RyanLeech

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rode in Burnaby Mountain / SFU. view ridelog
Jun 21, 2018 at 21:43
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RyanLeech RyanLeech's article
Jun 14, 2018 at 8:10
Jun 14, 2018
Ryan Leech On How the Risk Paradox Affects Mountain Bikers
Thanks for taking the time to share this for everyone's consideration freeride000, wishing you a strong recovery and many fun and healthy mountain bike rides in the future.
RyanLeech RyanLeech's article
Jun 13, 2018 at 16:43
Jun 13, 2018
Ryan Leech On How the Risk Paradox Affects Mountain Bikers
Great philosophy TheRaven, love that perspective, and am always doing my best to adjust my riding to reflect that, it's an ongoing process for sure.
RyanLeech RyanLeech's article
Jun 13, 2018 at 16:39
Jun 13, 2018
Ryan Leech On How the Risk Paradox Affects Mountain Bikers
@TyPierce: totally agree, great plan!
RyanLeech RyanLeech's article
Jun 13, 2018 at 10:59
Jun 13, 2018
Ryan Leech On How the Risk Paradox Affects Mountain Bikers
You bring up a crucial question jnicol and I'm glad you're back on the bike exploring it. So the question you raise in summary is more or less: 'how do you focus when you're not pushing your limits?' Solving this riddle I consider to be one of the keys to a long life of enjoying mountain biking, and there is no quick one-size-fits-all solution. Based on your comment it seems that the self-inquiry that triggers insights about this question is well underway for you. Ride ON!
RyanLeech RyanLeech's article
Jun 13, 2018 at 10:38
Jun 13, 2018
Ryan Leech On How the Risk Paradox Affects Mountain Bikers
Fabulous work you're doing snl, nice one man, so needed. I love how you explain arousal management, a great alternative term for our mtb culture to explore and work with when compared to the more generic term mindfulness training.
RyanLeech RyanLeech's article
Jun 13, 2018 at 9:04
Jun 13, 2018
RyanLeech RyanLeech's article
Jun 13, 2018 at 8:37
Jun 13, 2018
Ryan Leech On How the Risk Paradox Affects Mountain Bikers
Always great to work with you Wacek!, and thanks for this reflection and added insights here, it's a rich topic.
RyanLeech RyanLeech's article
Jun 13, 2018 at 8:34
Jun 13, 2018
Ryan Leech On How the Risk Paradox Affects Mountain Bikers
Just like you shared here, I have found that spending some time getting about my goals/values as a rider very helpful to help reduce the number of risks I take that are motivated by the wrong reasons. Thanks for sharing, and also similar to item number 5 I'm loving challenging myself on tech climbs these days too!
RyanLeech RyanLeech's article
Jun 2, 2018 at 9:45
Jun 2, 2018
Ryan Leech On How the Risk Paradox Affects Mountain Bikers
Cheers Mike, insightful is part of what I was going for ;-) It's a challenging subject to find the right words for, but I think most riders, older ones especially, should be able to relate and benefit from this further inquiry.
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