Ninja Joins Forces with Ryan Leech Connection

For nearly 10 years, Ninja has been committed to helping riders reach their personal riding goals by offering in-person, real-time feedback at clinics and camps around the country. Even with the current COVID 19 crisis, our commitment to helping you gain confidence and skills on the bike has not wavered. We want you to keep practicing Read More →

Color Like a Ninja: Free Coloring Page Downloads

Looking for new ways to keep the kids (and adults) in your household entertained? We’ve got you covered! Grab your colored pencils, markers, crayons or whatever you have laying around in your junk drawer. It’s time to get creative! Download the free Ninja Coloring Pages, get busy coloring and once your masterpiece is complete, be Read More →

6 Tips for Keeping Your Ninja Kid Busy from Home

School’s cancelled. You know what that means? It’s time for homeschooling; mountain bike edition! If you are looking for some fun and creative ways to keep your Ninja Kid busy from home, here are a few ideas to get the wheels turning: 1. Color Like a Ninja! Download our free Ninja coloring pages! Our friend Read More →

4 Ways to Keep MTB In Your Socially Distanced Life

As the world faces drastic lifestyle changes to combat the spread of COVID-19, it can be easy to lose a sense of normalcy. That loss can be incredibly unsettling and challenging. We are here to help! Chances are, if you’ve found yourself on this post, “normal” to you involves bikes in some way, shape or Read More →

5 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Mountain Biking

I have a confession to make. When I first sat down to write this list, I came up with 18 things. EIGHTEEN! And that’s the problem. The well-meaning friend or loved one who’s encouraging you to mountain bike is so dang stoked about you riding bikes, they FIREHOSE you with information. Tips, tricks, specs, gear, Read More →

10 Strength Exercises You Can Do At Home

Are you ready to start strength training but you don’t have the _____ (time, energy, money) for a gym membership? Fear not! Strength training doesn’t require any fancy equipment. In fact, your own house has everything you need to sneak in a workout. Today we are going to cover 10 strength-based exercises you can do Read More →

6 Tips For Your First Time On a New Trail

“Riding Blind” is when we ride a trail for the first time. It brings a new dynamic of opportunities and things to consider, and is one of the most fantastic experiences when done safely. We’re here to help you unleash your inner Steezy Wonder to make the most of that first ride! 1. Do Your Read More →

Kids Clinic Recap / The Next Generation of Ninjas

The Next Generation of Ninjas has officially hit the trails for the first ever Nina Kids Clinic! With the help of their Ninja Instructors, these kids left with an entirely new level of confidence on their bikes.  During the Sunday morning class at Lake Hodges in San Diego, young riders reviewed all the important foundational skills Read More →

Trail Vision with Scratch Episode 1: Sedona, AZ

I was told years ago that “you can only go as fast as you can see” and that has stuck with me ever since. Today, let’s take it one step further and update that advice to say “you can only go as fast as what you can see”. This, my friends, is trail vision.  Trail Read More →

6 Tips for Preventing and Diagnosing Bike Noises

If you spend time watching professional MTB videos, you may notice that they all have crystal clear audio that makes it seem as though riding is done in near silence in an almost ethereal state. Well, if you’ve ever ridden a bike, you know that’s just not true. What about the heavy breathing? Or the Read More →