Blackburn Switchback Water Carrier

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Weight : 56 grams MSRP : $11.98


Product Description

Thicker 5mm stainless steel construction for an even tighter grip on large bottles.

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Switchback technique question

I have a section of trail that I just can't seem to ride. It is a downhill switchback that goes from left to right. It is a hairpin turn. On top of that the trail is really dry and loose and it is on a 45 degree slant downhill. As I approach to turn right into the switchback, my wheel keeps slid ... Read More »

True or False? - Uphill Switchback Uses Same Body Position as Track Stand

In attempting to put into words for a novice rider the proper way to maintain traction and make an uphill switchback, I boiled it down to: Learn how to track stand, then go do your uphill switchback. Does this seem like sound advice? I managed to demonstrate it, even rolling backwards a bit o ... Read More »

ibis article in Switchback magazine

Nice Ibis article in Switchback online magazine where they interview Scot Nicol: [url=http://www.switchbackmagazine-digital.com/]switchback[/url] It is a free online subscription that you can sign up for. According to the article: "I can tell you we are going to have several new bikes in ... Read More »

New switchback trail bypass

There is now a nice new switchback trail near the top of Rusty (3) Barrels. This allows for a nice in-the-saddle climb to the top. Or you can still stand-up and do the fireroad climb to the top too. Pops to the "engineers" on the design and layout.:thumbsup: BikingScottRead More »

Switchback - free digital subscription

Can't beat free... [url=http://www.switchbackmagazine-digital.com/switchback/?u1=PAL12]switchback[/url] updated this post with another magazine... [url=http://www.imbikemag.com/issue21/?Cover]Issue 21 | IMB | Free Mountain Bike Magazine Online[/url]Read More »

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