Happy New Year! I hope you had a great 2015 and that 2016 treats you even better.

I also know that you are probably pretty busy today so I’ll today’s post short.

First, I want to say thanks for all of you support this last year. My goal is to make sure that you have access to the info that I didn’t have access to when I started riding. I started MTB Strength Training Systems almost 11 years ago so I could share the lessons I was learning with my fellow riders and I’m really glad that so many of you have benefited from that mission.

Second, I wanted to share a few of my favorite posts from the previous year. You may not have seen all of them yet or you might see one you read before but want to check out again. Either way, I’ve had a great time this year posting stuff to help your riding and I’ll keep working hard to get you the best mountain bike specific training and skills info next year as well.

Here are the Best Posts from 2015

Why I’ve switched to an oval chainring.

A Lesson in Hubris…

6 Skills to Learn Before Considering a Switch to Clipless Pedals

The Science of Going Downhill Faster

How wide should your handlebars be? Try this test to find out…

Podcast: Learning to Wheelie in 30 Days with Ryan Leech

Are we misapplying “Light Hands-Heavy Feet” to mountain biking?

Why Flats Are Better Than Clipless for Off Season Training

Avoid this critical foot position mistake and improve your agility on the bike.

Advanced Mountain Bike Core Training Webinar Replay

Thanks for all of your support over the years and I’m looking forward to helping even more riders improve their speed, endurance and confidence on the trail.

Until next time…

Ride Strong,

James Wilson

MTB Strength Training Systems

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