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:
Sydney Bike Polo club started a YouTube channel called Bike Polo 101. The channel looks to provide hints, tips, and tricks for beginner hardcourt bike polo players. This will be a great source for any new member of your club to understand and learn some basics. We will be sure to share the videos as they are released so keep checking in for more. The first video that they posted was on the Tripod: Continue Reading…
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If I were to come across you, dear reader, at a bike polo social, and asked “what are the top 3 things you’re great at, and what are the top 3 things you’re horrible at,” would you have a ready answer outside of something snarky/pouring the sweet nectar of a beer over my head?
This past week, Tina from the Hot Honey Biscuits posted 9 helpful tips to up your game. Before reading them, sure to head over and give their Facebook Page a ‘LIKE’! Here ya go:
Thanks to Graz Bike Polo out of Austria, the North American Hardcourt Bike Polo Association ruleset version 4.3 is now available auf Deutsche! We are very excited to see this happen and hope that it is able to translated into more languages soon. You can find the Deutsche/German version HERE!