Road cycling is a popular form of cycling as an individual or part of a group of riders that take place on paved roads. From recreational rides with friends and family to professional racing, road cycling is a diverse and fun activity that is enjoyed by cyclists of all ages, abilities and backgrounds. Whether you are a commuter, a social rider, a racer, an enthusiast, or a beginner, road cycling is a great way to get outdoors, stay fit, and enjoy the scenery. With the right gear, knowledge, and technique, you can enjoy the recreational and competitive aspects of road cycling and find the perfect style of riding to suit your needs. Whether it's beating your own personal best or competing in group races, road cycling is a great way to challenge yourself and have a lot of fun along the way.
1) In what year did the first Tour de France take place?
2) What country is the most successful at the Tour de France?
3) On what type of terrain do professional cyclists predominately ride?
4) What two-time Tour de France champion was investigated and stripped of his titles in 2012?
5) How often do cyclists typically change their bike's chains?
6) What type of cycling does the Olympics feature?
7) How many Tour de France stages are there?
8) What type of riders are strongest at individual time trial events?
9) What is the longest stage on the Tour de France?
10) What piece of clothing is used to help cyclists stay cool on hot days?
11) What is the purpose of the yellow jersey in the Tour de France?
12) How many riders are on a standard cycling team?
13) How does the winner of a road race typically finish?
14) What type of helmet is most commonly worn by cyclists?
15) What is the minimum tire pressure that a cyclist should maintain?
16) What is a Brevet?
17) What items are required to wear while racing in the Tour de France?
18) How often should a cyclist check their bike for wear and tear?
19) What is the most important part of the bike when it comes to racing?
20) What type of cyclist typically wears a skinsuit?
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