We are rocking kung fu skills clinics at the world famous Soquel Demonstration Forest Dec. 13, 14 and 15.
Come on out!
Our heros Bruce and Scott have finished up in Cuyuna, MN and are now in Gardnerville, NV.
Making dirt magic, they are.
Super stoked to announce that Lee Likes Bikes certified coach Judd Zimmerman will be teaching kung fu skills in Utah.
The first sessions:
• Aug. 21, 6 to 8 p.m. at Trailside Bike Park in Park City
• Aug. 24, 10 a.m. to noon at Trailside Bike Park in Park City
Learn more and sign up: Skills clinics in Utah with LLB instructor Judd Zimmerman
Hey all, I have tons of cool stuff to post on this site, but I’m teaching 2-3 clinics every day—plus other action—and I’m barely staying on top of it.
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Here’s a nice note from a reader who’s getting stronger and more skilled—and having more fun.
This is great Tony. Rip it up!
I just finished week 5 of the Prepare to Pin It training program, and my power improvements are shocking.
If you’re into numbers, you have to see this.
Hey all, the Pump Up the Base and Prepare to Pin It training programs are now available in both ebook and print formats.
Check ‘em out:
Pump Up the Base
Prepare to Pin It
Hot from the printer. This is always exciting!
Hi lee – love the book (Welcome to Pump Track Nation), it has been a lifesaver. First mini pt was a disaster, v2.0 followed your spec. WAAAAY better. (I used the 17’ x 31’ design in your book)
Now my questions. We’re still adjusting the track… Do you have a recommendation for:
• Adapting the track to 20” bmx vs 26” DJ bike? I want to optimize it for my sons on their 20”ers.
• Related – how might I make it easier to ride for kids? They are 6 and 9. Lower bumps? Fewer bumps?
Any ideas or thoughts welcome. Thanks for doing what you do. We’re hooked. Boys are out there every day it isn’t raining, which in NorCal is most.