Top 5 Mountain Biking for Beginners Tips!
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Our Top 5 Mountain Biking for Beginners Tips! Bill has over 30 years experience and I have the insight of still being a newbie mountain biker within the past few years. I’ll touch on what to wear, how to prepare, how to be safe, techniques, & what to expect. There is a lot to know. Going mountain bike riding for beginners with no experience and no research and knowledge would be a risky mistake. I’ve ridden my bike my whole life and this is a different kind of skill, different rules, there is rider etiquette involved and another level of safety precautions you need to consider. You can absolutely start as a first timer and have a safe and enjoyable ride, but get informed and prepare properly, first! Here are our Top 5 tips, but look for the full article & much more on mountain biking for beginners, below.
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