Tag Archives: Bike handling Skills

Corner… stone

Welcome to another article in the BST© (BrakeSteerTurn) Series. In this edition, we are going to focus on very aggressive riding and racing techniques, rather than our usual tact of club, avid and casual riding techniques. If you have been … Continue reading

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Group Dynamics

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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Trailing it Off…

Welcome to the next article in the BST© (BrakeSteerTurn) series Dem’s da brakes chum The rear brake on road bikes are a bit mis-understood in my opinion. The following basic information will hopefully clear up some of the misconceptions and … Continue reading

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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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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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