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  • United States Adjust your Fox Forty Triple Clamp Fork Alignment - BikeCo Tips in Sixty

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    BikeCo.com's Joe Binatena explains how to adjust your Fox Forty Fork triple clamp. Poor alignment adds a lot of friction to a fork as it enters and returns from travel. This makes for a substantially less plush fork and is much harder on the bushings in the lower legs and stanchions to have the additional stresses.

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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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