The Davis Bike Polo club has started a YouTube channel where they are uploading videos of bike polo drills and tips. It’s great seeing more and more clubs/players/companies turn their focus to the growth of new players, and these videos from Davis Bike Polo are definitely here to help. Be sure to not only share these videos, but also bookmark their page so that you can stay up to date with their latest features. But until they shoot and upload more, here are the four that are ready to help you become a slayer:
When bike polo is your life, it’s hard to wrap your brain around thinking about anything else. Even at the holiday season you’re brain jumps to which new bike polo bag to get, which new mallet head to try out, or which bike polo frame your going to buy with all of the money from your grandparents. With polo on the brain it can be hard to think about what to get those loved ones in our lives that don’t give a darn about the silly sport. For that, we are creating a list of awesome presents to buy now and will (hopefully) be here by Christmas. (note: sorry I didn’t get this out before Hanukkah.)
Any singles looking for a couple others to go to with them to the big dance? Timaru Bike Polo is making it easy to match up single players looking to play in the wildcard at the 8th annual Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship. All you have to do is put your info on this GOOGLE DOC and then let the match making happen. So don’t let the lack of a team prevent you from going on the best hardcourt bike polo vacation of your life.
If you’re still on the hunt for a slay-tastic team to take to Ladies Army 7, then we have an important resource for you! The organizers of Ladies Army 7 have set up a sign up sheet where as they call them, loose cannons, can find their perfect matches. If you would classify yourself as a loose cannon, then head to their sign up HERE!
Sydney Bike Polo is at it again with their Bike Polo 101 tutorials. This week they show highlight some important areas of the body to get loose and warmed up before hitting the court. Warming up is important because it reduces your chances of getting injured during play. You can find their video here: