Category Archives: Cycling

Crash Analysis – De Plus at Il Lombardia

LeanIn Cornering takes a look at the recent crash of pro cyclist Laurens De Plus. In the clip below you will witness the alarming crash of Laurens De Plus during the Giro di Lombardia. As a result of rider error, … Continue reading

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Line Building… (Corner Entry & Exit)

Every corner has an entry, an apex and most importantly…an EXIT.  The ability to get the bike slowed enough to match the corner’s radius is paramount to a good, efficient exit. (Remember, radius determines speed) Analyses Approaching a corner, a … Continue reading

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Choosing Your Tires

Originally posted on Off The Beaten Path:
We’ve experienced a profound revolution in road bikes in recent years: It used to be that to go fast, you rode narrow tires and pumped them up to the maximum pressure. If you…

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It is 3 key elements my dear Watson…

The BST© (Brake Steer Turn) series presents another rider training article While turning is certainly not a secret, I do believe this piece is something worth reiterating again and again- because again and again…we sometimes see our fellow riders not … Continue reading

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LeanIn Cornering©

LeanIn Cornering© Concepts The objective of LeanIn Cornering©  Concepts is to provide rider training utilizing relevant information, how-to bike handling skills and drills that will make for a better and safer rider. Riding drills are a part of our ‘classroom’ for … Continue reading

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