This publication should perhaps be re-named "Enduro SL handbook"- Mtbr.com
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    Good job! This publication should perhaps be re-named "Enduro SL handbook"

    Yesterday my other half bought me a copy of a book, new off Ebay, "Mastering Mountain Bike Skills", accredited to Brian Lopes and Lee McCormack (I think it's been out a while, but easily available)

    Witty, great pictures & diagrams, big pages, easy to understand layout of skills and how to practice them; generally a good read, when it's hammering it down with rain and you don't feel like kicking out on a ride!

    I would recommend this book to any Enduro owner, as each page seems to apply to situations you are likely to encounter or skills you would maybe want to hone for this particular bike's intended environment

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    I agree on the book it's great, you should also visit Lee's website at least once a week as it has some very usefull information on it. www.leelikesbikes.com

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    great book...oh does the pumping make you faster! i love it!
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