MARTIN SODERSTROM DASHING THROUGH THE SNOW WITH HIS DOWNHILL BIKE AND IS REALLY HAVING FUN AT THE SNOWPARK!
Who says only snowboarder can have fun at the snowpark? Well this mountain biker says no as he rides his bike in the snowpark! 28 year old Swedish guy Martin Soderstrom started his biking career at 2007. He is into mountain bikes freestyle. Soderstrom has a stuff nightmare story while he was at top of the game in the world’s toughest slopestyle competitions and he received his silver medal in the hospital. It’s really hard for him to ride when he felt the pain physically and mentally, really a big challenged for himself. After all the nightmares, he still managed to repeat all of his tricks. The more he ride, the more he became positive. It helped him to boost his confidence. Soderstrom found the joy again in riding and at the moment he puts in so much effort to be one of the best.
“So, ride a lot, crash a lot without getting injured, and also compete a lot.” – Martin Soderstrom
Martin Soderstrom is obviously having fun in the snowpark at 0:21. There are common techniques that are useful when biking on winter. It will also improves your bike handling skills, ability to judge road conditions, to plan your stops and select the path of most traction. But riding uour bike during winter requires hardship. Frozen fingers and feet are common when unprepared.
“When you ride the best is when you’re having fun and not feeling that pressure and basically just having a good time. ” – Martin Soderstrom
Another trick of Martin at 0:37. Whoah! In the beginning of snow, it is an opportunity to encounter dazzling environment. Prepare oneself physically, make sure to have enough clothing and protection especially prone to frostbite. Anticipate it earlier that a bike would work like it does on hot or dry day because gears might get frozen.
“You can’t doubt yourself for one second with those big jumps, otherwise you’re going to crash and get really badly injured, so I would say you have to be in a really good mindset to be up there.” – Martin Soderstrom
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