Pro mountain biker, Phil Kmetz, explains how to bunny hop high with a full suspension mountain bike.
Skills with Phil rides icy downhill trails at Highland Mountain Bike Park in New Hampshire through freezing conditions.
Phil rides the most difficult trail features at Whistler Bike Park, and explains what makes each one so tough for mountain bikers.
Phil looks at how mountain bike shocks and suspension work, and explains things in very simple terms.
How to build a set of bike ramps to learn mountain bike skills like landing progressively bigger gap jumps.
Phil explains mountain bike jump timing, hardtail jump techniques, and flat pedal tips for rear wheel lifts.
This video from Skills with Phil teaches beginner bike skills without using a trail, including brake control while descending, how to get better traction on climbs, lifting our front wheel with using our pedals, and lastly lifting our rear wheel without clip-less pedals.
Crabapple Hits are the biggest jumps at whistler bike park. These were designed to be ridden with long travel downhill bikes in mind and not a trail bike. So of course that begs the question, can a 130mm Trail bike handle the abuse of Crabapple Hits?
Highland Mountain bike park is my personal favorite bike park in the USA. Highland is a family owned and operated bike park, complete dedicated to mountain biking. I’ve been riding Highland since 2006, and I was really excited to get a chance to show the Single Track Sampler why it’s one of the best bike …