5 Simple Movement Tips to Improve Your Cornering Ability




Of course, you need to maintain a proper sitting position on your bike, develop pedal power, and train yourself for better endurance, but you simply cannot perform well in an event if your cornering technique is faulty. above image credit flickr

The problem is that riders often make a mistake of laying their full emphasis on the techniques behind the cornering, but in reality, they should focusing more on the movements that work behind those techniques.

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