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Media, interviews, speaking requests, skills lessons:

kate (at) mtbtips (dot) com


Comments or questions:

I more than welcome any questions or comments you may have, but please keep the following in mind when posting your comment:

Keep it cool.  I don’t mean cool as in full of cool words like ‘sic’ and ‘bitchin’ man’.  But cool as in Cool, Calm and Collected, like Fonzie from Happy Days.  We’re all here to learn and get more out of mountain biking, so be nice to each other.  Sure you can post your opinion, but if your comment is rude it will be deleted.

  • Please use your personal name or initials.
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The best way to tell me what you think is to post a comment on the blog or tweet me @chrisatmtbtips on Twitter.

I may not be able to answer all of your questions in between entertaining four children, two businesses and everything else that fills my days, but I’ll do my best.  And besides me there’s always the wealth of experience and advice from other commenters who frequent the site.  Have fun and spread the good word about



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