to see beautiful places and get in touch with. - презентация
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Extreme Sports : Mountain Biking Mountain biking is not only a great way to get in shape, but also is a way to see beautiful places and get in touch with nature. There are thousands of great trails across the US and world that are challenging and fun to ride. Today's mountain bikes have become powerful yet light and give way to amazing riding experiences. Below are great online resources that teach the basics of mountain biking and how and where to get started.
Mountain bikes have wide, knobby tires for extra traction and shock absorption. In recent years, front wheel suspension has become the norm and full front and rear suspension is becoming increasingly common. Some mountain bikes are also fitted with bar ends on the handlebars, but with the increase in popularity of riser handlebars (as opposed to a flat straight handlebar) fewer riders use bar end extensions.suspensionbar endshandlebars Mountain bikes
Discipline oriented designs There are several different styles of mountain biking, usually defined by the terrain, and therefore bikes employed. All of the bikes in this category fall into one of the above four categories and bikes of each of the above style can be found almost any of the following categories.
Type of bicycles Enduro/All-Mountain (AM) Downhill Dirt Jumping North Shore Circle Dirt Track Racing
History Riding bicycles off-road goes back to the beginning of cycling itself. Road racing cyclists have long used cyclo-cross as a means of keeping fit during the winter, eventually becoming a sport in its own right with the first world championship in The French Velo Cross Club Parisien (VCCP) comprised about twenty-one young cyclists from the outskirts of Paris, who between 1951 and 1956 developed a sport that was remarkably akin to present-day mountain biking.  The Roughstuff Fellowship was established in 1955 by off-road cyclists in the UKcyclo-crossUK