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    Tight downhill single track switchbacks

    Mostly I'm just thinking out loud as I learn more and more about tech stuff and adjustments, and how minor tweaks can affect riding. If something is working for you , totally awesome and stick with...
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    TM, I think it's really interesting that the fit...

    TM, I think it's really interesting that the fit involved cutting your bars down. Are these guys used to fitting roadies? Every thing I am learning about MTB technique with my coaching certs points...
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    So you went narrower? Hmm. I went wider. Just...

    So you went narrower? Hmm. I went wider. Just goes to show how different things work for different people.
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    Tigermom, what width handlebars are you running?...

    Tigermom, what width handlebars are you running? I just switched out to 28" bars from 25" and oh wow, I can't beleive what a difference it has made. On a lot of different levels, but steering aroun...
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    Tight downhill single track switchbacks

    Tiger mom, only pay attention to the first three skills in that video. Those are really easy to monkey-see, monkey-do. The others should really be taught to you by a qualified coach to break them...
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    Tight downhill single track switchbacks

    Wahine, I love that visual. Just goes to show there are so many ways to get an idea across.
    For tiger mom, playing with bringing the weight forward might be something to do. I did switchbacks...
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    I've had to work on these tons. Here's what you...

    I've had to work on these tons. Here's what you need to analyze for yourself.
    1. Picking your line. Sounds like you know what you aren't doing here. There's more to it, like looking at the entrance...
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