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    nicee

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    Good pointers on all, especially the drop off one.

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    great vids, thanks!

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    EXCELLENT Video ! Teaches and answered alot of my questions i had ! THANKS!

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    I'm a newb, and really appreciate these videos! AND, I want a white Yeti 575! Thanks for the videos!

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    These videos are greatly informative. Thanks for posting.

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    right on, Thanks for the videos..

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    Great videos

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    Great videos, definitely bookmarked!

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    Good vids, thanks guys!

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    Awesome!

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    Great video's

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    Very great stuff. Havent finished them all yet but great tips for a beginner!

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    New to the forum, great stuff right here. Went riding with a friend who is really into the sport a few weeks ago on a seriously sub par bike with seriously sub par skills. Used to ride a lot as a kid, nothing technical but I got well familiar with the mechanics of quick riding, and as they say, it comes back to you like riding a bike. But lots of good tips here in the video on body position especially shifting weight to the legs and keeping the weight off the handlebars. That's a key one I'll be focusing on my next ride out.

    Now to get a few more posts under my belt so I can start a thread to ask opinions on a few bikes I'm looking at on craigslist that will handle the trails better.

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    Great vids. Keep them coming

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    Wow, long videos, worth the watch though!

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    Awesome!

    These videos are great, really helpful information for someone who's been taking a pounding on the trails for the past couple months...

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    nice videos

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    great vid's

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    Great vids! Thanks for posting!

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    Awesome videos! Thanks for compiling & sharing!

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    great videos. last two video might take me a while before doing them

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    This is good.

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    Great videos

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    Great vids for an older guy like me gettin' back into biking!

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    Thank a lot for the videos

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    Videos

    Thanks for taking the time a post these videos, it helps a lot, expecially for a newbie like me...

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    tut videos are always helpful! looking forward to the rest of the summer.

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    Help me

    hello,
    i know i'm writting on the wrong page!
    i don't know what MTB is beter...
    the radon zr team 4.0 or TREK 4300 disc ???
    please help me
    thanks !

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    Those videos were just what I needed to get it straighten out. Thanks for the share.

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    Everyone thanks for the replies and you're welcome.


    Quote Originally Posted by florMTB View Post
    hello,
    i know i'm writting on the wrong page!
    i don't know what MTB is beter...
    the radon zr team 4.0 or TREK 4300 disc ???
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    I would suggest looking up both bikes to find the specs that come on them, along with reviews for the year you are looking at. Then get your post count up to start a thread in the beginner section. Along with what size they are and what you are looking for in a bike.

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    great videos

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    thanks for the videos...they've helped a load!

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    Great video!

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    Great stuff, I hope one day i have the ability to do some of that!

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    Excellent videos. Thanks for sharing!

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    Thanks, just watched this yesterday and it has already helped my riding and confidence.

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    That's good stuff.

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    Great information. It's nice to see actual demos, sometimes written words don't capture what's being explained. I found the uphill how-to in the first video to be very good. Rather than looking ahead at what was coming up, I realized that I was focusing on what was right in front of me.

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    The cornering skills helped tons, as did some of the downhill rockgarden tips. Thanks for posting these up!

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    after seeing these, maybe I will be able to avoid nose dive accidents

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    great video !

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    Great Info

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    very helpful videos, thanks for sharing

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    needed all this earlier would have saved a lot of bandages, good work mate

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    Good drop off video. Once you pass the point of no return your chances are better to go for it then jamming on brakes. Crashing on the landing will hurt less then when you realize you lost all momentom and are still going over the edge

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    Thanks for sharing these videos!

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    Don't forget to check out the basic mountain biking skills videos on the BIKESKILLS cahnnel on YouTube These videos feature world champion riders demonstrating the basics, including: dealing with steep trail sections, slippery trail obstacles, rock gardens, basic descending techniques, track standing for control, and more.

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    Jaw dropping

    Some of the advanced stuff got my heart rate up. Don't need caffeine in the AM. Just watch the vids.

    Thanks for the posting. Just the beginner techniques have given me a ton of stuff to work on.

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    y i have seen these videos. sick !!

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