Introduction and principle of bicycle handlebars
Handlebars, one of the essential parts of a bicycle, when riding a handle, cart, or pulling cart held by the hand. You can’t ride a bicycle without a handlebar. It is a handle held by the hand when riding a bicycle, pushing a cart, or pulling a cart. It is a steering device that controls the direction, which is equivalent to the steering wheel of a car. The handlebars should be firmly installed in the body and keep the handlebars balanced.
Use the lever principle to turn the wheel and change the direction.
The lever that controls the steering of the front wheel: The handlebar of the bicycle is a labor-saving lever. People can turn the front wheel of the bicycle with a small amount of force to control the direction of the bicycle’s movement and the balance of the bicycle.
The lever that controls the brake: The brake lever on the handlebar is a labor-saving lever. People can use a small force to press the brake onto the steel rim of the wheel with relatively large pressure.
How many kinds of mountain bike handlebars are there?
The handlebars are divided into straight handles and swallow handles (small swallow handles are used on mountain bikes). Of course, a vice handle can be installed on the straight handle. It is more convenient to use the vice handle when going uphill, but for ordinary leisure riding, two There is not much difference between them.
Theoretically speaking, there is an advantage in straight handles, and they do not lose their strength. Yan handles are more ergonomic and more flexible than straight handles.
Nowadays, most players use straight handlebars, and it is rare to see riders with swallow handlebars in ordinary mountain bike competitions.