Decision Making – Drops, Jumps and Gaps – Guest Post by Elaine Bothe

By | January 29th, 2017|Bike Skills, Guest Post, Safety|

Learning good drop technique, building up to the big ones slowly and investigating a drop before sending it will be safer and more fun when you are ready! Written By Coach Elaine Bothe [...]

Results Reflection: The 12 Ride Flat Pedal Challenge

By | January 14th, 2017|Bike Skills, Coaching|

An inspiring and useful course completion report from Renzo who just finished The 12 Ride Flat Pedal Challenge. Thanks Renzo!... Completion Reflection Questions and Answers from Renzo: 1) How would you describe the increase of connection [...]

Overcoming fear of crashing

By | November 15th, 2016|Coaching, Guest Post, Mental Fitness|

Are you afraid of crashing? Wonder how to overcome fear? Working on strengthening your bike skills and the connection between your body and mind. Here is a particularly relevant question that one of our website readers [...]

7 Head Injury & Crash Tips – By Coach Elaine

By | November 5th, 2016|Guest Post, Safety|

*If you have hit your head in a crash - please seek medical attention as soon as possible. These 7 considerations are NOT a replacement for first-aid protocol - and we highly recommend riders take first-aid [...]

The Power of Visualization – #BikeBodyMind

By | October 26th, 2016|Bike Skills, Guest Post, Mental Fitness, Practice|

Guest Post by Curriculum Expert & Ambassador Jeffrey Neitlich From the Ryan Leech Connection Mtn Bike Skill Coaching Website I have spent the last few months working on a variety of skills/challenges: manuals, bunnyhops, balance, [...]

Reaching a Plateau? Try something Different!

By | September 4th, 2016|Guest Post|

Guest Post by Elaine Bothe Are you stuck on a lesson or not quite getting something? What have you found helpful to blast through it? During a recent practice session, I discovered how reviewing other [...]

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