None of the arguments in favour of "Body English" are winning me over, I'm afraid. It's a hand-me-down cliche from another sport, it's American, it's still lame and nonsensical.
Even as a corruption of "body language", it doesn't work. Body language is non-verbal communication. What does that have to do with riding a bike, or a trials bike? Unless you're riding along looking down and to the side, because you're shy.
I'm sure it's a tricky job filling a cycling magazine every month without resorting to buzzwords, cliches and pseudo-engineering gobbledegook regurgitated from press releases, but "Body English" belongs on the cutting-room floor.
Come on Singletrack, get it up there on that whiteboard along with the dog poop.