Mountain Bike Performance Handbook
By: Lennard Zinn
A mountain biking expert discusses strategies for extracting the most performance from every component used on toady's mountain bikes. 200 illustrations.
Making Camp : The Complete Guide for Hikers, Mountain Bikers, Paddlers & Skiers
By: Dennis Coello, John Harlin, Alan Kesselheim, Steve Howe
Here is a comprehensive, detailed camping how-to compiled by Backpacker field experts for anyone traveling by foot, boat, bicycle, or skis, through all kinds of terrain, year-around. Gleaned from the lifetime experiences of four Backpacker magazine field experts, this compendium of advice, checklists, suggestions, priorities, rules of thumb, and special considerations presents the best from the best. Learn how to select sites, arrange your kitchen, build a portable toilet, pitch a tent, build a fire, and leave no trace.
Mountain Biking : The Ultimate Guide to the Ultimate Ride
By: Bill Strickland
Mountain Biking is wild, thrilling, brutal, beautiful, and over theedge--the ride of your life--The Ultimate Ride. It has the fringe feel of extreme sports, but just about anyone can do it, just about anywhere. (You don't even need a mountain-honest.). Strickland writes from his own experience-and he takes you along. He's become the mountain biker he would've wanted to ride with as a novice. Could've saved him a lot of troubles, he says. And skin. It's skill-intensive: You'll need plenty of techniques and tricks-stuff that's simple to understand and enact, but not so easy to discover on your own. Bill Strickland can show you what you don't even know you're missing. This book is packed with all the nuts and bolts of equipment and techniques, with real-life examples. It's like the best mountain bike ride: loose, expert, and a little in love with the unexpected
Mountain Bike Magazine's Complete Guide to Mountain Biking Skills : Expert Tips on Conquering Curves, Corners, Dips, Descents, Hills, Water Hazards
By: Mountain Bike Magazine
Including everything a beginner needs to know in the first 100 days, and fully illustrated with step-by-step photos and illustrations, this book tells readers how to find skills and drills for balancing, climbing, steering on rough terrain, downhill runs, conquering curves and corners, and offers tips on racing.
Cycling the Great Divide : From Canada to Mexico on America's Premier Long Distance Mountain Bike Route
By: Michael McCoy, Jane Crosen
Follows the Continental Divide from Canada to Mexico-2,470 miles through some of the country's most stunning scenery
Mountain Bike Emergency Repair
By: Tim Toyoshima
As Toyoshima notes, the critical thing about bicycle repair, especially on the road, is that it usually requires performing a specific repair before seeing it successfully done by someone else. The mechanical procedures involved aren't especially daunting, so the trick is knowing the drill in advance. To that end, Toyoshima's peppy volume is a valuable means. It's a Joe Friday^-style ("just the facts" ) guide enlivened by just enough verbal style to be entertaining. Toyoshima doesn't tell any bicycle adventure stories; he just outlines common mountain bike malfunctions and the quickest, most effective means of repairing them by running through various situations and typical problems, their diagnoses, and their solutions and the necessary tools. When it comes to mountain biking, read a vacation guide for trails and accommodations and Toyoshima for packing your tool kit.
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