Tour Easy Recumbents: Biking Comfort At Its Best
The wonderful design of a recumbent allows a rider to sit back with their legs stretched out in front of them. This makes for a much more relaxing ride, suitable for all age groups and skill levels. Wrist and knee strain is significantly reduced, as is any butt tenderness. These bikes can reach impressive speeds and are certainly able to handle any holiday biking you may need to do. Riding uphill is surprisingly easier than one would think, as is braking. Their pedal positioning allows one to use more of a pushing motion than you would with other bikes.
All in all, a recumbent is certainly an option to consider. Although they can be fairly expensive, you might find that you use them more often than you would a “regular” bike. This makes the initial investment well worth it. Rather have a bike you use all the time and pay a little bit more for it, than buy a cheaper bike and never use it at all. Once you try out your new piece of equipment, you’ll quickly find it to be your favorite. You’ll wonder how you ever got through cycling without it!