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This afternoon we were messing around in the Boneyward slopestyle area, and I was stymied by this huge curved wall ride. The precise technique eluded me, so I asked a local how to do it. He said, “Just give ‘er.”
So many cool folks, so much great riding …
The Mountain States Cup’s grande finale blended cool people, great courses, perfect weather and crazy action.
The key to bunny hopping isn’t pulling up: it’s pushing down. Pull up too hard and you might hurt yourself.
All you Type-A overachievers are trying to optimize your bikes for Mammoth’s mammoth Super D. Well here’s the deal.
Last weekend I got a taste of long-distance racing at the Park City Endurance 100. I wouldn’t have said this during the race, but I still like bikes.
I just returned from the ultimate press junket, where I got to ride and race the 2006 Cannondale Rush. Here’s what I think.
Some of you are thinking, “4X racing looks fun. I think I’ll give it a try.” Here’s what you should know.
Hi Lee- In your latest write up (which is great BTW) you mention your 2003 Enduro has a different length shock that lowers the bb height. What length is it? Where does it put the head angle and BB height? May I ask why you did it?
The Beaver Meadows race is coming up, and one of the CSU cycling team members seeks help designing a course.
I’ve been so focused on learning and teaching how to ride fast that I’ve lost touch with riding for its own sake — or at least covering miles just for the sake of covering miles. Never mind line choice and exit speed — just turn the cranks and enjoy the scenery.