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Aug 25, 2019
Rode in Frederick Watershed. view ridelog
Jul 17, 2019 at 12:05
Jul 17, 2019
6.9 km - 00:41 - 2 achievements - 1 badges
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Nov 17, 2017 at 9:37
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Nov 17, 2017 at 9:26
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avatar4281 oneronin's photo
Jul 22, 2015 at 6:05
Jul 22, 2015
How can this be a 2015 when the 2015 Stache (You didn't even spell that correctly) has 29+ tires and an asymmetric chainstay? This bike is probably stolen.

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Nov 1, 2014 at 8:10
Nov 1, 2014

Shimano Saint M820 complete kit

$140 USD
NEW IN BOX Shimano Saint M820 I-Spec shifter. NEW Jagwire Mountain Pro shift cable kit for 1, Carbon Black. USED 2014 Shimano Saint M820 rear derailleur, w/ freeride kit. I am selling this because I am going single speed on my DJ/street trials bike. I had a Zee shifter on my bike and bought the new I-spec, is why it's new in box. Thank you for looking!

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Oct 8, 2014 at 5:57
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avatar4281 mtbstrengthcoach's article
Jun 15, 2014 at 5:08
Jun 15, 2014
3 Steps to Faster Corners
From years of riding motorcycles and reading/taking classes on how to ride better: 1) countersteering only works above a threshold speed which is different for every bike. You can see in the video he is not doing it because when you're countersteering the wheel literally turns the wrong way but the back of the bike swings out. Countersteering, leaning your body into the turn, and leaning the bike all have the same effect of turning. Look at pictures of supermoto racing for an example. It has to do with the physics of gyroscopes. 2) You lean the bike on dirtbikes because you want the rear wheel to lose traction and slide a little, and you very definitely have your foot down in the dirt as a stabilizer. For road racing they exaggerate their body lean, and keep the bike upright as possible because when the bike is vertical the tires have more traction than when they are leaned over. Supermoto is great to watch because they use both road and dirt techniques in the same race. Road riders also slide their knee with special pads that has the same stabilizing effect (supermoto uses both foot and knee pads). I am kinda new to mountain biking but I would think that for flat turns that are not too sharp you want to lean your body more than the bike, and turn your hips. For sharp turns where you want to slide lean the bike more and weight the front tire more to reduce traction on the rear and have your foot ready to slide. But I am not an expert-- I just find it funny that no one can decide how to turn a bike.
avatar4281 JoseMillan's video
Feb 22, 2014 at 15:25
Feb 22, 2014
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What does this have to do with trials?

avatar4281 wujozbujo's video
Feb 22, 2014 at 15:25
Feb 22, 2014
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What does this have to do with trials?

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