Wow, just incredible. It was simple to setup, very uncomplicated to ride and just wanted to haul ass... it manages to achieve a very fine balance of destroying terrain whilst also being very nimble, lively and easy to ride.
It’s impossible to get to grips with a DH bike in a few runs but from what we experienced, this thing felt incredible. MOAR PLEASE! 👊
Did you Know? The Maasai people are one of the most well-known tribes recognized for their unique and ancient rituals, attire and beliefs.
Clothing signifies Maasais’ current life status such as being young, old, or recovering from circumcisions. They often wear colorful shukas (sheets) that are wrapped around their bodies, and women often wear intricate jewelry made with beads, wood, clay or bone. #Maasai
Had so much fun last week at @bikepark_wales that I went again this week with the mission of improving my jumping technique. After smashing through the easier table tops of the popti ping run I may have got a bit too confident and went for some bigger jumps, swipe to see the result...
Du verbrauchst beim Biken und in der Hitze viel mehr Energie und musst dementsprechend sehr viel mehr Trinken. Regelmäßiges Trinken ist ein Muss. Sorge dafür das du alle 15 Minuten ca. 200 ml zu dir nimmst.
20114 hours ago
In der Hitzewelle solltest du am besten gleich früh am Morgen biken, wenn die Luft noch frisch und kühl ist und in der Zeit von 11 bis 15 Uhr nicht auf das Mountainbike steigen.
All new today, it’s the new @athertonbikes 27.5” bike with 160mm travel... but we can’t tell you the name just yet! 👌🏻 we just spent the day riding it at @dyfibikepark ... stay tuned for more soon!
7761415 hours ago
Welcome to Saalbach Hinterglemm people!
If you’ve been here before or seen footage already then forgive me.
I’d never heard of this place until we arrived at Leogang and realised it was only a 20 minute drive ...... There is actually a cluster of about 10-15 parks in this area all within 2-3hrs of each other which look awesome and would make an epic road trip........🤔🤩 The pro line was siiick with lots of North shore features,drops and gaps. After a couple of runs eyeing stuff in, I put together a top to bottom which has now gone up on my YouTube channel.
What a run!👌
It really is all about believing in yourself. 80% mental, 20% physical.
Cycling around Mt. Kilimanjaro was not easy (420kms) but it was the determination and with such a noble cause - to support HIV/AIDS initiatives in Tanzania - that pushed all the cyclists to the finish line!