Thick Skull Mountain Bike Skills: a new venture for the Mountain Bike Geezer

For those of you on my email list, it’s not news that I’ve launched my new venture, Thick Skull Mountain Bike Skills.

But it’s time I announced it for the rest of you who visit this site regularly or occasionally.

Thick Skull Mountain Bike Skills - home page

See my blog post on Thick Skull for details on the venture.

I’ve also set up a Thick Skull Mountain Bike Skills Twitter feed (@ThickSkullMTB) and a Thick Skull Mountain Bike Skills Facebook page.

I’ll still be posting here regularly on the Mountain Bike Geezer blog. But anything to do with skills or learning to ride I’ll either post on the Thick Skull MTB blog or provide more details about it in my revamped email newsletter. 

The email newsletter up until now has consisted solely of summaries of and links to my blog posts in the past week.

That’s changed.

First, I’ve renamed it to: News from MTBike Geezer & Thick Skull Mountain Bike Skills. (It’s still free and one click gets you unsubscribed.)

Second, it has more of an ‘insiders’ feel to it.  I’m treating my email news subscribers a little more special than those who read the blog via the web.  If you’re a subscriber, you’ll be the first to get MTB news that I deem important. You’ll be the first get any of my MTB business-related news.  You’ll sometimes be the only ones to know the details on what I’m working on next, what I’ve discovered, what I’m wondering about, what I’m struggling with.  My goal is to make every issue of the newsletter one that you eagerly open and read.

So if you’re not a subscriber, give it a try.  You’ll get access to my free 3-part video series (supplemented with text, audio, and a Powerpoint presentation) that shows a different way to learn a fundamental skill:

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