This place may look like an old warehouse from the outside, but its actually Ray’s Indoor Bike Park, an 120,000 square foot indoor playground for mountain bikers. Since this is one of our favorite places to visit when we’re in Ohio over the holidays, we thought we’d give you guys a quick tour. Ray’s has
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(upbeat instrumental music) – Welcome back to Triathlon Training Explained, powered by Training Peaks. This week I am literally explaining training as I tackle some of the more common triathlon training mistakes that I’m afraid we see all that little bit too often. Now, we are all guilty of these at some point, even the
– So this video is an essential list of the skills that are gonna help beginner riders feel more confident on their bike. But first, I start with a really quick bike check to make sure we’re starting off on the right foot. It’s important to mention that whilst I’m on a very nice, flashy
– When you’re getting into mountain biking, it’s really easy to make some big mistakes. I know I did loads. – Yeah, we still make mistakes to the date. – That is true. This is some of the most common mistakes you’re likely to make when you start mountain biking and how to avoid them.
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