Types of Bicycles

E-BIKE

    An electric bicycle, also known as an e-bike or e-bike, is a bicycle powered by an electric motor that allows additional support while pedaling. It makes riding easier and less tiring. An electric bicycle can reach different speeds, depending on the class of e-bike (e.g. up to 25 km/h in class 1 or up to 45 km/h in class 3). It can be used for both asphalt and gravel trails, and its range depends on the battery capacity. The electric bicycle is increasingly popular as an ecological and efficient form of transportation, ideal for commuting, travel or recreation. It is valued by cyclists who want an easier and more comfortable ride, as well as the elderly or those with limited physical condition.

CROSS

    A cross bike combines the features of a mountain bike and a road bike. It has a lightweight frame and narrower tires with smaller tread, allowing it to be ridden on a variety of terrain such as asphalt roads, bike paths and light mountain trails. It is equipped with straight and flat handlebars, which allow you to adopt a comfortable position and better control of your ride. A cross bike often has disc brakes and at least one derailleur, allowing smooth shifting. It is ideal for people who want to combine riding on a variety of terrain.

TREKKING

    The trekking bike is designed for longer trips over a variety of terrain. It has a lightweight frame, comfortable angle-adjustable handlebars, allowing the rider to find the optimal riding position . The tires are wider than those of a road bike, but narrower than those of a mountain bike, with more or less tread, allowing riding on both asphalt and gravel trails. This bike is equipped with fenders and a rack. The trekking bike is ideal for longer trips, as well as daily commuting. It is valued by people who are looking for comfort, versatility and the ability to carry luggage on the bike.

MTB

    MTB bike is a mountain bike, specially designed for riding on difficult terrain. Its distinctive features include, first of all, wider tires with tread that provide good grip on rough and rocky paths. It also has a shock absorbing front fork and a reinforced aluminum frame, both of which contribute to better control of the bike and reduce shocks while riding. It will work well for traversing mountain trails or forests. It is used both for recreation and in mountain competitions. It is especially chosen by adventurers on two wheels who value comfort, control and traction on difficult terrain.

CITY LINE

    A city bike is designed for riding on city streets and bike paths. Its frame is usually designed to allow you to move in a comfortable position. The bike is characterized by a properly contoured and raised handlebars, which allows you to straighten your back and reduce tension in the spine. Equipped with a trunk, it allows you to carry items. The city bike is ideal for daily commuting to work, shopping or meetings. It is valued by those looking for a practical, comfortable and reliable means of transportation in the urban hustle and bustle.

JUNIOR

    A junior bike is designed for younger riders between the ages of about 10 and 14, depending on the child’s height. It has a smaller frame, usually made of lightweight materials such as aluminum, to allow children to handle and control the equipment more easily. It is usually equipped with tires with a diameter of 20 or 24 inches. The frames of junior bikes often have a low sill, or low horizontal bar, which makes it easier for children to get on and off the bike and gives them a greater sense of stability while riding. The bike is ideal for learning, developing cycling skills and enjoying outdoor activities.

KIDS

    Kids bicycles are tailored for young children from about 4 to 9 years old. They have smaller frames and wheels ranging from 12 to 20 inches in diameter, allowing the youngest riders to easily maneuver and control the bike. The low weight also allows for easy lifting and carrying of the equipment. Kids bikes usually have a simple design, without complex mechanisms or advanced components. They feature a simple drivetrain, a simple frame and often do not have shock absorbers. In addition, these types of bicycles have additional safety features, such as chain and handlebar guards or reflectors. They are also usually equipped with brakes adapted to small hands, making it easier for children to brake. Kids bikes teach a child the basics of riding and improve balance, coordination and other skills that are useful for further development.

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