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This is a great video! I'm not a beginner pre say, but I was never taught technique. I just hopped on and started riding a few years ago. It was all good until I tried a few gnarly trails and ended up eating it hard! Now I have some fears when I ride. I think your videos are really gonna help. Good job Lisa!
Lisa drives a honda
Seth wen I pedl my back tier will move wen I Accelerate Wat is it pled put in vlog and explain it
I got a ,,Sharptail street 1" is it good to beginn?
You don't need a hydration backpack, they can be really expensive and some Velcro/ zip pockets + a cheap bottle cage can do the job fine
What knee & elbow protection pads would you recommend?
can't wait to get my bike and start hitting jumps
how tall is she
Please adjust the reach of those brake levers. She can't possibly put a finger on them, without loosening her grip.
Is Lisa related to you?
Your videos are the best I have ever come across for good clear non patronising guidance. Thank you
Actually, if I go back to the past, probably I will gave the same tips for my past me. But now a days, after a loot of problems, I know the importance about keep a tube, a pump, a repair kit every time as a pedal. If when I started I must carry all the tools as I carry now, probably I gave up before start.
Hey Seth, just wanted to say thanks for doing this series! I’ve been playing around on a crappy Walmart bike for the past few months, but I finally decided to get an actual mountain bike! You’re channel has taught me so much!
full finger gloves bro, fingerless is for Roadies
which helmet would be better the one in your video or a full face
Great series Seth. Really useful for me. Can't wait for the next. I've had a mountain bike for years but only ridden bike paths and roads. Buying my first e-hardtail next month (Haibike most likely) and gonna start on some e-friendly trails for the first time at the age of 51. Sorry if the ebike doesn't go down well with the purists. 🙂
"This will only cost a thousand dollars"
ONLY?! Bitch that's almost half of my tuition cost at college! I got everything mentioned here except for the bike. I currently have a road bike I use for exercise and commuting in the suburban area my college is in. So I gotta buy a mountain bike to use back in my hometown. I'm gonna make a trail on my dad's land(it's complete wilderness). But I ain't spending a thousand dollars on a bike! That's for college, not a bike! I got my road bike for only $140. It's not the best but that's all I can afford in full time college with a part time job.
0:53 Who noticed the corvette ?
Hey Seth I have an issue, I have an old rigid MTB with threaded forks , unsealed bb , and single wall rims I ride it on trails and its a little bumpy but I can still ride it and do things like bunnyhops and manuals. The isuue is that the bike is almost 20 years old and I'd like not to destroy it. Do u have any advise on where I cold get a cheap MTB that will take some abuse?
Fantastic series, not only for beginners but more seasoned riders that make simply mistakes on gear and such.
I don't have/use gloves, is there a problem with this?
Hey Seth. Great videos. Thanks for explaining things in simple terms for everyone to understand. Best of luck with future videos and reviews!
Make these videos more often please!
Some people are riders. Then there are teachers. You sir, are both. Thanks for the laughs and lessons!
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