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This has happened several times in skills classes, and I think it has something to teach us:
Lee 1st I’m 5ft 11 in and 260. I own a Riprow and a Nordic Track bike. I have the tools to succeed and I love to ride my bike. I’m stronger than last year. But my question is how can I utilize the Riprow better. Should I workout daily with it? Should I use […]
Hi Lee, I purchased your book Dialed through your website about 3 weeks ago. I love geeking out about bike fit, so I’m thoroughly enjoying your approach. I have 2 questions: 1. I ride a hardtail with a suspension fork. When determining RAAD do you suggest taking measurements with the fork unsagged or sagged? 2. […]
Hi Lee I’m not getting over my “fear” to lean back properly for manuals. Or rather, to shift my weight back. I know about keeping arms straight, not pulling up so much, pre-loading and then pushing back, but i’m not committed enough. Feels feeble as there’s so little risk of things going wrong. (Using flats so […]
Hi Lee, The other day I rode with a different group of riders on a trail I’ve never ridden. It was dry and loose, rutted, and littered with gnar. Which, of course, is Rad. Being the guy that was unfamiliar with the trail (and probably attempting to fight above my weight class) I was the […]
Hi Lee, My name is Gavin, I emailed you with some questions about mountain biking a few years ago and I have another question for you now. I have been much more serious about mountain biking the past few years, and I bought myself a 2016 cannondale habit just after I emailed you last. I […]
Yesterday I did two rides, both on the same trail but each with its own group and pace. The difference in experience was striking.
Mountain biking give us plenty of opportunities to face fears. Perhaps the most stark form of mountain biking is dirt jumping. The jump face looms ahead, all tall and steep and imposing. You’re either going for it or you’re not.
Lately I’ve been SO STOKED on riding! I’m riding almost every day and getting really fit. As stoked as I am, I must admit I’ve descending slowly and carefully relative to my potential. Why am I riding below my potential?
Valmont Bike Park in Boulder, CO is a world class facility with a huge range of trails, tracks and terrain. It’s the perfect place for a skills class. 20% of your class fees go straight to supporting the park. We offer classes for all levels: Level 1 MTB skills at Valmont Bike Park in Boulder, […]
Hi Lee, I purchased your excellent book Welcome to Pump Track Nation v2 (hardcover) because my son and I are building a pump track in our backyard. I was wondering if I could ask you a question. I’ve gotten a dirt sample from a friend who’s got an excavator and can deliver it to me. […]