Tag: mtb tips

Top 5 MTB Tips & Tricks (EWS Approved!)

What’s up guys I’m Jeff the founder of worldwide Cyclery and a little while back I asked one of our sponsored downhill racers Max Morgan to write a blog for us on the 5 coolest little pro tips that he has and if you’re wondering who max Morgan, is check out this clip of him […]

5 Ways To Push Your Mountain Biking | Mountain Bike Skills

– Do you feel like your skill level has plateaued? Often the learning curve is steeper to start, and then you get comfortable and stop progressing. So let’s look at a few fun things today that will help you push on and improve your riding. (jazzy music) The first thing to do is to change […]

How to Ride Down Stairs on a Mountain Bike: The 4 Key Tips

Hi Groovers, Chris here from www.MTBtips.com with my Top 4 Tips for riding down comment on top for tips for writing down stairs with more speed, ease and control. Stairs are great fun, and the skills you learn here can be applied to Mother Nature’s stairs on the trails, too. Click the link on screen […]

10 Bike Hacks for MTB & Beyond

Life hacks videos are almost never useful sources of information, but they’re great entertainment. Today, we’ll be looking at 10 life hacks just for mountain bikers. Let’s begin. If you use action cameras the way I do, the cases get filthy inside and out. Just put them in the dishwasher with detergent and everything. They’ll […]

Mountain Bike Skills: Blake’s Guide To MTB Car Park Tricks

– [Blake] Hello and welcome to Blake Samson’s How to Impress Your Friends in the Car Park Before Heading Out for a Jolly Ride. Arrive on time. At the right location. With fresh gear. Ahh, clean bike. Here are a few ways I like to impress my mates when I’m in the car park even […]

DIY Mountain Bike Wash Station

At this point, Berm Creek has everything we need to ride, work, and hang out. But there’s one problem that I still haven’t solved—The mess that is bike washing. Granted, this isn’t a big problem. But I wash enough bikes where it makes sense to craft a permanent solution—one that doesn’t involve getting mud on […]

Your First MTB Trail Ride – Mountain Biking Explained EP3

Lisa has been getting bolder. Having ridden trails a few times since our last video, she’s also gotten stronger, more confident, and definitely more adept at handling her bike. She’s riding in narrow spaces, making sharp turns, and weaving her way around trails that she’s never ridden before. The first time we rode, she wouldn’t […]

Riding Insane & Beautiful North Shore MTB features

Last year I visited the Pacific Northwest for the first time, and got to see “North Shore” features in their natural habitat. The definition of what a “North Shore” feature is can vary, but usually the term is used to describe a ladder bridge, drop, berm, teeter totter, or other obstacle, made from wood. Often […]

10 Bike Tips & Hacks for MTB, Road, and Beyond

Fall is upon us in the Northern Hemisphere, which often means the best dirt and weather of the year. Let’s kick off the season with 10 bike hacks and tips that you can use to save money, be prepared, and have fun. Have you ever used duct tape to make a temporary repair? Eric Porter […]

How flow trails are built | Build & Ride in Hot Springs, Arkansas

If mountain bike trails were food, hand-cut singletrack would be filet mignon. Flow trails would be Lasagna And jump lines would be pizza, craft beer, and tacos. By now you can tell that I’m hungry. But I make these analogies because today’s video is about what goes on in the kitchen. What goes into making […]