Survival Bicycle – Best Bike – Features and Considerations

Survival Bicycle – Best Bike – Features and Considerations by  for Modern Survival Blog

You might call it a survival bicycle. A bike that will be a valuable asset during a disaster situation when ordinary transportation may be difficult or impossible.

The only fuel required for bicycle transportation is your own muscle power and calories.

A bicycle is obviously faster than walking. They’re practical for general transportation, commuting, or other ordinary uses during ordinary times. Great exercise too!

But they may become especially useful when vehicular transportation may no longer be an option. In this case we’re now talking about a Survival Bicycle.

Best Survival Bike – Folding?

You really can’t get much more practical than a Folding Bike. Sure makes it easier to take with you. In your vehicle, truck, camper, motorhome…

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Uses for a Survival Bicycle

  • Transporting supplies (a Bike Trailer or Panniers will help)
  • Transporting yourself (faster than walking!)
  • Emergency “get home” bicycle (folding bike in the trunk?)
  • Security patrol (pretty quiet transport)
  • Exercise (Health and Enjoyment)

A few comments from our readers:

“A folder in the trunk is a must for those working at distance from home. Mostly for use in sudden profound events, such as an EMP or an earthquake (for example), which gives little warning. The bike would be used just to get home.”

“A good all around bike is called a hybrid. It will have mountain bike gearing with a road bike frame. The wheels will be the same diameter as a road bike but with wider tires closer to a mountain bike width. The handlebars allow an upright riding position like a mountain bike.”

“Wheels are the first point of failure. A survival bike should be as strong as possible using common components, eg 36 spokes. Accept nothing less, and never depend on modern low-spoke-count wheels.”

Bicycle Trailers are essential for bike-dependent living. A rear solid steel axle can help with mounting. Single wheel trailers handle better on rough tracks. 2 wheelers carry loads better.”

“Stay simple with the gearing, Get it with tires that are road/dirt combo.”

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