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"Undisputedly the best all-around world class cycling athlete."
"I love to mountain bike after a long season of races like the Tour de France and the Tour of California. Mastering Mountain Bike Skills has helped me to ride more safely and have more fun on the dirt, which improved my skills on and off road."
Levi Leipheimer -- 3x Tour of California Champion, Tour de France Stage Winner
"Brian has amazing fitness and superb skills. I always step it up a notch when I ride with him, and I know that anyone who reads Mastering Mountain Bike Skills will see improvement too!"
Willow Koerber -- Cross Country Bronze Medalist, UCI World Championships 2009
"Mastering Mountain Bike Skills by Brian Lopes is an essential read for any mountain biker. The expertise, advice, and insight he shares in this book are guaranteed to take your riding to the next level.”
Steve Peat -- 2009 DH World Champion
With over 15 years as a professional mountain biker, the name Brian Lopes is synonymous with American Mountain Bike racing. Since his professional debut back in 1993, Brian has been a constant presence on race podiums worldwide. With over 25 World Cup wins, four World Championship titles, and nine National Champion titles in both DH and Dual Slalom, Brian holds the most World Cup “wins” out of any male racer to date, and is recognized as the winningest American pro mountain biker.
In 2008 his winning-ways were recognized, as Brian was inducted into both the Mountain Bike and BMX Hall of Fame.
Having raced BMX for most of his childhood, Brian learned how to ride a bike at the tender age of 4, turning Pro at the age of 17 and competing in the BMX circuit for 7 years before channeling all his efforts to mountain biking. He has appeared on EuroSport, Universal Sports, CBS Sports, Outdoor Life Network and has graced the covers of every major national and international mountain biking magazine, including Mountain Bike Action, MBUK, Dirt, Bicycling, VeloNews, and Mountain Biking, and has received coverage in such mainstream media as Men’s Health, Rolling Stone, and USA Today.
Brian currently has various signature mountain bike products: TLD knee guards, Bell helmet, Kenda tires, WTB bike seat and a signature Sportsmobile design. Other career highlights include being nominated as ESPYs Extreme Athlete of the Year and starring as himself in Playstation’s video game Downhill Domination.
Lopes resides in Laguna Beach, California, with his wife, Paula.
Lee McCormack is the world’s leading technique instructor and uses his own sequential teaching curriculum to coach riders of all types and levels—from homemakers to pro downhillers—to ride better, safer, and faster. He is a journalist who has written for Bike, Mountain Bike Action, Twentysix, Flow, and Mountain Biking. He also publishes www.leelikesbikes.com, a mountain biking Web site visited by thousands of readers worldwide.
McCormack has won numerous writing and informational graphics awards at the state and regional levels and was part of the team that won the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for public service. Lee has been a bike nut for over 20 years and enjoys all riding disciplines from single-track to road to dirt jumps and pump tracks. McCormack lives in Boulder, Colorado, with his wife, Arlette, and four children: Kate, Ian, and twins Finley and Fiona.
I'm new to MTB and this book has helped me understand quite a bit more about this wonderful sport. The chapters on how to pick and ride a line were especially helpful with... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Douglas S Johnson
Like the other reviews I found the hip language annoying. Was hoping for more details and training exercises to learn the skills. Read morePublished 16 days ago by possum
I received it in Japan with in a week even far from us. The book explained me basics and good enough situation. It good help for me even in 2015.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Not very happy with the book. The links don't work. I found it easier to go to YouTube for answers. A lot of the material is general.Published 1 month ago by Todd Zwak
A buddy of mine tells everyone about learning from this book. So, I finally got it. Keep in mind that I've ridden for the past 20 years, but lately I've just been in a funk. Read morePublished 1 month ago by rob gregory
The content and quality of this book are really awesome, especially for beginners. HIGHLY RECOMMANDED.Published 3 months ago by Mansha Zhang