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Stoked on Stokesville, Virginia

While Stokesville may sound like a fantasy land, it is, in fact, a real place. And you don’t know it yet, but by the end of your Ninja weekend, you are going to be STOKED on STOKESVILLE. As you make your way to the Village

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Welcome Conductor of Stoke

As the Ninja Family continues to grow, please join us in welcoming Amy Black as our Conductor of Stoke. Amy will be the driving force behind all things social media, marketing, and the general administrator of getting people stoked to get outside on bikes. Amy’s

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How to Bunny Hop, Step-by-Step Guide

Want to progress your riding?  Master your wheels lifts! Front wheel lifts, rear wheel lifts, level lifts, manuals, pedal wheelies, stoppies and  bunny hops – can all help you take your riding to the next level. Today we are going to focus in on the

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Mountain Bike Youth Summer Camp

NINJA GOES TO SUMMER CAMP!    Join Ninja, Camp Jorn YMCA and WinMan Trails for a week of mountain biking skills development and summer camp awesomeness.  When not pedaling in the skills area at Camp Jorn or around the sweet singletrack at WinMan Trails, campers

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Podcast: The #1 Skill You Need to Work On

Have a listen! In the latest episode of the Singletracks.com podcast, hear professional Ninja instructor Richard La China talk about the number one skill mountain bikers need help with, plus the biggest mistakes mountain bikers make when it comes to building technical skills.  Hear more

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How to Ride Drops with Confidence

You’re smoking down some sweet single track and right as you nail that last high-speed corner you see your friends seemingly float down a steep drop. You choose the b-line and cruise around this wall of mystery and then start hammering like mad to catch

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5 Things You Can Do To Instantly Ride Better

Mountain biking doesn’t have to be all about going BIGGER and BADDER.  Turns out, tuning up the little things is all it takes to launch your riding to the next level. Ready to step it up a notch right now? Here are 5 important tune-ups

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Easy Guide To Floating Down Stairs

It turns out, perfecting stair-riding will help both your Urban Slayer reputation AND your ability to tackle technical singletrack.  Mother nature (and trail builders) frequently throw stair-like features our way on the trail.  Perfecting your stair riding will, in turn, better prepare you to smoothly

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Learn to Track Stand in 8 Steps

Track standing is one of those old faithful mountain bike skills; reliable, practical and just a little showy.   The track stand will help you to tackle technical sections of trails, navigate city riding and of course, show off for your friends. Here are a few practical

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When not to use your middle finger

Is your braking holding you back? Much of an experienced mountain biker’s control, skill and speed lies both in the way they use their brakes (ease the squeeze!) AND the way they set-up their brake controls on the bars.   In this article, we’re going to focus

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Want to ride faster? Try slowing down

“Smooth is fast.” You’ve heard that a hundred times … but what does it really mean? If you’re focused on riding fast, expect to spend the majority of your ride in a very reactive state. This can result in poor line choice, over-braking in corners,

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The Ultimate Ninja Adventure Van

Ninja Instructor Hannah Levine is selling her super rad camper van.  This van has been designed to maximize space and functionality. Lots of storage for your all your gear and clothes. Ideal for anyone looking to travel with bikes and dogs! Fits in a normal

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