It is really about time someone stepped into the fray here to dispel all the myths swirling around men’s specific bicycle components. There are a lot of marketers out there pandering to the male cyclist and while I don’t wish to dismiss outright the particularities of riding bicycles for the coarser sex, but it’s important for these shoppers, while likely overwhelmed by the barrage of gender-specific products aimed at them, understand the full implications of simply reaching for the one offering in the shop that is labeled “for him” and to take a look at the bigger picture.
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