While wheelies aren’t used a lot on trails, the skill is one of the first things many of us become aware of at a young age
Bunny Hops: FAQs
Bunny Hops and Wheelies: Two skills which have been in my head since I was throwing papers from my Schwinn Stingray.
A Manual is essentially a standing wheelie used to lift the front wheel over terrain, or to allow us to roll through a terrain piece on the back wheel.
Pumping through Natural Terrain: FAQs
This allows riders to create speed on the trail by pumping up the back slope of roller bumps to create forward motion when they are not able to pedal.
Learning to get off the bike safely as well as learning to surge will enhance your sense of confidence on climbs.
The fastest riders know how to use their brakes effectively without using them when they aren’t needed.
Body Position: FAQs
During any athletic endeavor, the strength of our movement correlates directly to the position of our body, and vice versa.
Slalom Drill: FAQs
The slalom drill requires us to start linking our footwork from one turn to another. Start slow and you’ll be on your way to newfound trail flow.
Featuring FAQs My Wheels Always Land At The Same Time and not in the same place Be sure to contact the rear wheel properly into the take-off feature. This is critical for getting the wheels to land in the same place. Just as with a jump, the contact of the rear wheel exactly where the…