Bryan takes you down the damn dam and shows you how to earn all of the projectives.
Stop the slip and max the grip up those really loose, sandy, or slippery climbs with this easy to learn mountain bike climbing technique. For the extra tips to help you learn faster, go to mtbtips dot com
The Morzine bike park is well known as the best location for mountain biking holidays in the alps. More than 650 km of trails of all kinds, 24 lifts (global largest amount), the lively towns of Morzine and Les Gets, make it the most popular mountain bike holidays location in the French alps. Original video by YouTube User ramsaybell89 License: Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed) www.youtube.com I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (www.youtube.com
MTB 29er or 26er – What to Buy? So you have just started mountain biking or are about to and would like some helpful tips to get you going? In this case, 26er or a 29er? If you haven’t already seen my first two videos on the subject, I suggest you check them out: The 26er and 29er refer to 26 or 29 inch wheels. Now, this is the easiest decision for a beginner to Mountain biking… Go with the 29er. The 29er will better assist you with rough terrain and uphill climbing over a 26er any day. The only real reasons you would want a 26er are for a little less weight and better technical control. However, let’s be honest, if you are just starting out, an extra ½ pound won’t significantly affect you… and it will be lots, likely years, of practice before you get into the crazy west coast technical skinny stuff. That’s it… Unless you are a pro, just stick with the 29er. Once you put 1000 kilometers under the tires, you will know if you are ready to go for the serious tech stuff that 26ers are good at. Thanks and have fun out there.