clamps81 WelshGravityEnduro's article
May 24, 2017 at 12:23May 24, 2017
Bird Gravity Enduro Welsh Open EWS Qualifier
Great weekend - really impressed with the organisation and atmosphere at the event. For once the Welsh weather didn't interfere too badly as well. Bumping into a world champ on the sport stages was also a welcome surprise.
clamps81 BrodieHoodPhotography's article
Dec 15, 2016 at 15:07Dec 15, 2016
Hannah Barnes: Adventures with Mum - Video
This is splendid.
clamps81 Nukeproofinternational's article
Jul 13, 2016 at 12:43Jul 13, 2016
Help for Heroes at the 2016 Megavalanche
Shared a lift up with a couple of these guys - really inspiring stuff .
clamps81 EnduroWorldSeries's article
May 18, 2016 at 11:36May 18, 2016
Three’s a Crowd: EWS Round 3, Ireland - Highlights Video
Brilliant coverage PB - keep it up!
clamps81 pinkbikeaudience's article
Jul 16, 2015 at 1:57Jul 16, 2015
Stan's No Tubes - Enduro World Series Round 4 Fantasy Contest
1) Jerome Clementz 2) Jared Graves 3) Fabien Barel 1) Tracey Moseley 2) Anne Chausson. 3) Cecile Ravanel
clamps81 pinkbikeaudience's article
May 29, 2015 at 8:50May 29, 2015
Alpinestars - Enduro World Series Round 3 Fantasy Contest
1.) Joe Barnes 2.) Justin Leov 3.) Jerome Clementz Women : 1.) Tracy Moseley, 2.) Anne Caroline Chausson 3.) Cecile Ravanel
clamps81 LKTV's article
Mar 25, 2015 at 4:30Mar 25, 2015
Video: Point of Neil
I am annoyed that Laurie Greenland has driven across the bleeding bridge to ride something on my doorstep that I knew nothing about. I must now find it. Which, er, shouldn't be that hard actually. Great vid though, something a bit different from the usual.
clamps81 bretttippie's article
Feb 6, 2015 at 10:16Feb 6, 2015
Night Adventures With Brett Tippie, Wade Simmons and Ryan Leech
Bloody hell, I've not been in Vancouver for fourteen years and I still recognise bits of that. Bloody brilliant video of people just having fun on bikes. Thanks PB
clamps81 mtbstrengthcoach's article
Jan 27, 2015 at 11:37Jan 27, 2015
Video: More Movement Tips to Help Your Cornering
I really enjoy these vids and think there's a lot of value to them, but I think it over complicates things slightly and makes riders maybe think about the wrong things. The best MTB coach I went to is a bloke in England who goes by Jedi on a number of proper forums. His USP as it were is that he has a way of telling people to do stuff by focusing on one or two things that sort of generates these movements, these optimal positions etc He doesn't do this bellybutton thing - he sets you up through a corner one step at a time until you get each thing right so you know how quick feels - if what you're doing is helping or not. That way, you don't get silly focused on thing or another, you drop a pedal to a greater or lesser degree and you get you looking right and you tweak one thing at a time until you can feel it yourself. I think a lot of these systems focus too much on 'if you do x you will be quicker and y is wrong' instead of work on this aspect and ride a corner thirty times and then change this and feel what that does and so on and so forth. Eventually you know why you're slow or what you're doing wrong. Doesn't mean you can easily fix it, but you know that you're relying on pedal drop too much instead of body positioning or that you're tired and not looking in the right place. With stuff like this I think it's easier to feel it rather than seeing a lecture - for practical purposes anyway. That aside, I found it really interesting and I do enjoy these viids.