One of the major skills needed when it comes to riding a bicycle whether or not you’re a big rider is balancing. You have to figure out how balancing actually works. Then, you have to figure out how that balancing really works in an actual road. In many ways, the simplest challenge of the learning process engages in the basics of mechanical processes. To name a few, it includes making the bike move forward, not falling off your bike which is the balancing part; and also the braking and the steering. These are not easy tasks. They are not possible either.
So how do you actually make a bike move and balance on it, all at the same time?
A lot of people will advise a big rider to ride a bike just how we see it in movies. The way children are taught. How? Starting from the top of the hill, the learner is pushed. You just keep your fingers crossed that no bones will be broken along the way. Unfortunately, that does not work for big riders, due to a number