Bicycle Rider Back Playing Cards

Bicycle rider back playing cards are one of the most popular decks of standard size playing cards in the world and are essential to any magician’s kit. These cards can be used to practice card tricks or sleights of hand. They also come with a wide variety of colors and designs that are suitable for amateur performers as well as professionals.

The Bicycle Card’s standard design features a simple but instantly recognisable image of a cupid riding on a bicycle in its center. The design outside the picture is symmetrical. It features multiple hearts as well as curved plants.

This design has remained unchanged ever since the United States Playing Card Company began producing them in 1885. They are a favorite of magicians and cardists because they retain their shape and feel after hours of use.

While there are many types and brands of playing-cards on the marketplace, Bicycle is one of the most well-known and trusted brands. USPCC makes sure that their products meet the highest quality standards and are handled properly. This is why they have become the international standard for playing card.

There are a few differences between the two brands of Bicycle playing cards, but most of them are unnoticeable to most card-gamer or magicians. The most noticeable difference is in the tuck box. It features a different design to accommodate Standard Bicycle cards and Rider backs.

The tuck box for Rider Backs uses a subtle blue and red color scheme, while the Standard tuck boxes use more vibrant shades of red and blue. The printed text and advertising copy differ between the two. Standard Bicycles have the “Free App” badge, while Rider Backs have a simple card design with a tuck case.

The number of cards is another difference, though it is not significant. Standard decks contain 52 cards, whereas Rider Backs have a slightly higher number of cards. This can make it harder for magicians and cardists to perform certain moves such as spreads or fans.

Rider Backs are preferred by some people for casual play and practicing sleight-of-hand. Standard Bicycles are preferred by magicians and cardists, but they can also be used for performing and other purposes.

The only real downside to using Rider Backs is that they are a little more difficult to clean. Dirt and oils can transfer onto the cards, causing them to be difficult to handle.

There are a few things that you can do to keep your Rider Backs in top condition. First, make sure to clean your Rider Backs with a soft towel or a paper towel. You should also avoid using too much of sandpaper and other things that can scratch the cards.

It is a good idea, in addition to replacing your cards frequently with new ones, to keep them looking fresh. If you don’t do this, your cards can lose their appearance and become less legible.