Nate Hills & Co. shred the gnarly Holy Cross trail in Grand Junction, Colorado. The post Watch: High Speed Shred on the Gnarly Holy Cross Trail – Grand Junction, CO appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. Watch: High Speed Shred on the Gnarly Holy Cross Trail – Grand Junction, CO by lydia_shiningbrightly More about
Over the course of two months, over fifty cyclists crashed on this section. Most experienced cyclists know the best way to cross a railroad is at a 90 degree angle, but this advice doesn’t always work . //www.youtube.com/watch?v=YfeQvbIFBks Take this railroad crossing in Knoxville, Tennessee for instance. Located next to a heavily trafficked road, crossing
Can you teach an old dog new tricks? Si Richardson of GCN used to be professional Cross Country racer, so can Neil teach him some new tricks to help his riding?] Cornering: Low centre of gravity is vital, but can be difficult with a high saddle. To do this you want to apply your weight
Cross country has been around for years in the MTB world and is one of our favorite types of riding. Whether it’s long endurance singletrack or high intensity laps cross country is a riding discipline everyone can enjoy! So these are Neil’s top 8 reasons to ride cross country. Watch: 8 Reasons to Ride Cross Country
Join Danny Hart, Taylor Vernon, Phil Atwill, and Joe Smith as they head to the MX track for a day of throttle twisting with Husqvarna Motorcycles. Good fun and awesome cross-training, of course! more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/-y4iQCJZ05w/iceman2058,94 by Eustaquio Santimano Like Mountain biking, check it out here for more details.
Cross Country Mountain Biking Cross country mountain biking is cross country at its finest. Where free riders and downhill bikers use four wheel bikes and ski lifts to get them to their destination, cross country bikers get to the top of the mountain by the ride. Though free riding is very popular, the life vein