Gareth finds his centre

Today’s session was all about using Gareth’s karate’ background and applying it to his mountain biking. Positioning was key here, as with all sports. The session then followed it’s own path from cornering drills to woodwork drops and everything between.

Brilliant progression dude.

High5!

Mike and the gang return

All four of the guys have been coached at ukbikeskills previously and wanted to return to develop their riding further and iron out any issues I can see. They wanted to work on jumps and drops and boy did we have a great session.

Drops, tabletops, gaps, drop offs and various ways of riding steep drop offs. Mix in some polishing of their cornering as well as wallrides and you’ll see what I mean.

Great riding guys, High5!

All four of the guys have been coached at ukbikeskills previously and wanted to return to develop their riding further and iron out any issues I can see. They wanted to work on jumps and drops and boy did we have a great session.

Drops, tabletops, gaps, drop offs and various ways of riding steep drop offs. Mix in some polishing of their cornering as well as wallrides and you’ll see what I mean.

Great riding guys, High5!

 

Dad and son get some skills

Andy originally booked a one to one but changed this as his son Alex wanted to come too.

I had to work on their footwork and body positioning foremost and then the mental skills. Cornering was something that really needed correcting as well as they both wanted to jump a tabletop for the first time.

Job done!

 

Alpine preperation

Ashley, Royston, V, Jason and Adam came to me to prepare for their up coming holiday. I had coached Ash and Royston previously so had to move them on as well as bring the other guys along too. Body positioning was critical followed by looking and footwork. That left the mental skills while we applied the techniques I teach to sections out on trails and the woodwork. Berms were railed, natural drops as well as ladder drops, tabletops and gaps to 14ft were all linked too. An amazing session guys.

High5!

Laurence’s one to one

 

Laurence wanted to develop the basic skills set and apply it to his riding.  I worked hard on his looking and body position and then applying them to the techniques I teach. During the session he cleared his first ever tabletop and went on to clear multiple jumps and gaps as well as corner faster than ever before.  Rad session with a great guy

High 5!

Paul and Jim’s two to one session

Jim and Paul arrived as arranged and I ran them through the skills check. I discovered footwork, body position needed work as well as looking before I could work on the mental skills. Once corrected,  I was able to bring them along to applying the skills to the techniques I teach and it all became simpler and easier. What a cool session guys. High5!