3 Grip Tips for MTBing in Mud and Wet
Earlier this year I competed in a muddy and wet mountain bike night race. It was a ton of fun, but tough on equipment. And it was even tougher to stay upright and keep a decent speed, what with slippery logs and roots all over the place. Some were even halfway around corners between narrow trees!
So how did I get through the race in one piece and without crashing?
What's really better? 26 vs 27.5 vs 29er
There’s a lot of debate going on about which mountain bike wheel size is best...
Yes, 29ers roll easier and make a lot of aspects of mountain biking easier. Yes, 26ers are more maneuverable and in many ways are still the most fun wheel size to ride. And lets not forget the 27.5, or 650B, hailed as the great compromise between both…
But, is there something you’re forgetting?
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3 of the Best Mountain Biking Tips Ever
Here are three of the best mountain biking tips ever, to help you become your best on the trails:
1. Look where you want to go, not at what you want to miss.
Where you look has a huge influence over where your wheels will roll. It’s the Golden rule of mountain biking: “Your wheels will follow your eyes”. Stare long eno...