I've been riding a while now, and I'll be the first to admit. You can always improve your riding. Now, today I went riding on some single track trails and had a blast. The focus was on standing body position, and hillclimb body positioning. I felt good today with standing for 30+ minutes and adjusting body position on the hill climbs really helped. I like to ride "sloppy" and then "clean" on certain sections to get a feel for what the "right" way is. But I've got a question, how do you guys handle the quick acceleration sections? By that I mean, when you have maybe 20-40 feet between corners. During a race if you have traction you want to get in and out quickly, but I get alot of forearm exhaustion from "hanging" on. I keep my ankles tight to the bike and apply force with my legs to the side of the bike. I have my body forward so my head is just over the number plate. But quick sections tire me out. I'm in good shape, so I believe this is a body position/style error that I'd like to correct with some tips. Anyways, thanks for any suggestions!