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Meles mikekazimer's article
Sep 1, 2023 at 5:37
Sep 1, 2023
Throwback Thursday: 5 Videos From the 2003 Race Face Ultimate Freeride Challenge
More UFC Video entrys from this era: - I take the Bonus Points, I still ride my freeride machine from 2003!
Meles edspratt's article
Nov 4, 2022 at 5:05
Nov 4, 2022
5 Bikes Stolen After Break In at Cotic
@edspratt: Hi Ed, I wrote you an direct message here on pb, would be great if yo check it out :) Greetings, Marc
Meles erickgonzalez's article
Jun 1, 2022 at 13:22
Jun 1, 2022
Video: Riding Some of Sedona's Hardest Lines on... a Unicycle?
A famous youtuber made a great video about this sport: - so good to watch!
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Dec 24, 2020 at 12:26
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Meles pinkbikeoriginals's article
Dec 11, 2020 at 14:14
Dec 11, 2020
Video: Advanced MTB Cornering Techniques with Christina Chappetta
@christinachappetta: Number 1 "Elbows out” spreader Lee Mc Cormack says today: "Ellbows out" was wrong, and I apologize. That position is weak, encourages you to pull and push in the wrong directions, and, it turns out, is very bad for your shoulders. I really am sorry. Now that I know more, I suggest your elbows spend most of their time behind your grips. As you might expect, your handlebar width determines your elbow position. Elbows relaxed by the sides — not sticking way out! — and they’re behind the grips. This is strong, effective and safe. When you pull hard, your elbows will draw inward toward your torso. When you push hard, they flare outward. This is normal. Let it happen. But your median, ready elbow position should be directly behind your hands. You might be thinking, “This is wrong. I see lots of great riders with their elbows out.” You are correct! There are moments when their elbows are out, but these are integrated moments. Top riders like Brian Lopes and Aaron Gwin are not trying to maintain a static elbows-out position — but they’ll flare their elbows in some moments. One example: Tucking low. Another example: Preparing for a big push into a turn or off a ledge. Also, the wider your handlebar is, the wider your elbows will be." Source: "So learn what to do with your elbows. Sorry, I was wrong about them being out all the time."
Meles TillmannBrothers's article
Dec 5, 2020 at 11:14
Dec 5, 2020
Live Stream Now Finished: 'The Old World' Features Some of Europe's Wildest Riding
Loved it and I am raised with Kranked and NWD films plus Collective etc. I just enjoyed the movie and the riding, I don't wanna be one of those overthinkers or people who compare it to this or that. Or try to find things to critisize while watching. I prefer enjoying the movie, appreaciating all the hard work behind it and the great riding. Thankful to watch this for free and if it would be the DVD era, I would have it in my collection (I have a lot movies from that time). Ride on, Marc
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