10 tips for riding in the heat of summer
Summer is here with some pretty crazy high temps already peaking. Getting out on your bike still is a priority for fitness, stress release and social connections. For some riding in the squelching glare of the mid day sun is a deterrent to get out for your routine stress reduction ride. For those that love […]
5 solid tips on how to mountain bike with more confidence
Eager to head to the trail? But weary of what the winter havoc has done to the terrain? Tree’s down, trails eroded, new rocks exposed. The winter weather has transformed a familiar singletrack you may have known so well now to a technical knobby extravaganza. For some this can be the stoke they can’t wait […]
Riding after the Rain
Tackling the Trails and getting time to ride with the winter we have had has not been the easiest of years. Its been great for our snow sports and optimal for the drought but trickier for trail time. Although,when you can swing it rain, snow or shine there is something to be said about the […]
How and where do you want to ride in 2017?
“It’s better to be at the bottom of the ladder you want to climb than at the top of the one you don’t.” ~ Stephen Kellogg Regardless of your present riding ability there is always a skill or something revolving around your time on the bike that you could refine. Setting a goal is not […]
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Weeeee….Pop a Wheelie
What gives me the biggest smile is watching my six year old daughter with such grit attempt again and again to pop a wheelie. And most recently is my two year old mimicking everything her big sister is doing on and off the bike. Wheelie- Or in our technical mountain bike jargin “wheel lifts”. Everybody […]
THE SLUMP and roll
Regardless of how strong and fit you are there is a pretty good chance your form and posture is less than optimal when on your bike. As you are reading this are your shoulders rolling forward, back rounded, core completely un-engaged? If so, sit up, lengthen your spine and roll your shoulders back. Good job. […]
Dylan Renn in the News: Wired Magazine’s Dirt Dog Series Here on the A Singletrack Mind blog, we try to give you valuable tips, interesting information and news about our clinics to give you insight into our coaching, our passion for mountain biking and what we can do for you. Today, we take a glimpse […]
Out the airplane window what do you see?
Have you ever been on a flight across the country and looked out your window and wondered, hmmm is there a singletrack way way down there that is ripping? I feel incredibly fortunate to have spent 8 plus years coaching in these random towns we may just get a peak from a window seat. Some […]
Foam Roller: Fit it in!
Your bike is ready but are you? Tight hamstrings, stiff back, tense shoulders, and mediocre core strength. Does any of this sound familiar? It is no surprise many cyclists have aching bodies. It is a sport that utilizes most of the bio-mechanics of the body. Arms are alert when holding onto the grip, legs are […]