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Serious One Dirt
Frame:System: HardtailMaterial type: AluminiumFork:System: suspension forkBrand: RSTSuspension Fork:Travel: 100 mmGear set:Gear type: DerailleurGear No.: 21Brand: ShimanoType: AlivioDerailleur:Version: TripleBrand: ShimanoType: TourneyGear lever:Brand: ShimanoType: AltusChainset:Brand:ShimanoKMCType:FC-M1
­71Z51Translation sheet 1: 42 gearsRation chainring 2: 34 gearsRation chainring 3: 24 gearsInner bearing:Brand: ThunSystem: CartridgeCassette:Brand: ShimanoType: MF-TZ21Ration chainring: 14 gearsFront brakes:Brand: ProMaxType: TX123DSystem: V-BrakeRear brakes:Brand: ProMaxType: TX123DSystem: V-BrakeBrake lever:Brand: ShimanoType: ST-EF 51-7Handlebars:Brand: HLType: MTB-AL-152BTMaterial: AluminiumStem:Brand: HLType: TDS-D364-8Material: AluminiumGrips: Velo VLG-429-D2Head Set: VP-A71Saddle: Velo VL-2044...

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Serious One Dirt - Review

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Mountain biking in sand is a relatively easy to skill to learn but something many riders are not exposed to until they head south to ride (Moab, Fruita, Bootleg Canyon, Arizona and Florida). This is a quick how to mountain bike tutorial with some great advice I learned from Mountain Bike legend Missy Giove. For more detail on this and other mountain bike skills visit our website at http://www.betterride.net .
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How To Mountain Bike in Sand 1

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Riding my Pivot mach 5.7 11.3 miles of mostly downhill after being dropped off by the shuttle run.
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Mt. Lowe. Downhill Mountain Bike Ride.

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26er or a 29er?
If you haven't already seen my first two videos on the subject, I suggest you check them out:

The 26er and 29er refer to 26 or 29 inch wheels.

Now, this is the easiest decision for a beginner to Mountain biking... Go with the 29er.

The 29er will better assist you with rough terrain and uphill climbing over a 26er any day.

The only real reasons you would want a 26er are for a little less weight and better technical control. However, let's be honest, if you are just starting out, an extra ½ pound won't significantly affect you... and it will be lots, likely years, of practice before you get into the crazy west coast technical skinny stuff.

That's it... Unless you are a pro, just stick with the 29er. Once you put 1000 kilometers under the tires, you will know if you are ready to go for the serious tech stuff that 26ers are good at.

Thanks and have fun out there.
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29er or 26er - First Mountain Bike for Beginners

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Adjusting gears adds a whole new dimension to home bike maintenance. Smooth running front gears pays off in performance, so having the adjustment know-how is a handy skill for cyclists.
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Adjust Gears On A Mountain Bike

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One of the regular cycling routes used on the Wednesday night ride starting in Rangiora. Riding on the south side tracks and stopbank along side the Ashley river to Waikuku Beach and return.
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North Canterbury Cycle Club - Wednesday Night

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Flow Mountain Bike's Damian 'Hovercraft' Breach tackles a surprisingly deep river crossing in the Snowy Mountains. He actually made it the whole way across the river. In the air. Without his bike.
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How not to ride across a river

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How to use Rep Ladders to increase your strength on the trail without leaving yourself sore and tired in the process. You can find more tips like this and sign up for the free Trail Rider Fundamentals mini-course by visiting http://www.bikejames.com.
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Rep Ladders for Mountain Bike Strength Training

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Mudguards are a mountain bike must have. Here, Daniel Lloyd shows you how to fit an SKS Shockboard.
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MTB mudguards are a must-have bit of kit, especially if it's raining and you're actually riding through mud... A front mudguard will do a good job of keeping the mud and dirt out of your eyes, allowing you to keep control and know where you're going.

In this video, Daniel fits an SKS Shockboard.

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How To Fit A Mountain Bike Mudguard


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