Sorachi de Cycling/kihonzyouhou en


 

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  • Sorachi de Cycling pamphlet
  • bicycle lights(the front light should be white and the rear red)
  • a card with a contact number(a must for children)
  • sun glasses
  • a helmet
  • a band
  • a pair of gloves
  • a chain lock
  • some coin
  • a bottle of water or sports drink

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  • spare batteries for bicycle lights
  • first aid kit(antiseptic and band-aids)
  • health insurance card
  • wet tissue paper
  • a rain jacket and a warm jacket
  • a hexagonal wrench
  • a memo pad
  • a pair of cotton working gloves
  • a hand towel
  • extra clothes(underwear)
  • a camera
  • some snacks(jellies, rice balls, bananas, etc)
  • a bicycle computer(to measure speed and running distance)

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The best way is to take your bicycle to a cycle shop for an inspection. But you can also do a basic inspection by yourself. Pay special attention to the following key points.

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Sit on the seat and put the sole of your foot on one pedal. If your knee is slightly bent, the saddle is at the proper height. You can make fine adjustments en route.

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For efficient pedaling, put the base of your toe on the axle point of the pedal.

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Fill your tires with air and make sure they have enough pressure.

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Fix the brake levers on the handlebar at the proper position. You should be able to hold them comfortably, and when you pull hard, there should be some leeway. You can fine-tune your brakes by adjusting the nut at the foot of the brake lever. Check it before you cycle.

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