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How to corner confidently, with Lars Sternberg

How to corner video with Lars Sternberg. Shralping, shredding, roosting SST on Galbraith Mtn.

40 Comments

  • + 21
 .whats the song?
  • + 6
 it says at the end.....
  • + 4
 its at the end of the video-song: Roygbiv, Artist: Boards of Canada
  • + 5
 seriously. does that have to be the first thing you ask?
great vid btw. just what the doctor ordered!
  • + 1
 the burglar is a pinner! and he seems like a tight guy
  • + 11
 i've watched quite a few cornering help videos, must say this is the best one, talks about diferent scenarios, instead of ''how to corner on a perfect berm'' props Salute
  • - 1
 i don't know why he is using an old fox vanilla rc shock and not some thing newer?
  • + 5
 Man he is fast.. Really diging the how to videos!
  • + 7
 me too, great tips for everyday use on the trail.
  • + 3
 He did a great job on explaining everything and you can see whats he is talking about when he is riding on the clips.
This video should be a temlate for other "how to riding" videos!
  • + 2
 I agree, he is fast on the wet terrain.
  • + 1
 Sick video. I love the how to's. Transition bikes doesn't have near the credit they deserve. Awesome company owned by a RIDER! Keep these how to videos coming please. Thanks guys.
  • + 0
 because the people who own intense, morewood, commencal, yeti and specialized arent riders...
  • + 2
 Sweet bikes from great companies are cool. I've met a number of rider/owners over the years, and they all get stoked on people digging their wares. Transition Bike Company has evolved as a labor of love by guys who still skip out of work to go ride, and they go big. I know I'm biased, because they live and work here, and I see them on the trails, in the grocery store, and lifting a glass at a movie premier (when they're not in the hospital...Bradical), they organize trail work crews and get everyone from groms on up pumped to ride.

They ride what they design, and are stoked to see you having a great time on the trails, regardless of what you ride. The TBC crew are the real deal, and great members of our community. I'm sure they are a little more recognizable in this area than they would be if they were in Temecula (props to Intense, stopped by there a while back to look at the shop. Sweet). I think it is their proximity to the Meccas of the freeride world, their dedication to riding and building community that truly speaks to riders and hence elicits comments like shred'n Ben above. I don't see his comment as something exclusive to TBC, but something to celebrate about this company and how it exists in the wider MTB community.

NBD though, we're each entitled to our own perspective. Light's charged, school's almost out for the summer, and I'm jonesin to get out and rail some bermed right-hander-to-flat-left corner and work on the flow!
  • + 4
 I cant do that for shit, props for on his quick turns.
  • + 2
 on a trail bike too.
  • + 2
 Covert. Kick Ass AM Bike.
  • + 3
 That is such a legit all mountain bike. Super nice trails and skills! Awesome.
  • + 3
 nice, keep the how too's coming!!!
  • + 2
 Great vid. Makes Galby look super fun. Wish I could ride that fast and smooth!
  • + 3
 very usefull video..sick cornering
  • + 3
 Very well done and very informative! Great job Lars!
  • + 4
 lol The face shot.
  • + 2
 Very good vid Lars, ^^the Covert is much more than a trail bike!
  • + 3
 Nice "how to" music!!
  • + 1
 wow at 5.20, just makes you realise that pro dh racers are at such a different level. what shock was that by the way?
  • + 1
 ya i agree a lot w/ that statement.
  • + 1
 Mr. London,

That particular berm's entrance is quite steep too, and hard to rail for us mere mortals. Amazing how he gets so much pop coming out. I'm going to have to hit that again tomorrow with this vision in my mind. The weather's been pretty wet since January anyway so it is in similar condition... That is how we (like you in the UK) get comfortable in the wet stuff.
  • + 2
 thanks for some usefull "how-to's"
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 Lars rockin' the old school fox vanilla
  • + 2
 holy crap buddy can rip ... respect
  • + 1
 i got one off this shock the old vanilla , on my shova and in works very good
still rock & roll , baby .............
  • + 1
 nice bike. and thanks for the techniques it should help when i get my new bike.
  • + 1
 I love this bike, my Covert performed great on the mountain the last two weeks.
  • + 1
 i'd race him. lol .
  • + 1
 cool
  • + 1
 pinnr
  • - 1
 Neat. Is that blackrock?
  • + 4
 No, it's SST on Galbraith mountain, like the description says.
  • + 1
 Lol . Seriously though folks,i bet he has ridden that trail hundreds of times,which does help a lot.

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