Carrying out a safety check before each ride is one of the necessary and important tasks, which is equivalent to checking the four wheels before driving the car and checking the surroundings.
Both the seatpost and the seat are subject to a lot of pressure. If the frame is an aluminum alloy compression frame, the higher the seatpost is pulled out, the greater the pressure it will bear. The same goes for the stem and crossbar. Therefore, we need to check the position where the seatpost engages with the frame and the fixed position of the stem and the crossbar. If these positions are subjected to excessive force, deformation or cracks will often appear first. The fixing clamp between the car seat and the seatpost also needs to check whether the screws are loose or rusty. Once the structure is rusted and corroded, the strength of the fastening screws will also be affected.
Check the tightness of each fastening screw, not the screws on the front and rear wheels, seatpost, seat, and front of the car. This is also a very important inspection. Only the tightened screws can provide safe riding and also protect the service life of parts in various parts.