The flipside of offset

There is a lot of hype now about lower offset forks.

I’m not buying it and here’s why! Read More...

Delayed benefits

Sometimes your training produces results almost immediately.

Other times it is like a fine wine, and it requires some patience to realise the benefits of the training in your riding. Read More...

Jet Lag

Racing after flying is frequently required, but difficult. Read More...

A brief encounter with MTB royalty

Yesterday I rode another West side trail here in Whistler. A favourite from last year.
Howler.
I watched Yoann Barelli ride past. Read More...

When a trail goes from hard to fun

Somewhere in the past 5 years of riding, the first section of Comfortably Numb here in Whistler has gone from impossibly challenging to incredibly fun. Read More...

Another Whistler visit

For the eighth year in a row, I paid a visit to Whistler to ride in the mountain bike park. Read More...

Enduro tyres matter

I saw some people in Toowoomba “running what they brung” but that doesn’t seem like the smartest plan for a big race. Read More...

Enduro fitness matters

While it is definitely possible to race a DH event without good fitness and still do well (course dependent obviously), it is not realistic on even an easy Enduro. Read More...

Fun is fast: Fast is fun!

Whenever racing, remember to have fun.

That’s why we do it and it also makes it better if you are having fun. Read More...

Safe Enduro speeds

It is easy to get carried away with speed in a race.
You don’t want to crash out - so I have some thoughts about race pace. Read More...