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Mountain Bike Like a Champion

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Publisher Comments:

Improve your performance with these tips, techniques, and off-road tales from mountain biking legend Ned Overend.

"At the 1990 world championships in Durango, Colorado, Thomas Frischknecht and I were locked in a dogfight.... At the start of the fourth and final lap was a pitch of rocky, loose trail that went straight up the face of a ski run.... My Swiss rival had been dismounting and running this climb while I stayed on my bike. On previous laps, I'd opened a little gap, so I knew this would be my chance. I attacked when Thomas got off again. He never caught me.... To ride that steep trail, I had to use five climbing techniques. There's no reason why you can't make them part of your arsenal, too."

"This book is loaded with Ned's secrets for a lifetime of great rides. It's destined to be a classic."--Juli Furtado, two-time world mountain bike champion

"Ned Overend is the grand master of mountain biking. If you want to improve your skills, this is your source."--John Tomac, world mountain bike champion and 10-time national downhill champion

Synopsis:

Master the techniques of America's greatest rider.

* Glide over rocks, logs, and ledges

* Attack steep climbs and rapid descents

* Carve through curves and turns

* Train smart, then ride to win

Improve your performance with these tips, techniques, and off-road tales from mountain biking legend Ned Overend.

"At the 1990 world championships in Durango, Colorado, Thomas Frischknecht and I were locked in a dogfight.... At the start of the fourth and final lap was a pitch of rocky, loose trail that went straight up the face of a ski run.... My Swiss rival had been dismounting and running this climb while I stayed on my bike. On previous laps, I'd opened a little gap, so I knew this would be my chance. I attacked when Thomas got off again. He never caught me.... To ride that steep trail, I had to use five climbing techniques. There's no reason why you can't make them part of your arsenal, too."

About the Author

Ned Overend has been recognized as one of the nation's best mountain-bike triathletes. He is a consultant for Specialized, a leading bicycle manufacturer. He lives in Durango, Colorado.

Ed Pavelka is the author of 18 cycling books and former executive editor of Bicycling magazine. He resides in Emmaus, Pennsylvania.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781579540814
With:
Pavelka, Ed
Author:
Pavelka, Ed
Author:
Hewitt, Ben
Author:
Overend, Ned
Publisher:
Rodale Press
Location:
Emmaus, Pa. :
Subject:
Training
Subject:
Cycling
Subject:
Cycling - Mountain Biking
Subject:
All terrain cycling
Subject:
All terrain cycling -- Training.
Subject:
Mountain biking
Subject:
Mountain biking - Training
Subject:
Sports and Fitness-Mountain Biking
Subject:
Sports and Fitness-Bicycling General
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade Paperback
Publication Date:
19990831
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Includes 50 black-and-white photographs
Pages:
240
Dimensions:
9.06 x 6.04 x 0.635 in

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Master the techniques of America's greatest rider.

* Glide over rocks, logs, and ledges

* Attack steep climbs and rapid descents

* Carve through curves and turns

* Train smart, then ride to win

Improve your performance with these tips, techniques, and off-road tales from mountain biking legend Ned Overend.

"At the 1990 world championships in Durango, Colorado, Thomas Frischknecht and I were locked in a dogfight.... At the start of the fourth and final lap was a pitch of rocky, loose trail that went straight up the face of a ski run.... My Swiss rival had been dismounting and running this climb while I stayed on my bike. On previous laps, I'd opened a little gap, so I knew this would be my chance. I attacked when Thomas got off again. He never caught me.... To ride that steep trail, I had to use five climbing techniques. There's no reason why you can't make them part of your arsenal, too."

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