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    For the past several years I've been working with Can'd Aid as a Treads + Trails Ambassador with my focus being on working to get more kids on bikes. Since Can'd Aid was founded in 2013, we've donated over 2,800 bikes to underprivileged children! This past April I toured California and...
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    One of my long-standing goals is to ride Horsethief Bench from the bottom to the top in an uncut unedited version. This trail was pretty gnarly to descend on my hardtail, it's even more difficult going up!! Follow along as I check out this legendary trail and try to see if I can CLIMB back up...
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    After 17 years, famed trials rider Jeff Lenosky and Giant Bicycles are parting ways. To commemorate the long running partnership, Lenosky put together this great video compilation. "For the past 17 years I've ridden for Giant Bicycles and it was a brand I always figured I'd end my career...
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    Committing to turns on loose or unpredictable terrain can be tricky - even scary. Mess up and your likely to end up with a face full of dirt. But with a little practice you can be turning like a boss and master cornering on loose terrain. To get there follow along with Mtbr's resident Trail...
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    The latest Jeff Lenosky Trail Boss episode is here and it's a cliff hanger - literally. This time Lenosky is checking in from western Wisconsin's Levis Mound Recreation Area, where he took on the aptly named Cliffhanger trail. This bench cut beauty is just shy of a mile long, but packs a ton of...
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    Some people have great balance. Others struggle. These five tips from Jeff Lenosky will help you anytime you need to ride a precise straight line. Press play to learn how to improve balance on your mountain bike. Here's a recap of Jeff's tips on how to improve balance on your mountain bike...
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    Lenosky is never one to let a few wet roots or rocks slow him down. The latest Jeff Lenosky Trail Boss episode features a slick slippery ride through San Lee Park in Sanford, North Carolina. Free Fall is a super technical trail that is even more difficult to ride when it's wet. If you're up for...
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    For the latest episode of the Jeff Lenosky Trail Boss video series, he heads to South Mountain near Phoenix, Arizona, to tackle the Geronimo Trail. "This is a super fun and fast downhill," says Lenosky. "The views are spectacular and the terrain is rugged. By the time you reach the bottom you...
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    Jeff Lenosky has been shooting mountain bike videos for his Trail Boss series for a little over two years. Along the way he's learned a few things about shooting quality POV footage on the trail. Here are his top 5 tips for making video shoots quicker and easier, as well as allowing you to get...
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    This latest Jeff Lenosky Trail Boss episode comes from Loyce C. Harpe Park near Lakeland, Florida. It's a place Lenosky calls one of his favorite places to ride in the Sunshine State. "One day a week the trails at [the area's more common name] Carter Road run in reverse," explains Lenosky...
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    Recently Jeff Lenosky and Jeff Kendall-Weed met up in Florida to ride. They filmed for a couple days and then did a full footage swap and each made edits for their respective channels. Here are the end results. Jeff Lenosky's Edit "The plan was simple, leave the freezing temperatures of New...
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    The latest Jeff Lenosky Trail Boss episode heads to the Northern Exposure trail, which is near Lenosky's home in Connecticut. As the days get shorter, he ended up racing the sunset to finish before dark. But he made it - and rode this superb trail, too. Check out the action here. A veteran...
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    Jeff Lenosky is back with another Trail Boss episode, this time from the Lynn Woods in Massachusetts. "I have had so many comments on my YouTube channel and Facebook telling me that I needed to check out this place," Lenosky explained. "I knew it would have good terrain, but since it's not an...
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    For years, the South Lake Tahoe area was known for trails such as Flume and Mr. Toad's Wild Ride. But fast forward to more recent times and there's been a boon in new trail building thanks to groups such as TAMBA, the city, and National Forest Service. One prime example is the Armstrong...
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    Learning to ride flat pedals is a skill every mountain biker looking to ride technical terrain should practice. I learned the skill early on through trials riding, but when I mountain bike I prefer to clip in. The most common question I receive on my YouTube channel is whether or not I could do...
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    Dropping into the Bennett Gap trail in the famed Pisgah National Forest. The Jeff Lenosky Trail Boss Series is back, this time coming from his favorite place to ride in North America, North Carolina's Pisgah National Forest. The trip was part party at the Burning Can Festival put on by Oskar...
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    I recently bought a new drone. I've seen lots of people using them and several of my friends own them but they never appealed to me. I saw a drone like an RV, fun for everyone else except the owner who gets stuck driving or flying it! I stumbled upon this Dji Spark and it had some auto tracking...
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    In 1997, Jeff Lenosky set the world record for bunnyhopping height on a mountain bike. But Jeff says there's an easier way to get up and over obstacles on the trail - the punch. In this video tutorial Jeff details this more useful technique. Check it out and let us know what other skills you...
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    For the latest episode of the Jeff Lenosky Trail Boss video series, he heads back to Colorado to ride Free Lunch in Grand Junction, Colorado. (Check out his first Colorado excursion here.) This expert-rated downhill only trail is part of the Lunch Loops Trail System and is one go the most fun...
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    This latest Jeff Lenosky Trail Boss episode comes from Schooner Trace, THE trail behind the Trail Boss series. "I had been traveling to Indiana for years doing trials demos and I kept hearing about a trail that was supposedly unrideable," explains Lenosky. "I was skeptical because in all...
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