"Normal"riding MTB videos
Great vid Leo 🙂
I would not fancy dropping on to that wet log !
slight thread hijack… I too was looking for a vid the other but could not find it. It was of three youngish riders in Scotland, they were riding in Jeans with Flat pedals. Was looking for it, as it’s what got me to try flats and I love em…..Anyone remember it/know where i could find it ?Posted 4 years ago
GEDA: That video was made by a friend of mine. Awesome riding, he’s skilled! The Oddride track is a bit out of town, not tried it, yet. 🙂
I was into NS/freeride for 5-8 years ago, it’s also fun but hard on your gear. These days I enjoy tricky and technical singletracks more.
Tonights snowride(Ok, 1 cm only) was a blast! 20 km on the best local trails, almost all of the mud is frozen and no ice = no need for spikes yet. Winter riding in conditions like this is sometimes even better than dry trails in the summer.
/LeoPosted 4 years agorichmtbguruMember
Not bad for the average trail centre riders Leo although I’m not too sure people are that bothered about what mud guards they’ve got on, it’s muddy and wet here all the time but we just get on with it. One of my courses I teach consists of riding a ‘bald tyre to learn to cope with wet and demanding trails… not too sure about the opening show off ‘ basic ‘ wheelie, endo and bunny hop, very basic and a tad embarrassing to watch but apart from them few glitches it was enjoyable to watch compared to most these days..well done 🙂Posted 4 years agorichmtbguruMember
Wow, great vid there macavity! From the moment I saw you ( assuming it is you ) walking up the track the way you do, I thought there is no way can you ride a bike, but how surprised I was!Posted 4 years ago
No cheesy intros and I’m pretty sure your capable of much more than a wheelie, endo and bunny hop 😉
Well done sir, another talent has flourished.
Oh and I think it’s great getting the dog involved too.. 🙂
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