Flat turns are a difficult MTB skill when going fast. In this segment of the Mountain Bike Turning Basics series we’re looking at how to get the most traction out of flat turns before we apply those principles to berms. ▶︎ SUBSCRIBE ▶︎ http://PhilKmetz.com/subscribe

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