Ellsworth's Ron Sawicki shows the proper way to wash your mountain bike. This tutorial includes de-greasing, as well as washing regularly.
Ellsworth's Pua Sawicki offers tips on how to ride your mountain bike uphill efficiently.
Proper nutrition is an important part of every strenuous sport, and mountain biking is no exception. This video features a professional mountain bike racer walking you through her nutritional regimen. Topics covered include when to eat before a race, what to eat, and what beverages to use during the race to keep your energy up and improve your ride.
Pua Sawicki shares her mountain biking tips for a technical descent.
Athletes give top tips on how to ride tight turns nice and safely. Turn corners on an off-road mountain bike.
52 year old Terry "UniGeezer" Peterson gives some tips for unicyclists wanting to learn how to do stair hops, both static & rolling, plus "pecking" up steep hills.
Tips on modifying your fusion freeride saddle to keep the "channel" open.
52 year-old UniGeezer demonstrates four different types of drops with a Mountain Unicycle.
This video will show you how to fix a tire puncture on your bicycle.
This step by step guide will show you how to test, service, and if necessary replace the brakes on your bicycle.
This tech tip shows you how to set up your mountain bike to achieve optimal performance on the trail. This is a very instructive close up video.
This tech tip shows you how to adjust the high-low settings on your front derailleur.
This tech tip shows how to replace the seat and seat post on your bike.
This tech tip demonstrates advanced rear derailleur adjustments in order to achieve proper shifting.
This video tech tip shows you how to properly lube your bicycle chain and spring.
This video tech tip shows you how to measure and install a new bicycle chain.
This video tech tip shows you how to repair a broken mountain bike chain while on the trail.
This video tech tip shows you how to adjust the rear derailleur in order to achieve proper shifting for your bike.
Let's start with the bike: The most important thing on your bike, is your brake system, you will need the brake lever on your handle bars. When performing a wheelie, this will help you control speed and prevent you from falling on your butt. Your rear brake has to function properly or you will face the risk of falling.
How to change a bike inner tube using a tire lever. Necessary to replace punctured tubes.
You asked for it, you've got it... Bike maintenance videos. This week we discuss and show chain cleaning and lubrication. Please thank Doug Moak and our sponsor, River City Bicycles, for making it possible.
An eight-minute video podcast on how to wash your bicycle and lube it properly. From www.quickrelease.tv.
Learn how to fix a flat bicycle tire in this video.
Useful biking video that shows how to clean your disc brakes. Best thing to use is rubbing alcohol.
In this series of extreme sports videos, our expert mountain biker will explain and demonstrate braking techniques for downhill mountain biking. He will show you the proper body position and braking techniques for slowing down or stopping when you need to.
In this downhill racing video series, learn how to prepare for downhill cycling from DH expert Mickey Denoncourt. Mickey will show you how to adjust mountain bikes for downhill racing, how to position handlebars, how to adjust seat height and angle for DH racing, how to adjust the front and rear suspension spring rate for downhill racing, how to adjust the front and rear damper settings on a DH bike, and how to choose protective safety gear for downhill racing.
In this series of extreme sports videos, our expert mountain biker will explain and demonstrate cornering techniques for downhill mountain biking. He will show you the proper body position and braking techniques for cruising down that hillside without having to interrupt your ride. Mickey Denoncourt shows you how to hit various types of corners, from flat and bermed corners to camber corners.
Sometimes the frame size on a bike isn't listed for whatever reason. Learn how you can accurately measure the frame size of a bike. It's easy so long as you can recognize the seat tube and the crank.
If you hear clicking noises or rattles in your headset when you brake, hit bumps, or steer, you may need to tighten your bike's headset. It only takes a minute or two, and will get rid of the annoying clicks.
Worn brake pads can be dangerous, and lead to accidents. It only takes a few minutes to replace a set of brake pads on a bike, and it is very easy to do.
Retaping the handlebars on your bike is easy, cheap, and can have a dramatic effect on the look of your bike. I show you how to do it.
Mountain bike tips, how-to's and techniques from Shaums March (MMR Camps). Pull up and push down on rollers and holes to keep momentum going in the mountains.
In this video, Michael Novelli explains what materials you need and the procedures you should follow to pack a mountain bike and ship it without damaging it.
You can learn how to maintain your mountain bike for peak performance and you need the following: a bike-mounted tool bag, tire lever set, two replacement inner tubes, puncture repair kit, spare chain links, a chain splitter, a folding allen wrench and screwdriver set, and a spoke adjuster. You should also look and listen for signs of snagging and misalignment. Maintain your mountain bike properly.
In this bicycle repair how-to video series, learn how to repair your bicycle from expert David Lyell. David will show you how to repair front cantilever brakes, how to adjust bike U-brakes how to fix a loose headset on a bicycle, how to adjust the derailleurs on your bike.
The team from BikeSkills show you the set up and technique you need to get the most out of your trail time. One of the important things is setting up your bars to allow for single finger braking. Dial in your ride.
This brief instructional video will help you learn how to deal with tricky and slippery roots, rocks, and water crossings. Always wear a helmet and appropriate safety gear any time you ride a bike and especially when you are learning a new skill. Ride on roots, rocks, and water crossings.
This brief instructional video will help you master steep terrain. Always wear a helmet and appropriate safety gear any time you ride a bike and especially when you are learning a new skill. Master steep terrain riding.
Chris Duncan demonstrates how to jump tabletops and you first need to put on protection. You should keep your legs bent, elbows up and out, and arms straight. Jump a tabletop.
This brief instructional video from will help you master rocky terrain. Always wear a helmet and appropriate safety gear any time you ride a bike and especially when you are learning a new skill.