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Sep 15, 2020 at 10:31
Sep 15, 2020

Seattle MTB Descending Coach

$25 USD
My name is Roman, and this is my MTB descending class. I am a local to Fall City, so I know the trails in the area very well. I have a bunch of trails which I recommend as I feel they are good for building skills, but it is up to you on what we ride. Depending on what it is you want to work on, we can session features or corners on the way down and improve upon different skills. More information about specifics below. 1 on 1 descending class offered at Raging River (and certain old 27 trails that I am allowed to share), Tiger Mountain, Tokul, and Duthie. Also for those of you who just want a guide for the trails, I can do that too! During the class you can work on various skills such as cornering, jumping, and line choice. Your choice of location at any of the 4 trail systems listed above. I always bring a small first aid kit, cell phone, extra water, and I am certified in CPR. $25/hr - Or whatever you think it was worth Text 206-84nine(3six99) or DM me on Pinkbike (I check daily) for more information and to set up a ride! UPDATE: Will resume coaching after November 26th

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Jun 8, 2020 at 13:16
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Rough AF Forever!

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Apr 1, 2020 at 12:33
Apr 1, 2020
Video: We Tested Our Bike From The Future - The Grim Donut Part 2 [April Fools]
Saw that part 2 was out on PinkBike's Instagram post. I have been looking forward to watching this so I set up my computer and got a bag of chips so that the video would be more enjoyable. Then this... wow
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Roman1234 mikelevy's article
Feb 13, 2020 at 22:08
Feb 13, 2020
Opinion: Does Mountain Biking Need a Race of Champions?
Course could look like: start out flat for a bit (sprint to get speed), then the hill would steepen and transition into flat grass turns, then transition into technical DH, transition into flow/jumps (carrying speed out of the DH will be important), then back to another section of technical DH, but then it flattens out for a bit of trail riding (carrying speed and pedaling will be important), then finishes with an uphill sprint (maybe about a minute?). Any changes? I think the XC portion is best done at the end so that people are not tired for the DH portion (could be dangerous when tired). Any other suggestions?
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Jan 28, 2020 at 9:32
Jan 28, 2020
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9th video is crazy
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Jan 27, 2020 at 7:25
Jan 27, 2020
Sure shot by the beastie boys

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Jan 7, 2020 at 22:22
Jan 7, 2020
The 25 Greatest Riders of the Decade
Brendan Fairclough, Kade Edwards, Jordie Lunn
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