Bicycling, taking in the scenic view

Wikipedia defines a bicycle as” a human-powered, pedal-driven, single-track vehicle, having two wheels attached to a frame, one behind the other.”  A bicycle has many functions and is a lot of things to different people. It could be a means of transport, exercise equipment or a toy even. It provides a popular form of recreation particularly in the warmer seasons. Bicycling provides a great way to exercise and burn those calories while being in nature and taking in the scenic view.

There are many types of bicycles e.g., road bike, mountain bike, BMX; that are used in a variety of ways and made for different environments. Some ride better on smooth surfaces than on rough terrains. Also, some are light weight and/or sturdier than others. In other types, they can be/ are modified to enhance a specific quality in it. There are also a host of biking gear to keep you the cyclist safe while out and about.

South Africans are an outdoorsy people; we make use of our seasons and enjoy each adequately. One of the ways of exploring our beautiful country is by bicycling or cycling. Thankfully, we are in the warmer seasons and the holidays are just around the corner. If you are looking for a different kind of gift for your friends and loved ones that would actually be put to great use, think of a bicycle. A newbie cyclist or an experienced one would love to take a ride and experience nature firsthand in a different way.

So if you are looking to buy a bicycle or to change some parts on your old bicycle or even to upgrade those parts, come on down to MHC. All these many types of bicycles and their various parts are available in our warehouse. We have a department stocked with a wide range of bicycle types, gear and parts from renowned brands for the different age groups. Our trained attendants would help you make a perfect choice to get you started on your bicycling journey.

So for all your bicycle and cycling needs, head on over to MHC and you and your family would on your way to bonding with nature through bicycling.