mountain biking

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A sport in which participants use specialised bicycles to navigate rough, steep trails
Risks Concussions, fractures, death

mountain biking

Sports medicine A sport in which participants use specialized bicycles to navigate rough, steep trails covered with unforgiving rocks Injury risk Concussions, fractures, death. See Extreme sport, Novelty seeking behavior.
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Bordered by the Appalachian Mountains to the west and the Allegheny Mountains to the east, it's recently been designated a Silver-Level Ride Centre by the International Mountain Bicycling Association, and draws thousands of global biking enthusiasts to its trails each year.
The trails will be built according to the world-recognized IMBA (International Mountain Bicycling Association) sustainability methodology and in accordance with the CEMBA (Czech Mountainbike Association) methodology, according to the Guidelines and Standards for Road Construction (all workflows will be in line with the Trail publication) Solutions, authored by
She previously worked as the brand and events director for the International Mountain Bicycling Association.
I had a mountain bicycling T-shirt that I wore out because it had a perfect slogan for a horn player: "It's not if, it's when and how bad." Well, it was the October 2015 The Horn Call and it was bad.
Mike Van Abel of the International Mountain Bicycling Association says Yes.
The International Mountain Bicycling Association has designated Olallie Ridge near McKenzie Bridge as one of four Epic Rides in the world for 2013.
Mair Huws, head of the National Park Authority's Warden and Access Service, said the Voluntary Cycling Agreement on Snowdon was revised and agreed in 2003 by CTC Cymru, the Welsh Cycling Union and the International Mountain Bicycling Organisation.
Members included the League of American Bicyclists, the Alliance, Bikes Belong, Adventure Cycling Association, International Mountain Bicycling Association, Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals, plus "key partners including America Walks, Complete Streets and Safe Routes to School National Partnership," Miller says.
Supported by the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) and Trips for Kids (an organization with chapters nationwide that has been helping disadvantaged kids discover mountain biking since 1988), TKMBD celebrates the life of Jack Doub, an avid teenage mountain biker from North Carolina who had a true passion for the sport from an early age to the time when he passed away in 2002.
Sami Makki promoting mountain bicycling, doing demos of mountain bikes and events.
The nonprofit documentary film was created in affiliation with the International Mountain Bicycling Association.
May 21, 22 - New England Trail Builders School, New England Mountain Bike Association and International Mountain Bicycling Association, Carrabasset Valley, Maine.