What mountain biking advice does David Bailey have that can help you? What he says to all his students (which applies to all riders that want to reach their best):
“It all comes down to this; practice. What is it? Practice is not a race. It’s also not time to go out and just bust out laps. It’s time to figure out where your problems are and what you need to do to fix them ….
Wow! I love this video, if it doesn’t make you smile and want to go ride your bike you are already dead! Two four year old twins having a blast on their little bikes! Hitting the bike park and jumping, crashing, making it the second try, smiling, laughing, so fun to watch!
I’m not kidding or trying to be controversial when I say, “What You Know (correctly) About Mountain Bike Skills is Hurting You!”. Let’s say you know to ride in balance in the correct body position, how could that possibly be hurting you? The answer is simple, if you are like I was when I first turned pro you aren’t doing what you know! Also, again, like me, you might know 50-80% of the skill but are probably missing a few/a lot of the details of that skill.
Can a Mountain Bike Stem Be Too Short? What About Frame Size? These are questions we get A LOT from students, newsletter subscribers and random riders that found us during a search for a new bike. Over the years there has been a lot of experimenting with stem length, bar width and frame length, by […]
BetterRide Mountain Bike Skills Students Continue to Amaze Us! Whether it is an 81-year-old student finishing the Leadville 100 in 13 hours, a passionate rider hitting a step up that previously kicked his butt, a 65-year-old riding steeps and drops with ease or a young racer entering his first full World Cup season on the Specialized/Monster Energy team we are inspired by our students.