Posts Tagged ‘FAQs’
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…
Jumping FAQs Relax Your Upper Body Relax your upper body. Tensing your upper body comes from the Fight or Flight mechanism – in this case, the fight part of it. You want ALL your pressure to manifest through your legs, and not your arms. Try this on: Coast around on your bike with a slight…
Steep Descents: FAQs
Steep descents can draw fear into the hearts and minds of mountain bikers. With the right technique, however, riding steep terrain can be one of the most fun things you can do on a mountain bike.
As in skiing, turning on a mountain bike requires putting more pressure on our outside foot. Unlike skiing, where your feet are level when standing in a neutral position, mountain bikers have one foot forward and one foot back. This is more like snowboarding where riders have one foot they prefer in front. Some riders are left foot forward, and some are right foot forward.