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Choosing the correct bicycle size
Bicycle inspection and maintenance
Checking your bicycle
Check brake pads for wear and twisting; check brake operation by squeezing front and back brake levers one at a time.
Check that they are securely fixed.
Check that it is properly aligned and securely fised.
Check air pressure and tread wear.
Check for wear and corrosion, and keep the chain clean and well-lubricated.
Check front and rear gear-changing: if adjustment is necessary, it may be necessary to have professional work on it.
Headlamp, rear reflector
Check for damage and sufficient brightness. The headlamp should be white, and the rear reflector should be red.
Types of valves on inner tubes
Correct air pressure
Make sure you pump the tire to the correct air pressure using the gauge on the pump, or by checking the firmness of the tire by hand.
Correct use of the bicycle pump
After attaching the head of the pump to the valve, lift up the lever on the pump head to fixx it to the valve.
Bicycle-related traffic safety signs and hand signals
Traffic safety signs
The cyclist should use hand signals to show changes in direction, and continue the signal until the movement is completed.
To signal stopping
To signal the vehicle behind to pass
To signal the vehicle behind to pass, straighten your lett arm and wave it back and forth.
To signal slowing down
To signal slowing down, stretch your lett arm downward at a 45 degree angle and shake it up and down.