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riding tips

“YOUR CRANKS ARE TOO LONG”

Gene Hamilton of Better Ride says 155mm cranks work better than 175mm cranks, and he's 6'3"

Gene Hamilton is one of the top mountain bike skills trainers in the world, so he's worth listening too. He says he heard from Lance Canfield of Canfield Bikes that 155mm cranks work better than 175mm cranks for all kinds of riding.…
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HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR BODY POSITION ON THE BIKE

The Fundamental Movement

Bending at the belly button is a weak, not athletic position that causes us to ride poorly and leads to massive back pain. The Hinge is your power center, it helps you stay centered and neutral and it protects your back.
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THROWBACK TUESDAY: GREG MINNAAR’S SPEED SECRET

Dual Slalom Racing

We were going through some old photos and came upon this one of Greg Minnaar from the Dual Slalom race at Whistler Crankworx in 2008. Greg has told that one of his speed secrets is to look way ahead on the course instead of looking down…
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10 REASONS WE LOVE TO RIDE

If you have yet to give this amazing sport a try, or you’ve been looking for a reason to get back out and ride, we hope this provides you with all the inspiration you need
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How To: Fastest Way to Ride

I’m sure many of you can relate to the horror of getting ready to go ride, so I put together a list of ways to save pre-ride time to maximize your time on the trail.
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