8 Moves to Master Anywhere

By Jeremiah “Scratch” Stone Own up to it, you’re just a big kid stuck in a body that has more miles on it. The whole world is your playground when you’re on your bike and not just on the trail. Parking lots, grass fields, trail heads, driveways; they’re all perfect for playing on your bike… Read More →

Ninja in the News: The Loam Wolf Review

Andrew Lee from The Loam Wolf joined us for a 2-Day Camp to break through a riding plateau that was holding him back. While he had no problem flying down his local trails, his buddies were dropping him on corners, was no longer progressing, and was struggling to adapt to new trails outside his comfort Read More →

Spice Up your Fall with an Adventure Clinic

Fall is a marvelous time of year for mountain bikers… summer crowds have disappeared, changing leaves provide breathtaking views, and traction is returning to trails for confidence-building descents. If you’re only looking forward to pumpkin spiced-everything and breaking out your flannel this season, it’s time to spice it up with a heaping cup of fresh Read More →

Ridin’ Dirty? 5 Steps to a Clean, Fast Bike

By Jeremiah “Scratch” Stone There’s something disheartening about a dirty bike. You cringe at the creaks and grinds, avert your eyes from the grime, and roll out for a ride with shame that you haven’t maintained the machine that brings you so much joy. Good news: you’re just 5 steps away from breathing new life Read More →

Ninja Adventure Spotlight: Duthie Hill Park

Imagine a magical mountain biking playground where dozens of trails weave through the trees with jumps, berms, rollers, and drops that are prime for progression. A place where confidence is boosted by every lap, new session buddies are made, and high fives abound… welcome to Duthie Hill Park in Issaquah, Washington. The Evergreen Mountain Bike Read More →

Pre-Turn: the Key to Smooth, Fast Corners

Picture this: it’s the exact moment that you settle into the flow of a descent when the singletrack throws a hard left or right at you. You lay on the brakes, eek your way around the turn, pedal like mad to get back up to speed and do your best to find your rhythm again… Read More →

8 Steps to Successfully Introducing a Friend to Mountain Biking

If your introduction to mountain biking was anything like mine, you know that there is a right way and a very wrong way to introduce someone to the sport. My first singletrack experience? A backcountry shuttle ride in Utah on a borrowed bike with tennis shoes and an outdated helmet. On the first descent I Read More →

Meet Ninja’s Furriest Employees

Wombat finds the perfect spot

Ninja relies on the talents of our furry companions to execute over 600 skills events around the country every year. So in honor of Take Your Dog to Work Day on June 21st, we’d like to introduce you to the dogs of Ninja and how their unique abilities contribute to our success. Name: Wombat Supervisor: Read More →

Party of One! 9 Tips for Riding Solo

Are you interested in pedaling solo but not-so-sure about the prospect of being out there alone? Maybe you’re wondering – How do I navigate the trails? What happens if I break my bike and can’t fix it? Where should I ride? Stop worrying! Riding by yourself doesn’t have to be scary – in fact – Read More →

History Made: Ninja Instructor Retreat

What happens when 37 Ninja Instructors from 17 states gather in one place for 5 days and you add a mini bike park, a jump line, 1 outdoor shower, and 547 cups of coffee? Ninja’s first ever Instructor Retreat. The goal was simple: to join forces to further develop the Ninja curriculum so it’s clear Read More →

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