Michael Hagele is the go-to guy for those who are looking for mountain-biking pointers. Mountain biking is the pride and joy of Michael Hagele, though in his professional life Michael Hagele is actually a lawyer who does business deals for companies in Silicon Valley.
A mountain biker must be cognizant of the weather. He/she must look at the weather forecasts for the days that he/she plans on biking. Also, he/she must take previous weather into account, as well as weather that has happened far away. This is because in some places, weather from dozens or hundreds of miles away can affect landscape conditions. For example, in some deserts, a rainfall that has happened dozens or hundreds of miles away can result in random floods of mud and water. The potential presence of conditions like these can heavily affect the mountain biking experience. It can even make the experience dangerous. If rain has happened in a given area very recently, that area may still be wet and muddy. Of course, water and mud does not go away when rain stops. Read more about Michael on Crunchbase
A mountain biker should ponder about his/her own abilities before he/she embarks on mountain biking. It is absolutely crucial to think about your health because some people are physically unable to ride bicycles, or are at a large risk of injuring themselves. If you are unhealthy about your physical conditions, when it comes to biking, you should consult your doctor. Some people may not be mentally well off to mountain bike. For example, if you have emotional issues where you feel that mountain biking might trigger some sort of destructive or self destructive behavior, or destructive thoughts, then you should probably think twice about mountain biking. If you have some sort of condition that keeps you from perceiving things properly, then you should also think twice about it.