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- A bicycle with a light sturdy frame, broad deep-treaded tires, and multiple gears, originally designed for riding on mountainous terrain
- (Mountain Bike) Bicycles that are made primarily for offroad use and have 24" or 26" wheels and knobby tires.
- (mountain bike) a bicycle with a sturdy frame and fat tires; originally designed for riding in mountainous country
- (Mountain biking) Mountain biking is a sport which consists of riding bicycles off-road, often over rough terrain, using specially adapted mountain bikes. Mountain bikes share similarities with other bikes, but incorporate features designed to enhance durability and performance in rough terrain.
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Mastering Mountain Bike Skills - 2nd Edition
Mastering Mountain Bike Skills is your guide for riding better, faster and more confidently on all terrain. World champion racer Brian Lopes and renowned coach Lee McCormack provide you with all of the key techniques and skills you’ll need to take your ride to the next level.
This new and improved edition of Mastering Mountain Bike Skills provides detailed, technical instruction for every mountain biking discipline:
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The high-quality photo sequences and demonstrations combined with race stories from Brian Lopes will give you the tools you need, whether you’re a recreational rider looking to rock the trails with friends or a rider looking to beat the competition. Let Mastering Mountain Bike Skills help you ride with more confidence and have more fun.
Manchester Ship Canal
A day to get some road miles under the belt today - I set off with Ellen and Lou who were doing 10 miles but I wasn't confident I would manage the full distance. My legs were pretty heavy after yesterday's ride so I just wanted to take it easy and bailed out after around six and a half miles. My ankle didn't bother me at all for the whole run though which is positive. Back in the gym tomorrow and I'll get the weight off my ankle for a couple of days, maybe get a couple more rides in instead. I've decided to get back into competition training and my first event is going to be the Fearless Duathlon at Llandegla in North Wales, It starts with a 5k trail run followed by a mountain bike section then finishes with another 5k trail run/assault course - I'm looking forward to it immensely, just so long as I can stay injury free. Today's run route took us through Trafford Park which crosses back into Salford over the Trafford Road bridge where I took this picture. It wasn't the easiest picture I've taken in this series as I was stood on the handrail of the bridge, crouching down to get my foot in - I got some strange looks from passing cars you won't be surprised to hear. The Manchester Ship Canal ends here and turns into the River Irwell and the waterway provides the natural boundary between Trafford and then Manchester on the Left bank (as we are looking downstream) and Salford on the right. At the back of the picture you can make out the Lowry footbridge which was in my very first posting in this series and the Imperial War Museum North.
Shop Giveaway - Print Winners
A look at what the lucky winners of my shop opening giveaway will receive. Those who didn't win can still get their hands on ONE of these prints, the first 15 orders from my Etsy shop will also get a bonus of one free print (shown above) and a badge when they place an order. Shop Opening - Sunday 31st July 2011
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Zinn & the Art of Mountain Bike Maintenance is the world’s best-selling book on mountain bike maintenance and repair. This smartly organized and clearly illustrated guide—now in two colors for easier reference—can make a bike mechanic out of anyone.
Lennard Zinn’s expert advice makes quick work of mountain bike repair. Newcomers and experienced mechanics alike will benefit from the hundreds of illustrations, the exploded views of how components go together, and Zinn’s practical, time-saving tips. Zinn’s friendly advice and years of experience make tackling even the most daunting task fun and easy.
All the latest high-tech equipment is covered in this new edition, but Zinn does not neglect older bikes. Indeed, no matter what mountain bike you may have in your garage, chances are you’ll find it—and the way to fix it—in these pages.
Lennard Zinn explains that it doesn't take special skills to learn how to care for one's bike, only "a passion for spreading new grease on old parts." Clearly, his ambition is to share with newcomers the Zen-like joy of bike maintenance. But it's seasoned bike mechanics that should be tripping over each other for a copy of this comprehensive and ambitious manual. Zinn differs from other how-to books by guiding readers--with plain-speaking text--through almost every imaginable repair on almost every imaginable part. He covers everything from rebuilding hubs, to loosening seized stems, to installing six different types of bottom brackets. He even risks cycling blasphemy by walking mere mortals through the art of wheel building--an intimidating task that can take years to perfect. Although best suited for the old pros, his guide is user- friendly, funny, and essential to anyone willing to love their bike. --Ben Tiffany