The latest Jeff Lenosky Trail Boss episode is here and it’s a doozy. This time it was filmed in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula on what Jeff calls one of the most fun and challenging trails he’s ever ridden. The trail in question is Lower Bareback near Marquette. One line in the video took over 60 tries and 3 hours to clean. Press play to see the successful attempt — and be sure to check out the blooper reel below. Even the best riders go down from time to time.
One of the main critiques Jeff gets on his Trail Boss videos is that the edited footage makes it look too easy. Well, he agrees and decided to offer this inside look into what it can take to nail a tough line.
So how do you ride steep roll ins? Here’s more from Jeff, as he demonstrates the proper technique for conquering these sphincter-clenching sections of trail.
A veteran rider with a 20-year professional career and three Observed Trials U.S. National Championships to his name, Jeff Lenosky uses his skills to ride the unrideable in Trail Boss. When you ride an entire trail you may feel like a Boss, but without the proper skills Mother Nature can quickly remind you who’s really in charge.
The Jeff Lenosky Trail Boss video series explores some of the most technical trials around and provides tips so you can become a Trail Boss, too. You can catch more episodes here, here, here, and here.
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