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Hike A Bike: Carrying MTB Tutorial with Simon Bosman
Roll Down Lunge Tutorial with Simon Bosman MTB
Mastering the roll down lunge will not only improve your flow riding down ledges, but also comes into play on longer steep roll downs with an abrupt transition back to level ground.
Rear Wheel Flick Tutorial with Simon Bosman MTB
I practice this skill on every ride flicking debris off the trail. It’s not only beneficial to the trail but to my skill set. Where it is used most often on trail…
Manual Front Wheel Lift MTB Tutorial with Simon Bosman
When the manual front wheel lift is executed with proper technique it should be virtually effortless to loft the front wheel into the air. The is an intermediate skill that is the…
Rear Wheel Lift MTB Tutorial With Simon Bosman
The rear wheel lift is used often in technical climbing for bringing the back wheel up and over a ledge or to smoothly ride over a log. It probably seems pretty simple…
Basic Front Wheel Lift Tutorial With Simon Bosman
Basic front wheel lift is a great addition to ones skill set and is the easiest way to get the front wheel off the ground. It helps tremendously when the trail gets…
Body Positioning Tutorial with Simon Bosman MTB
These are the two essential body positions to improve your mountain bike form. Every technical maneuver is comprised of either one of these positions.
Trackstand MTB Tutorial With Simon Bosman
Just like slacklining, trackstands harness the power of the micro movements to help with your balance and counterbalance. It is not only a fun skill to practice off the trail, but it…
Bike Body Separation With Simon Bosman MTB
Bike Body separation is another way of saying “counter balance.” This will improve your technical riding immensely!
Ratcheting Tutorial with Simon Bosman MTB
Ratcheting may seem like an inconsequential skill but the more you practice it, the more you will use it.
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