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Today's Tip

Get Your Kids Thinking Bike - Cycling is a great way for kids, who are old enough (age 10 is about right for most kids), to get around. However, it's usually up to the parents to reinforce this notion by not offering to drive everywhere. Keep in mind that bicycling is a handy way for kids to practice their traffic skills and prepare for becoming licensed drivers, too. To help motivate kids to pedal places, plan and show them safe bicycling routes to those places they like to go. And be sure to emphasize safety at all times.

Tip courtesy of the League of American Bicyclists (bikeleague.org).

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

chainsuck

An annoying ride-ruiner, chainsuck is when the small or middle chainring snags the chain beneath the chainstay and pulls it upwards (where the "suck" part of chainsuck comes from). This sometimes jams it between the chainring and the chainstay bringing pedaling to a grinding halt. Chainsuck is usually caused by mud, worn components and/or lack of lube.