Most mountain bikers know that they get stronger through cycles of physical stress and recovery. A 100 mile ride wears you down, good nutrition and good sleep after that ride helps you recover and grow stronger. What I never realized (until I read “The New Toughness Training For Sports” years ago) is that ….
Short, entertaining video of the Dude mountain biking in Sedona The -Dude- rides – Sedona from Gene Hamilton on Vimeo.
Interesting braking and mtb cornering question asked by one of our students:
“Just a quick follow up question. I have been having a problem getting out of position before cornering, primarily caused by hard braking …
The problem stems from getting back while we brake, getting low is good but we need to stay more centered so when we release the brakes and the bike accelerates we are centered and ready to attack the corner. I was taught the old school, “get way back while you brake” which does ….
A simple, yet effective strategy to mountain bike your best that I learned from a restaurant manager at a former job. How can this help you as a mountain biker? Well, it is so easy to make excuses to NOT do your best and just cruise through life ….
Cornering Your Mountain Bike, Get Low, Not Forward! There is a lot of misleading advice for cornering your mountain bike, often from top racers who aren’t actually doing what they say they are doing! Greg Minnaar and I got a kick out of ….