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  • Everything You Need to Know for Beginners
  • By: BJ Turner
  • Narrated by: Jake Chronster
  • Length: 2 hrs and 13 mins
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By: BJ Turner
Narrated by: Jake Chronster
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Are you dreaming about feeling the wind in your face and the dirt under your tires as you cruise downhill after a long day? 

Perhaps you’ve seen a few of your friends mountain biking and want to get involved, or maybe you have been watching some social media videos showing the cool tricks you can do on the trail. Whatever your reasoning might be, it sounds like mountain biking is for you! The good news is you’ve come to the right place. 

Mountain Biking for Teens is the perfect starting point, whether you’re a total first-timer or you want to build confidence in your skills so you can take your riding to the next level. This book will teach you the fundamentals of riding a mountain bike and show you what you need to look for in your very first mountain bike. After all, you don’t want to spend a lot of money on a bike that isn’t quite right and won’t grow with you as a rider. We’ll also discuss bike and trail safety so you can be sure you are riding smart and respecting others on the trail.

Mountain biking is a great way to get outside, reconnect with nature, clear your head, get your body moving, and have a blast! The best part is that you can do it solo or ride with friends. On the whole, you’ll find that the mountain bike community is a lot of fun—people are excited to be outdoors doing what they love and super cool about sharing tips, tricks, and helpful information on the trails.

Inside Mountain Biking for Teens, discover:

  • What sort of mountain bike you should purchase
  • The techniques you’ll need to improve your riding skills
  • How to ensure you have a safe ride
  • How much fun you’ll have and all that you’ll learn from mountain biking

You and your bike are a team, and you get to decide how you want to ride. You can take it easy and enjoy your surroundings, crank uphill and conquer the climb, or bomb downhill for the thrill—all on a single ride. 

©2022 Catherine Rivers (P)2022 Catherine Rivers

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