Tips and Tricks for Your Ride

Tips and Tricks for Your Ride

Tip 5: Always carry a bike pump.

It stinks to get a flat on the trail!

Tip 1: Always wear a helmet

Protect Your Dome!

Tip 2: Make sure to use lights and reflectors when riding at night.

Tip 6: Always make sure to use a gear that is challenging.


Tip 3: Always make sure your seat is at the right height for your body.


Tip 7: Always check your brakes before riding.


Tip 4: Drink plenty of water while riding.


Tip 8: Always use correct hand signals when riding.

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Module Variations

Module Variations allow you to individually style a module Enter any available suffixes at Extensions → Module Manager → Module → Module Class Suffix

There are 31 suffixes: box1-5, title1-8, icon1-10, button2-3; flush, flushtop, flushbottom; plus standardcase, uppercase and lowercase.

Note: You can compound multiple suffixes together such as title2 standardcase flush. There are over 250 possible stylistic combos. The order must be box → title → icon → button for style combos, such as box2 title2 icon10 button2
  • Box: 5 variations to change the background of the module.
  • Title: 8 suffixes that vary the appearance of the module title.
  • Icon: 10 suffixes that append an icon to the module title.
  • Button: 2 suffixes to change the color of the read more.
  • Standard/Upper/Lower Case: change the case style of the module title.
  • Flush/FlushTop/FlushBottom: removes the margin/padding around the module surround.
The box1-5 and title1-8 suffixes are paired such as box1 title1. The button2-3 suffixes match their box2-3 counterparts. The icon1-10 suffixes are applicable to any module variation.

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