• How can I try the bike before I buy it?

We do not have any physical stores as of now that can offer our bikes for test ride purposes. However, you can get yourself a lifelong bike through our official website (https://www.lifelongindiaonline.com) or through any of the popular e-commerce platforms like Amazon, Flipkart etc

  • Where can I get the accessories?

Standard Accessories like Reflectors, Stand, Handle Grip, mudguard are provided with this cycle. Other standard accessories purchased from market can fitted in the cycle.

  • How many calories are burnt while cycling?

Once your fitness level has improved, complete at least 30 minutes of biking every day. According to Harvard Health Publishing, a 70-KG person can burn 446 calories in just 30 minutes cycling at a speed of 16 to 19 mph; burning excess calories leads to weight loss.

  • How does riding a bike help a child develop?

Cycling will help your child develop their leg muscles and strengthen their bones. The continued exercise will help build their stamina and improve their cardiovascular development. It will also increase their coordination and balance. Riding a bike is something all children should be able to experience.

  • Will I have to assemble the bike? Is it hard to assemble?

Your Lifelong bike will always be shipped 85% to 90% assembled, making set up and assembly less time consuming. A good assembly is critical for riding experience & therefore you can opt for Lifelong cycle assembly service at a nominal cost while making the purchase.. We ensure you get your bike assembled at the comfort of your house by an expert. 

  • Can you lose belly fat by cycling?

Cycling is one of the top three ways to lose belly fat.... Cycling remains an effective way of losing the high volume of belly fat. Cycling not only gets your heart rate up but also has the capacity to burn the significant number of calories. Health experts say that regular cycling can burn more calories.

  • Does Cycle help you in reducing weight?

Cycling is on the best ways to reduce weight. It’s low impact and helps in burning calories fast, hence you are assured of burning your calories without getting injured.

  • What is a Disc Brake?

A disc brake consists of a metal disc, or "rotor", attached to the wheel hub that rotates with the wheel. Calipers are attached to the frame or fork along with pads that squeeze the rotors for braking. As the pads drag against the rotor, the wheel - and thus the bicycle - is slowed. Disc brakes may be actuated mechanically by cable, or hydraulically.

  • What is a V Brake?

"Linear-pull brakes" or "direct-pull brakes", commonly referred to as "V-brakes", are a side-pull version of cantilever brakes and mount on the same frame bosses. However, the arms are longer, with the cable housing attached to one arm and the cable to the other. As the cable pulls against the housing the arms are drawn together.

  • Should I pedal when changing gears?

You must pedal while changing gears going uphill or anytime you need to change gears. The key to changing gears while cycling up a hill is to reduce the amount of tension on the chain when shifting to an easier gear. Bikes do not like to shift gears under heavy tension