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Old March 19th 07, 11:03 PM posted to alt.mountain-bike,alt.music.rush
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Default teaching blackdiamond, how to ride - Ride-A-Lot 4 U!!


Note the rocks and their obtuse, very dangerous shapes.

The trick is not to fasten your mind to these qualitys, but instead
put yourself in a "domination" state of mind.

Domination by being fluid, by using the wheels to roll and assume

Those rocks cannot dominate the bike with you on it, unless you
entangle your mind and emotions on the rocks and their presence.

Roll right over them, but to do that you must know where your center
of balance is, and I don't believe Poochums knows or understands his,
I mean her, center of balance. Much less, he doesn't have the
"domination" spirit. He could never, I mean she could never race,
because racers are friggin mad with domination spirit... I still don't
know how to corner at full speed, like that racer that got behind me
at Mnt Falcon, I had to let him pass because I couldn't corner, he
just kept going no braking, on a very sharp turn...


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