Beginner Cycling Articles Roundup Volume 5

Cycling for Beginners began publishing our Beginner Cycling Articles Roundup earlier this year.  Our roundup is a collection of cycling blog articles that we believe will be helpful for beginner cyclists.

So, below you will find our latest collection of cycling articles that we’ve recently read that we think cycling beginners will find interesting.  Happy reading!

1.  Summer showers keeping you in?  Check out How to Survive Cycling in the RAIN by Easycycling.

2.  Traveling this summer?  Here some great info on Where to Rent a Bicycle on Your Travels by Adventure Cycling.

3.  Bike to Work Day may have passed, the these Bike To Work Day Safety Tips by Ride Boldly! are still useful.

4.  If you are challenged by hills (and who isn’t?), you should check out Climbing: Position Yourself for Success by The Daily Grind Cycling Journal.

5.  Thinking of buying a bike online?  Then you’ll want to read How to Assemble a  New Bike by BicycleTutor.com.

6.  Wondering what to wear in the heat?  Check out Summer Cycling Gear by London Cyclist.

7.  Need motivation to start using your bike as transportation?  Read How to Start Cycling by People Powered.

8.  Hitting the trails?  Be sure to read about the Top 10 Things to NEVER Do at Your Local Trailhead by Bike198.

9.  Unsure what to eat and drink on longer rides?  Check out the great information on Cycling Nutrition and Drinks by Loving the Bike.

10.  Still wondering what a commuter bike is?  Then take the Pop Quiz: Which Is the Commuter Bike? by Bike Commuters.

We hope that you found these cycling blog articles as interesting and informative as we did.  Please leave a comment below to let us know what kinds of cycling articles that you would be interested in reading more of in the future! You can also provide input on the Cycling for Beginners Facebook Page.

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