Setting a year-long mountain biking goal as a New Year’s resolution is fraught with challenges. What if we simply started our goals at a different time of the year? The post Over a Beer: The Problem with New Year’s Resolutions and Mountain Biking appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. Over a Beer: The Problem
At first blush, “mountain biking” seems like an easy thing to define. But when you sit down to write the definition and are mindful of all the different variants of this sport… it gets a touch more difficult. Greg takes his best stab at it in his latest Over a Beer column. The post Over
Mountain bikers are a passionate bunch and sometimes, that passion leads to internal tension. The post Over a Beer: Passion Leads to Tension appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. Over a Beer: Passion Leads to Tension by gryphonavocatio Want to get more info on Mountain bike shoes, Continue reading here.
If you mountain bike for long enough, your time will come to pay the gods of Pain and Suffering. The post Over a Beer: Your Time Will Come to Pay the Price appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. Over a Beer: Your Time Will Come to Pay the Price by Alastair Smith Want to
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As you’re confronted with the next obstacle between you and your goals, ask yourself: “how bad do I want it… really?” And, “what kind of pain am I willing to sustain?” The post Over a Beer: How Bad Do You Want It – What Pain Do You Want To Sustain? appeared first on Singletracks Mountain
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Photo courtesy Breck Epic/Eddie Clark Stage 5, the summiting of Wheeler Pass is widely regarded as the queen stage of the Breck Epic. Being the penultimate day, riders have already ridden over the continental divide on multiple occasions and while Wheeler forces most riders off their bikes and walking, it is the second-shortest stage of
Local bike shops face an enormous inventory challenge. This article explains why keeping the right products in stock at sufficient quantities is so hard. The post Over a Beer: A Bike Shop Employee Responds – “May I Order that Bike/Part/Accessory for You?” appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. Over a Beer: A Bike Shop