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Essentials: Trailriding Tips and Techniques from Glentress Paperback – 1 Jun 2008
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Top Customer Reviews
Continually crashing into fences/trees on the trail?
Skidding fruitlessly (and dangerously) around corners?
I was the same..
This book teaches you to change the way you ride... for the best. The book teaches you how to ride from the ground up giving you plenty of information on the bike and the setup you need before you even get a leg over the bike (this part is really well described and massively improved my setup). And once you're on the bike it covers everything you need to know in a step by step basis with (really cool) colour images showing you exactly what you should be doing and when. It covers the how-to excellently and explains the rationale behind the skills in a logical manner that really helps you to dispel those bad habits. Covering a large range of skills from newb to pro (linking and developing skills as it goes) this book really helps you to progress as a rider.
Worth noting is that the book is very durable (has even survived being caught in the rain)!! So if you want a book that you can easily carry with you and pop out when you need it this is an awesome book that I definately recommend!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perhaps the best MTB technique book for trail centre riders, and most of it also applies to natural terrain. Concise trail pack friendly sized book that is full of useful info.Published 21 months ago by Rod Mackenzie
This was bought as a Xmas gift for my brother who told me it was very enjoyable and he would recommend it to othersPublished on 2 Feb. 2014 by sharon
i have not read it all yet but what i have read i really enjoyed hoping to put thing into practice soonPublished on 27 Feb. 2013 by mr michael kivell