Suggestions on future "Bicycling About Parker" article - riding tips
A future article I will be writing will be "Riding Tips."
Remember, my target audience is new folks just getting interested in and starting in bicycling (at any age), and I live in a bicycle intensive area full of interestings and enjoyable MUPS.
Here are the articles I have already done.
Here are some of my thoughts:
Angling correctly over ridges and different elevations in the roadway (i.e., hitting them at 90 degrees)
How to save yourself from falling if you drop off the edge of the roadway
Steering with your butt
No earphones and why
Pacing one's self
Hydration and nutrition
Changing hand position and numbness
Standing now and then
Getting the chain back oin the chain ring (when it has gone off the inside ring) without ever touching the chain.
Any other suggestions about specific riding techniques for folks beginning bicycling?
(I have already done safety on a MUP, and will do clothing, shoes, sun screen, etc., in another article. Also, I am not going to write [at this time] about riding on roads with cars. All MUPS around here.)