Safety and Fundamentals
The two-finger rule is used to properly fit a cycling helmet. This rule applies to:
The space between the eyebrows and helmet.
The position of the straps around each ear.
The space between your chin and the strap.
All of the Above.
Selecting the proper size bike contributes to safety and efficiency. Which of the following is true about a proper bike fit?
Your feet should touch the ground when seated.
You CANNOT stand with both feet on the ground as you straddle the frame.
The handlebar and seat are at the same height.
While seated, you can easily reach the handle bar and there is a slight bend in your knees at the bottom of the pedal stroke.
3. What does the "Quick" represent in an ABC Quick CHECK?
Complete the safety check quickly.
The rider should be able to quickly mount and dismount the bike.
Make sure the quick releases are tight, but not too tight.
Quickly look both ways before crossing the street.
The optimum cadence when riding a bicycly is:
60 to 70 revolutions per minute.
80 to 90 revolutions per minute.
100 to 120 revolutions per minute.
150 to 200 revolutions per minute.
What is the best gear when riding up a steep hill?
Largest rear cog (Gear 1)
Large rear cog (Gear 3)
Mid-range rear cog (Gear 5)
Smallest rear cog (Gear 8)
It is perfectly fine to dry shift (shift without the pedals turning) on a bicycle.
The shift to an easier gear we push the big button with our right thumb?
To shift to a harder (faster) gear we push the big button with our left thumb?
The B in ABC Quick check refers to:
What is your first and last name?
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