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Realistically, I think 2 or 3 is adequate – a cyclocross or non-racing road bike can do the first two tasks (road ride + commute) provided it has rack and fender mounts, and one mountain bike is likely good enough for the trails in one’s area (if you go somewhere else where another type of mountain bike would do very …

## What is the correct number of bikes?

The correct number of bikes to own is n+1. If you draw race number 13, turn it upside down. Shorts should be black. Black shorts should also be worn with leader’s jerseys.

## How many bikes can a person have?

Meaning, a person should have only one bike and/or one car at any given time.

## How many bikes do you need N 1?

While the minimum number of bikes one should own is three, the correct number is n + 1, where n is the number of bikes currently owned.

## Should you have more than one bike?

If you ride road and mountain then you will have AT LEAST two bikes. If you like to ride time trials or do triathlons then you probably will have two road bikes, one for general riding and one for riding in an aero position.

## What is the 75 rule in cycling?

Follow the 75-percent rule. The 75-percent rule states that during a given training week, at least 75 percent of your miles (or time) should be at or below 75 percent of your maximum heart rate (MHR).

## What is the number 1 rule for bicycles?

If you’ve been around bikes long enough, you’re likely familiar with the “n+1” principle. Velominati describes it as follows: The correct number of bikes to own is n+1. While the minimum number of bikes one should own is three, the correct number is n+1, where n is the number of bikes currently owned.