Jo and Nia wanted to fly

Jo and Nia came to me for another mountain bike skills coaching session and this time they wanted to get airtime.

During the session I adjusted their set ups and corrected a small error in their cornering too. By the end of the session they had ridden over large obstacles, drops, berms, tabletops and a gap jump. We also worked on riding multiple jumps too. Brilliant improvement and a great session.

High5!

Rob’s birthday session with his mate Jack

Both sets of parents bought them mountain bike skills coaching vouchers from myself for today. Both were nervous when we met but that soon dissipated as I corrected their missing skills and gradually built the session up. They wanted to learn to jump and never in their wildest dreams did they imagine what they’d be riding by the end of the session.

Drops to 5ft, tabletops to 14ft, corners and pumping were also covered but the 6ft, 7ft, 9ft, 10ft and 16ft gap jumps they rode blew them away.

Brilliant session, High5!

Jason’s jumps and drops one to one

Jason wanted to learn to jump and drop. I was able to use his experiences from other sports to bring his skills set up to being able to clear his first ever tabletop and gaps too. Mix that with his new Corning technique and steep terrain technique it was an awesome session.

A short notice session

I advertise any sessions that become available on my website and social media sites. Dave took today by booking it yesterday and the session blew him away.

I corrected his physical skills and then worked on the mental skills and then it all clicked. Drops, jumps, corners and gap jumps all became simpler and easier for him. A beer to celebrate the session at the end was the cherry on top of an awesome session.

High5!

 

This girl can

I coached Kasey a few years ago and she wanted to return as she’d got in a pickle over what to do physically and that had affected her mentally.

I had to correct some very small physical errors in her drop technique and that opened up everything.

what a session it turned out to be. I’ll let the pictures tell the story.

High5!