Check that the height, weight, suspension, and other specs are a good fit.
- Riding a bike that is the right height reduces the risk of injury and accidents. Your knee should be very slightly bent at the bottom of each pedal stroke. Having your feet too high or too low increases the risk of knee and leg injuries.
- Most bikes weigh between 12 and 16 kg, depending on the materials used.
Children’s bikes usually weigh less than 13 kg.
- Some bikes are equipped with suspension, which absorbs shocks caused by rough terrain.
For beginners, we recommend adjusting the saddle so that the soles of your feet can touch the ground. This will give you better control of your bike.
If you’re looking for a bike that you can ride outside the city (and sheer speed isn’t your main concern), we recommend choosing one of our hybrid models, which feature front suspension so that you can ride comfortably on all road surfaces.
Advice by Sport