zepmtbcamps

Established in 2006, ZEP Mountain Bike Camps is Whistler's premier coaching and instructor training company; running kids and adults camps, weekly programs and youth development racing teams from May to October. ZEP continually strives to offer the ultimate mountain bike learning and riding experiences through the industries finest instructors; those who train and certify other instructors.

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Mar 22, 2021 at 19:16
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Podcast: Rachel Atherton on Developing Her Mindset, the Loneliness of Winning, and More
What a great podcast... thanks Rach and Looking Sideways. Loads of great insight and nuggets in here, a quality interview!
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Video: Transition's Co-Owners Explore Orcas Island in 'Across the Bay'
raddest bikes from the raddest crew... cheers fellas!
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May 12, 2020 at 14:07
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Video: Front Brake & Body Position Skills for Steeps with ZEP Mythbusters
Thanks Yoann... excited to ride with you soon!
zepmtbcamps zepmtbcamps's article
May 12, 2020 at 14:07
May 12, 2020
Video: Front Brake & Body Position Skills for Steeps with ZEP Mythbusters
Yeah, we here you... we've had one on order for a while but it keeps getting delayed!
zepmtbcamps zepmtbcamps's article
May 12, 2020 at 14:05
May 12, 2020
Video: Front Brake & Body Position Skills for Steeps with ZEP Mythbusters
Good question @tewks... that's more for approaching rock rolls, then you can get lower as you ride down the rest of it. When you're tall it can help the rider see "over" the edge of the rock roll, to get a better line choice as they enter, for example. For more experienced/expert riders, they can ride more mellow features in a taller position and save a bunch of energy as bracing with arms/legs that are more extended can be easier compared to bracing with arms/legs really bent. But you're right, it can feel (and look!) weird for people trying it the first time, but it can feel great for some riders who have done a 100 rock rolls. We try to always look at things in terms or "pro's and con's" more than "right or wrong". Hope that helps!
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