Basic Essentials Mountain Biking Book

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Fun and easy introduction to the basics of mountain biking. Strassman, Michael. Softcover; 75 pages; 23 illustrations. Includes information on how to choose and maintain a mountain bike, preparing for a long ride and competing in cross-country races and trials. Helpful tips on braking, turning, skidding, hopping and balance, plus overcoming obstacles such as rocks, logs and water.

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