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A Guide to Mountain Biking Body Position

Body position is one of the best ways to ride faster and with more grip.

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Top 10 MTB Maintenance Tips

Getting into the habit of doing a quick mechanical check of your bike on a regular basis will save you money and hassle in the long run.

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5 Trials Skills That Every Mountain Bike Rider Should Know

The Global Mountain Bike Network (GMBN) crew show us five simple trials skills that can improve the way you ride your bike.

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Clips vs Flats - Which Pedals Should You Choose For Mountain Biking?

Trying to decide whether you want to run flats or clipless pedals? Here's a good rundown of the pros and cons of each setup from the Global Mountain Bike Network (GMBN) team.

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How To Set Up Clipless Pedals - MTB Pro Tips

Here's another really informative video from the Global Mountain Biking Network (GMBN) team on everything from positioning your cleats to finding the best clipless pedal for you.

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5 Ways to Ride Faster on Your Hardtail

Not all of us have fancy full suspension bikes, and have to look at riding trails in a slightly different way.

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Bike Tyres With Built in Suspension

This is an interesting demonstration video on the new ERW "Airless" In Wheel Suspension.

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Pumping the Trail

Darren Butler and Ruben Salzgaber from Endless Biking take you down Fromme's Bobsled while giving you tips to pump the trail.

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Top 10 Common Mountain Biking Mistakes

The Global Mountain Bike Network (GMBN) team have offered up this neat wee video of ten of the most common mountain biking mistakes and how to solve them.

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Buying your first XC Mountain Bike - Size and Geometry

Here's an entertaining and informative clip on what the best size and geometry of your first cross country bike should be.

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