Anti-Lock Brake System commonly known as ABS to general public is a special feature created for two wheeler vehicles to prevent them from getting slipped or misbalance while applying extreme brakes on roads.
Most bicycles utilize front brakes for conveying them to a stop - and under hard braking, ABS keeps the wheels from locking up, which means, your tire won't slip.
ABS is normally turned off on track, while hustling on the grounds that , a) the riders are utilizing smooth tires which have amazing grasp and b) they slide into the corners - which ABS would counteract.
You purchase a bicycle, you get it with ABS, don't bother the bologna alternate bikers sell. It's your legs when you fall .