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  • United States BikeYoke Remote

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    Reverb alternative remote

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  • Netherlands Trailbuilding

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    Replaced woodwork on shore. Bigger and better landing for shore and jump. Made jump bigger.

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  • Germany Reverb wire remote kit - DeHy

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    No more hydraulic cable! Control your Reverb stealth with a "wire cable". Coming soon! https://www.BikeYoke.com

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  • United Kingdom Thoracic foam roll 2

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    Here's another quick tip for releasing upper back tension and stiffness. It's particularly important on the bike to have a flexible and mobile upper back as it provides rotation and helps with keeping your shoulders pain-free.

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  • United Kingdom Thoracic foam roll 1

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    Here's a quick tip for releasing upper back tension and stiffness. It's particularly important on the bike to have a flexible and mobile upper back as it provides rotation and helps with keeping your shoulders pain-free.

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  • Switzerland Flims

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    views of Flims - Runca trail

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  • United States Basic Headset Adjustment - BikeCo Tips in Sixty

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    In this Tips in Sixty we outline how to adjust a loose headset on your mountain bike. Running loose bearing systems is incredibly hard on your chassis' service life. For a more detailed review check out an earlier video featuring BikeCo owner Joe Binatena here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJzdDo0lN1U

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  • United States Master the Manual

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    A manual is simply a standing wheelie created by your body position on a bicycle. By mastering this technique you’ll be able to flow into and off of objects in the trail, safely carrying speed.

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  • United States Crawling for Mountain Biking

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    Mountain biking finds a lot of riders in a mostly seated, forward leaning position. When you sit down your core isn’t as engaged and it is hard to not round at the lower back, which means you are creating a lot of fitness on top of a weak, misaligned core. In this video, I talk about why crawling addresses this and how it can help.

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  • United States Crawling for Mountain Biking

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    In this video, I talk about the benefits of crawling for mountain biking. While mountain biking has a lot of positive benefits, one thing it isn’t good for is your core. That’s right, this beautiful sport that we all love is slowly eroding your core function and strength, setting you up for back pain and decreased performance. Crawling can help to combat this.

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  • United States Chimney caps long island

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    Chimney cap keeps unwanted items and creatures out of a chimney, preventing water damage and lessening a chimney draft. You can visit http://www.chimneygenie.com for more details about chimney caps and their uses.

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  • United States Clean Cable Routing Tip

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    I had a rider ask about my cable routing yesterday on a local pedal. Here is one way we keep bikes looking sharp while minimizing chatter between cables. #bikecotipsinsixty

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  • Canada How to box your bike

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    Check out the detailed instructions, including additional tips, here: http://tdaglobalcycling.com/2016/07/how-to-box-your-bicycle-for-your-next-cycle-touring-adventure/

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