Proper Form

To carry maximum speed out of berms, you’re going to want to take your inside foot off and turn your shoulders and head to the outside and behind you.

10 thoughts on “Proper Form

  1. It's also important to keep your weight as uncentered as possible. This aids wheels in sliding, which we know is faster than rolling and maintain maximum momentum.

  2. Hah, I was wondering if team robot would see this one! Thanks for making me realize that this isn't actually a good way to negotiate turns! I used to think I was doing something wrong after seeing all the photos like this one…. “Why doesn't my back wheel whip out when I take turns….?”

  3. But if he had listened to your shitty advice he would have cleaned that turn without coming anywhere NEAR that 4' embankment of sheer death!

    Mountain biking isn't just about speed. It's about how close you can get to dying and then NOT dying, in slow motion, plus fisheye lenses and dubstep.

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