In this featured video, Path Less Pedaled is going to tell you how handlebars change handling.
Here’s what Path Less Pedaled has to say about how handlebars change handling
Some nerding out on handlebars. How do swept back bars and drop bars change steering?
The major topics Path Less Pedaled will cover in this video about how handlebars change handling
- Lower Trail = More responsive
- Higher Trail = More stable
- MTB = 100+
- Low Trail = Upper 20s to 30s
- Mid Trail (Road Bike) = 50s to 60s
- Baked in Trail
- Perceived Trail
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Way back in 2009, we took a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and sold everything we owned to travel by bike. We spent three years pedaling over 15,000 miles across the US and New Zealand – all while sharing stories from our travels to inspire others to also travel by bike. Along the way, we began to see how bicycle travel can bring economic development to rural areas – and we began to connect with community members and rural tourism advocates to develop and grow the concept of bicycle tourism.
In 2016, we took our love of all things bike to YouTube, to showcase the vast and growing world of non-competitive cycling – and #thesupplelife was born.