BMX bike tech and maintenance with Rahul Mulani – Mumbai, India

BMX in India has been up and kicking since the 1980s. One of the pioneers of BMX riding in India, Rahul Mulani is a firm fixture in the growth of this sport in the country. From riding quarter pipes in the late 80s to mentoring young BMX riders of India everyday, Rahul is a recognized Voice Over artist for over two decades. Join him in his monthly videos sharing tips and tricks about BMX bikes, riding BMX bikes and living BMX!  0:00 INTRO 0:25 PROFILE GT 1:50 MERRITT 2:15…

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Tips for beginners and advanced riders by Daniel Newman – Austria

Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, Austria, July 2021 Navigating roots and rocks on a challenging natural single trail, gaining pace down a perfectly shaped flow line in the bike park, enjoying lots of airtime on kickers and drops – it’s hard to have more fun than on a mountain bike! Given of course, that you have mastered your bike and know how to ride. Someone who instinctively knows the basics of mountain biking is Daniel Newman, internationally experienced bike rider and head of the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis Bike School. Australian rider Daniel has found a second…

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A Holiday Gift from Ryan Leech

Whether you’ve been naughty or nice, Ryan Leech Connection (RLC) has you on their Christmas list. For the third year, RLC is offering a free course for everyone just in time for the holidays. Take part in the Trailhead Tip Traps course – no purchase necessary! Have you ever received tips from a friend at the start of a trail? Maybe you’ve given some advice yourself? As well-intentioned as that help may be, it could be a trap! Trials legend and internationally renowned online MTB coach, Ryan Leech and his…

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Video: How to wheelie – with champion trickster Lakshay Jangid

Lakshay Jangid is one of the world’s best freestyle tricksters. Jaipur, India’s ace rider, shares some basic wheelie techniques in this video. Check it out and give him a follow on Instagram and Youtube.  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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How to: Start a career in mountain bike racing in India

Mountain bike racing has evolved a lot in India ever since the first mountain bike Nationals held in Chandigarh in 2000. It is exciting to see the number of mountain bike races being organized every year from North to South of India. This evolution has not only helped the riders enhance their skills, but has pushed the organizers to set up races more professionally, while encouraging bicycle brands to bring in better equipment. How to start racing career? Symptoms: You got a mountain bike and love dirt. At the same…

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How to bleed your SRAM Guide disc brakes

Injecting new life into your hydraulic disc brakes is as easy as flushing through with new fluid. This video will guide you through the service procedure for SRAM Guide Series mountain bike brakes. Do you have any tips of your own on how to make the bleed procedure easier or faster? Leave us a comment below.  

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How to: Box your Bike

Words/Photo: Shanny Hill (Tour Dafrique) I’ve been travelling with my bike for over 15 years to destinations all across the globe and on many different airlines. So I thought I would share some advice with you to make your next bike boxing a quick and (mostly) painless exercise. I have broken the process down into three simple steps: 1. Disassemble 2. Protect 3. Pack You will need a few things to complete the job: – Bike box (usually available from your local bike shop) – Pedal wrench – Multi tool…

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