Beginner Cycling Articles Roundup Volume 4

Cycling for Beginners started publishing our Beginner Cycling Articles Roundup earlier this year.  Our roundup is a collection of cycling blog articles from many different blogs, which we find to be helpful for beginner cyclists.

You can see below our latest collection of cycling articles that we’ve recently read that we think cycling beginners will find interesting.  If you have a cycling blog and would like to suggest one of your articles for our next cycling articles roundup, please submit the article URL in the comment form below! Enjoy!

  1. If you’re thinking about taking a cycling tour, you’ll want to see Touring Bikes Under $1500 by Adventure Cycling.
  2. Just starting to commute by bicycle?  Check out 10 lessons learnt from cycle commuting for a year by London Cyclist.
  3. Here’s something all cyclists need to know eventually: How to Adjust Your Rear Derailleur by BicycleTutor.com.
  4. Looking to make your mountain bike lighter, without spending a mint?  If so check out 4 Ways To Lighten Up Your Mountain Bike On The Cheap by Bike198.
  5. If you’re wanting to bring your kids out with you when you ride, take a look at Cycling with Children by Loving the Bike.
  6. The easier it is, the more you ride, so check out: Making Bicycling Easy: 10 Things I’ve Learned by The Urban Country.
  7. Before you go far from home, stock up on 10 Saddlebag ESSENTIALS For Emergency Bike Repairs by Easycycling.
  8. Planning to do your first century ride this summer, be sure to read The Week Before Your First Century Ride by Biking to Live.
  9. Hauling some precious human cargo?  Take a look at Commute by Tyke: Child Trailers by Commute by Bike.
  10. And to end on a fun note, check out 10 Steps to Better Cycling at Bikerly Blog.

We hope that you found these blog articles on cycling interesting and informative.   Readers can also provide input on the Cycling for Beginners Facebook Page.

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