Tag Archives: flat pedals

What A Wobble Board Can Teach You About The Best Foot Position On Your Bike.

One thing that we take for granted is how much balance plays a role in our performance on the bike. You can be the fittest guy out there but if your balance sucks then you’ll struggle to apply it and not spend half your time picking yourself up off the ground after crashing. Like anywhere […]

Catalyst Pedals Winning Presentation at BOW Venture Out Conference

In October I had the chance to go to Bend Oregon for the Bend Outdoor Worx Venture Out Conference to talk about the Catalyst Pedal. I was part of the 9 people selected out of 40+ who applied to come and present in front of 450+ people about my business. When I had applied for […]

New BikeJames Podcast: Conversation with Ryan Leech

Well, it’s official – Ryan Leech is one of my favorite people on planet Earth. Rarely does someone live up to their internet persona but Ryan really is one of the nicest, most giving guys out there. I’ve had the chance to talk with Ryan via Skype several times (a lot of them are published […]

The Mid-Foot Position Manifesto: The science and movement principles behind the best foot position for you on the bike.

Some people may wonder why I care so much about foot position on the bike. I mean, does it really matter that much? Can’t we just ride what feels good and call it “personal preference”? Well, foot position does matters…a lot. Your foot is constantly sending feedback to the brain and it plays a huge […]

Turning Skeptics Into Believers – Long Term Catalyst Pedal Review from Singletracks.com.

While the Catalyst Pedals continue to become more and more popular among riders who have actually tried them, not everyone “gets it” right away. Unfortunately, there are a few riders who have drawn hard conclusions about them despite never having spent any significant time on them. Which was exactly the case when I sent a […]

Why Clipless Pedals are Bad for Your Knees and How to Stay Planted on Flats

A few weeks ago I had someone tag me in a discussion in the Ryan Leech Connection FB Group regarding his experience so far with flat pedals. While his question for me was trying to clarify why clipless pedals are bad for your knees (which they are no matter what bike fit you have) he also […]

BikeJames Podcast with Ryan Leech – How to Assess Risk, the Downside of Social Media and Why Flat Pedals Rule.

In this episode of the BikeJames Podcast I catch up with longtime friend of the show Ryan Leech. I’ve had Ryan on more than anyone else and I think it is because we both have a lot of shared passions both in and outside of the mountain biking world. If you don’t know, Ryan is […]

I get interviewed by The Angry Mountain Biker Podcast

Last week I had the privileged of being on the Angry Mountain Biker Podcast, which is a podcast run by Will Niccolls. I had someone tell me about the show after checking into it I really liked Will’s every-day-rider outlook on things…as well as his love of flat pedals and standing pedaling. After contacting Will […]