The word is a modern day syntax of downhill mountain biking. Made popular by bikers from the East Coast, the term has traveled across the country. One who shows great control on a mountain bike in adverse situations. One who adapts to his surroundings and accepts the fate of what lies before him.
The word can be used as a noun to express trail characteristics and soil conditions.
He pulled a "tractionmag" out of that last corner with more speed than he knew what to do with.

You are going to need alot of "tractionmag" to pull out of the step down.
by Michael Garvey October 09, 2007

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