5 things my wife learning to ride mountain bikes taught me, including “not every ride is about going fast.” The post 5 Lessons I Learned from a Beginner Mountain Biker appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. 5 Lessons I Learned from a Beginner Mountain Biker by OakleyOriginals More about Road bikes, check it out
The finest human observers help you understand how your Turkey Day delights may determine your riding style. 100% science. more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/HhnlMSwmAEI/How-Your-Favorite-Thanksgiving-Food-Determines-What-Kind-of-MTBer-You-Are,2094 by Island Capture (aka Silverph or psilver) Like Mountain bike accessories, check it out here for more details.
Once you get the bike bug, it doesn’t take long for zero bikes to turn into many. Editor’s Note: Sarah Dorminy, aka Van Girl, is an aspiring rider who has surrounded herself with bikes more in a year than most people do in a lifetime. Being an engineer by trade, she’s a natural bike geek
Although Mountain Bike maintenance can be simple at times, there are a few simple tricks that everyone should know about their bike. Some of these even experienced mechanics can forget sometimes… Tightening Pedals: Remember pedals always tighten to the front of your bike when it’s upright and we would always advise un-doing your pedals with
We have seen more than a few Walmart bike abuse videos, but never from the perspective of a first time rider. Today, I brought two friends out for their first ever mountain bike, one of whom ended up on a Walmart “mountain bike” (if you can call it that). Just when my friend Kevin
Watch this mountain biker get charged by a bear at a bikepark in Slovakia! Thankfully, nobody was harmed. The post Watch: Bear Charges Mountain Biker at Slovakian Bikepark appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. Watch: Bear Charges Mountain Biker at Slovakian Bikepark by Nighthawk_85 More about Mountain biking, click here.
In LEGO world the most advanced bikes come equipped with non-moving handlebars and permanent kick stands. Whether or not we like to admit it, mountain bikers are super nerdy. We’ll talk for hours about minute gearing differences, fork coatings, and other trivialities. This short video set in LEGO world is a gentle reminder to stop
I RIDE ALONE I am new to mountain biking. I am neither fit nor skilled. I am slow. I walk many obstacles. I crash. It seems I spend more time off the bike than on it. I am proud; I don’t want to be seen failing. I don’t like seeing only the backsides of other
MTB rider Diego Caverzasi puts on a good show for mountain bikers in this action packed Toyota commercial, helping make the Yaris look as cool as it ever has. Shazam! more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/-n8YkFb0a3Q/bturman,109 by Richard Masoner / Cyclelicious Like Mountain bike shoes, check it out here for more details.