LIFE IS A RIDE
Even in times like these we would like to inspire you; from home office to home office so to speak. We show you what mountain bikers should know and observe now.
Biking in the Corona crisis: Do it or leave it?
Basically, we should not forget that a part of life goes on, given the sometimes very dramatic presentation of the development and frequent mixing of arguments. And we should also not forget that exercise and sport are important for both physical and mental well-being. As long as it is not prohibited, we advocate keeping fit and healthy.
- Falling is forbidden
- Do not leave your comfort zone: no jumps, no stunts
- Avoid difficult trails, especially for beginners
- Do not drive in groups, max. two persons with sufficient distance
- Alpine terrain and bike parks are taboo until further notice
- Takes responsibility, also for other bikers
- Drive safe and stay healthy
- Never without helmet and gloves
- Protectors with small packing size for the downhill runs
- Check the bike before riding (brakes, tyres etc.)
- Know the trail: get information online
- Take the First Aid Pack with you
- Pack in snacks
I'm taking this on a tour
- Backpack 15L with integrated back protector
- Enduro helmet and goggles
- Protectors for the downhill
- Rain/wind stopper
- Replacement shirt
- Multi Tool and Breakdown Tool
- Energy Bar
- Camelbag water bag
- Identity card, bank card
- Full-face helmets with removable chinstraps
- Saddle with padding from the 3D printer
- Mini mudguards for the suspension fork
- Lighting with charging station for mobile phone
- Foam inserts - More protection for the tyres
- Knee protectors made from recycled PET bottles
- Bike glasses with self-tinting Vario lenses
- Electronic circuits without cables
- Child seats for Endurobike (front mounting)
You can find all these cool accessories on the net.
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Urban Bike Festival 16. and 17. May 2020
Lars Imhof is a passionate mountain biker and project manager / designer BA at Aroma.
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