These are all nice. Looks like you're getting good exposures and you've got a good eye for the action and timing. I'd like to see you integrate the background into the photos more. One of the differences between a decent photo and a great photo is having the background work with and be an important part of the photo. So look at the background and think about how it works with the rider and the composition.
PhotographyREVIEW.com and PCPhotoREVIEW.com are part of the Mtbr family. So they should feel fairly familiar. Plus, there are a bunch of guys from this site who use the photo sites, too. Mountain bike photographers are always welcome.
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