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    Bones mend, Press send


    borrowed from Bike Morzine


    Lean your bike don’t turn your wheel


    Trees ALWAYS have the right of way.

    (From the originator of this topic, mtb69r, who is a veritable fount of one-line wisdom.)


    Haha… Thanks Jeff.

    I do have a confession though. I have not followed all of these at least once.

    And sad to say, I have more.




    “Get on your bikes and ride”

    Freddie Mercury  – Fat Bottom Girls


    The longer you go without falling only increases your odds of falling. Due factor.


    Jumping a ramp on a mountain bike is absolutely completely different than jumping a ramp on a moto-x bike.


    Check the landing area before you jump!


    Slower traffic keep right!


    Farleys not Harleys.


    Descents are made for wheels not heels.


    Climbing technical terrain requires requires precise application of force.


    Have fun.


    Run whatcha brung.


    Look where you want to go. If you look down, you’re gonna fall down.

    Same concept as “If you look at the thing that you don’t want to hit, you’re probably going to hit it.”


    Don’t think, pedal and roll. Just pedal and roll.


    Don’t wear your clipless shoes too tight. You could break your leg if you crash and your foot is stuck in the pedal..

    2/14/2017 Indeed


    Always look fiercely ahead.


    Ride in your bike, not on your bike


    “I don’t use brakes, they just slow you down…” -Missy Giove


    I actually overheard he tell this to a fan who asked about her brake preference in dual slalom.

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