This bike’s first ride turned into a mess of crusty/melty snow and slick mud. Not impressive.
Friday night’s adventure? Rad!
It showed what this bike can do.
By Kevin Stiffler
First thought after some tomfoolery aboard the Guerrilla Gravity MegaTrail and PedalHead: AWESOME!
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Pick your brain? Quick question: Intense Tazer vp, or a hardtail 4x bike for pump and jump duty? I have access to two world class flow trails, and with a hanky ankle, the cush might just save me. The primary purpose of this impending purchase, however, will be skill building on the pump track. Does having a soft rear end (well, firm, but not static) muddle things and defeat the purpose?
I just read over Pump Up the Base and am fired up to get going. In particular, I had been thinking of giving flat pedals a try for a while, and this is a great excuse to do so. Do you have a type of flat pedal and flat pedal shoes you’d recommend, or are they all pretty similar?
Lastly, is there a local bike shop that you’d recommend for shoes and pedals. I find most shops are real good with bikes and parts, but there’s not a lot of expertise with shoes out there. I’ve got weird feet and need more help than most. Thanks for you your help, and thanks for the REVO referral. I’ll be giving them a call soon.
I’m stoked on LandWave ramps and decks. The modular, stackable system lets you build all kinds of tracks and shapes. Lately I’ve used them for my kids’ birthday party and teaching various skills to clients.
Extra stoked: I found a way for you to save money on ‘em.
I’m getting a road bike for my birthday. Any suggestions? I hear I’ll be a stronger mountain biker for doing so.
Position your grips for ultimate handling and peak power—and give yourself another position for mellow pedaling.
The 27.5×3” tires on this hardtail deliver micro float with mega pump: Perfect for shredding rocky trails.
Bonus: 6Fattie wheels on my S-Works Enduro 29!
Whoa. Mind blown.
Today I learned some important things about shoulder stability—and maybe handlebar width as it relates to shoulder pain.
Story and video:
Conventional wisdom tells us stiffer-soled cycling shoes are better than softer ones. Something out Power! and Efficiency! and Being Pro!
Our friend Max asks whether that’s true, especially for mountain bikers.