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Once everyone had arrived, we ran each rider through the skills check and then collectively worked on each person’s missing skills. We spent the first half of the session working on dropping and jumping. Everyone was soon feeling the air beneath their wheels as fears were being overcome. After this we moved onto the table top and everyone was soon clearing the 6ft table top, and others used their mental skills to ride the gap jump as well.

After drops & jumps we moved onto cornering techniques. We linked berms, drops into berms and each rider became quicker and more fluid within each turn. Our session finished back on the pump and jump trail, where the riders began jumping sections, and some riders chose to ride the gap jump towards the end of the trail.

Nice work guys.

Tony (@ukbikeskills)

Nath (@ukbikenath)