Croos Country MTB California State Championship 2018 – Cat 1 – 30 to 39 – 3rd Place

Very fun day 🙂 it was a slow start but I wanted to save energy for the race as it was a long one. My strategy seemed to have worked out.

Snow Valley Bike Park. The newest MTB Park in Southern California. But is it worth the trip?

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Snow Valley just opened the newest mountain bike park in Southern California. I went up to see what the story was, and this is what I found out.

The upshot? Snow Valley will likely be a decent lift-access mountain bike park situated only 20 minutes from either Snow Summit or Skypark at Santa’s Village.

That’s rad.

Bike: Intense Recluse

Channel: MTB ALAN
Published: 2018-07-30 02:14:25
Duration: 8M23S
Views: 400
Likes: 39
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10 Ridiculously Cheap Mountain Bike Upgrades

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So you just spent all your money on a new mountain bike. It’s your pride and joy. You stare at it, pamper it, and of course you ride it. Still, you want to spoil your bike but you’re totally friggin broke. I’ve got your back, these 10 super cheap upgrades can improve your bike, protect it, or just make it look nicer. Let’s get started.

These plastic cable fasteners are known as c-clips, and I’m pretty sure the C stands for crap because these always come loose and leave your cables hanging. For this reason, professionals use zip ties. Multi colored zip ties are not only slimmer and more secure, but they also can personalize your bike. Rather than matching your frame color, you should try to choose an accent color from your components so they stand out. Zip ties can be purchased at a hardware store, or online for just a few bucks.

Since you have a bunch of zip ties, why not use them to neaten up your brake and shift cables. Try to find a way to keep the cables from hitting into each other, but still move freely as you steer. This will make your whole bike neater, quieter, and better looking.

When you take a hard landing, your chain will sometimes hit your frame. This is called chain-slap, and the affected area is called your chainstay. Look closely and there’s usually a clear sticker there which offers some protection. To really protect your paint you can wrap your chainstay with electrical tape. Of course this comes in many colors. If you use the high quality 3M stuff, it’ll come off without leaving any residue. When the tape gets chewed up from the chain, you can pull it off and replace it again to keep your bike looking fresh.

Another way to protect your chainstay is with a neoprene guard. These are often given away for free when you order stuff, and they can be had for just a few bucks on Amazon. Since they’re fastened with velcro they can be easily replaced or removed for cleaning. Keep your bike fresh and protect your chainstay.

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Channel: Seth’s Bike Hacks
Published: 2016-12-07 23:42:27
Duration: 7M4S
Views: 3321504
Likes: 57398
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Global Gym, Average Joes, Turtle, Westridge and Miracle Mile (Snow Summit Bike Park) 7/20/18

Edited video of our day riding Snow Summit. We normally just hit Party Wave, Westridge and Miracle Mile all day but on this day we decided to also hit Turtle, Average Joes and Global Gym (which just got built). These trails are great especially for riders that are new to bike parks or need practice on berms and jumps. I personally enjoy just doing laps on Party Wave, Westridge and Miracle Mile.
Channel: Tommy Huynh
Published: 2018-07-25 21:22:55
Duration: 9M15S
Views: 867
Likes: 30
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Dan Atherton Sends It Down the Hardline MTB Track | Red Bull Hardline: GoPro View

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See firsthand what it’s like to rip down one of the heaviest downhill mountain bike tracks ever created, through he GoPro view of the creator himself, Dan Atherton. It’s why Red Bull Hardline is an event like no other. The long and technical course plays on a variety of disciplines, where incredibly steep and rocky technical sections were combined with a motocross run in and 50-foot [15.24 meters] gap jump to create one of the most progressive downhill courses on the planet.

Full results:
1. Bernard Kerr (GBR) 3.32.46
2. Ruaridh Cunningham (GBR) 3.34.86 (+2.40)
3. Adam Brayton (GBR) 3.35.50 (+3.04)
4. Gee Atherton (GBR) 3.35.97 (+3.51)
5. George Brannigan (NZ) 3.39.14 (+6.68)
6. Mick Hannah (AUS) 3.39.28 (+6.82)
7. Eddie Masters (NZ) 3.39.94 (+7.48)
8. Joe Smith (GBR) 3.40.21 (+7.75)
9. Taylor Vernon (GBR) 3.41.22 (+8.76)
10. Brook Macdonald (NZ) 3.41.30 (+8.84)
11. Mark Wallace (CAN) 3.41.82 (+9.36)
12. Al Bond (GBR) 3.47.24 (+14.78)
13. Dan Atherton (GBR) 3.47.66 (+15.20)
14. Graeme Mudd (AUS) 3.49.50 (+17.04)


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Dan Atherton Sends It Down the Hardline MTB Track | Red Bull Hardline: GoPro View

Channel: Red Bull Bike
Published: 2016-10-07 22:39:24
Duration: 4M2S
Views: 6570790
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Team GB Set New Team Pursuit World Record – London 2012 Olympics

Team GB’s quartet of Edward Clancy, Geraint Thomas, Steven Burke and Peter Kennaugh set a new world record of 3:51.659 in the Velodrome for the men’s cycling team pursuit event at the London 2012 Olympic Games (3 August 2012).

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Cycling is among the rare sports that have always featured on the Olympic programme. Road cycling, however, was not on the programme of the Paris 1900, St Louis 1904 or London 1908 Games, while track cycling wasn’t in the programme of the Stockholm 1912 Games.
The first road event in Olympic history took place in 1896 on the marathon route at the first Games of the modern era in Athens. The race started in Athens, headed towards Marathon, then returned to Athens, at the Phaliron velodrome.
Olympic cycling was added to the women’s programme in Los Angeles in 1984, with an individual road event.

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Channel: Olympic
Published: 2012-08-03 19:33:46
Duration: 5M33S
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