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Wet Weather Riding Video and Tips

November 2, 2011 Instructional Articles and Videos

It’s not just wet in the Western US, it’s wet and raining. In this video, Bikeskills’ Jiro Nakamura demonstrates some basic wet conditions riding skills. Read on to learn more about having more fun, staying save, and maintaining your gear in and during wet spells.

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BIKESKILLS WISHES YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR!

January 1, 2011 Blog

From all of us at BIKESKILLS, all the best for 2011!

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BIKESKILLS Wishes You a Merry Xmas!

December 24, 2010 Blog

From all of us here at Bikeskills, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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BIKESKILLS Wet Weather Riding Video and Tips

November 7, 2010 General Action Sports News and Events

It’s not just wet in the Western US, it’s wet and raining. In this video, Bikeskills’ Jiro Nakamura demonstrates some basic wet conditions riding skills. Read on to learn more about having more fun, staying save, and maintaining your gear in and during wet spells.

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NorCal Holiday Clinic: FREE From Bikeskills!

December 23, 2009 Bikeskills Clinics and Events

Jeffrey shredding a root section at Camp Tamarancho in Fairfax, CA  The Clinics Were Great! Although conditions were a bit sloppy, and at times, challenging, isn’t that what you want when you’re learning? Stay tuned for more images from our Bikeskills Xmas gifts to NorCal riders!

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SoCal V NorCal Clinics and Bikeskills/WTB Contest #3

March 15, 2009 Bikeskills Clinics and Events

While there’s really no contest going on between our SoCal and NorCal clinics, we thought it would be interesting to point out the differences between the clinics, SoCal instructor Joe Lawwill and NorCal’s Jiro Nakamura, the locations, etc. We’ll tell you what question will decide who’s clinic you take, as well give you another chance […]

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