Category Archives: Bike Handling

Riding Skills: Group Dynamics (utilizing Situational Awareness)

LeanIn Cornering presents another article in the BST© series. One of the typical common tenets of group rides is relying on others to point out obstacles and inform riders whether the lead rider(s) are slowing or stopping. Good idea? Perhaps. … Continue reading

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The Art & Science of Countersteering: Bike Handling 101

Stage 18 of the 2016 Tour de France, was an individual TT, that featured a set of corners, one being a short radius corner near the end of the run that posed a real problem for a few riders on … Continue reading

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