Get the seat at a comfortable height, not too high, not too low. Use a middle gear so you can get a good cadence, not too fast which can un-stabilise you, and not too slow which can make it hard to keep the front up. Shift your weight off the back of the seat a bit and make a hard pedal stroke to get the front up and off you go with smooth consistent pedalling using your knees and the bar to balance left and right. That’s what works for me anyway. Try to keep your arms fairly straight too. On the eMTB use a mid power mode to avoid looping out or ending up too fast. May the force be with you. #wheeliewednesday #haibike #emtb #mtb #ebike 📷 @benna292 / @hdc_m

Get the seat at a comfortable height, not too high, not too low. Use a middle gear so you can get a good cadence, not too fast which can un-stabilise you, and not too slow which can make it hard to keep the front up. Shift your weight off the back of the seat a bit and make a hard pedal stroke to get the front up and off you go with smooth consistent pedalling using your knees and the bar to balance left and right. That’s what works for me anyway. Try to keep your arms fairly straight too. On the eMTB use a mid power mode to avoid looping out or ending up too fast. May the force be with you. #wheeliewednesday #haibike #emtb #mtb #ebike 📷 @benna292 / @hdc_m

Get the seat at a comfortable height, not too high, not too low. Use a middle gear so you can get a good cadence, not too fast which can un-stabilise you, and not too slow which can make it hard to keep the front up. Shift your weight off the back of the seat a bit and make a hard pedal stroke to get the front up and off you go with smooth consistent pedalling using your knees and the bar to balance left and right. That’s what works for me anyway. Try to keep your arms fairly straight too. On the eMTB use a mid power mode to avoid looping out or ending up too fast. May the force be with you. #wheeliewednesday #haibike #emtb #mtb #ebike 📷 @benna292 / @hdc_m

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Photo Caption: Get the seat at a comfortable height, not too high, not too low. Use a middle gear so you can get a good cadence, not too fast which can un-stabilise you, and not too slow which can make it hard to keep the front up. Shift your weight off the back of the seat a bit and make a hard pedal stroke to get the front up and off you go with smooth consistent pedalling using your knees and the bar to balance left and right. That’s what works for me anyway. Try to keep your arms fairly straight too. On the eMTB use a mid power mode to avoid looping out or ending up too fast. May the force be with you. #wheeliewednesday #haibike #emtb #mtb #ebike 📷 @benna292 / @hdc_m

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