Father And Son

Ian and his Step son Oli came to me for mountain bike skills coaching to build up confidence after a trip to black mountains and bike park Wales. The skills check showed the areas of positioning and footwork needed work and when I said i’d get them airborne too they thought I was joking. I worked on cornering, drops, jumps and flowing through a trail.

Getting Paul’s Mind Right

Paul has had a couple of big accidents over the past couple of years and has been on a search for the reason why. His path led to me and my skills check showed him why. I worked hard on his weaker right sided turns but mostly his positioning to a point where he could apply his mental skills. It was a joy to watch him fly!

Bigfoot Mountain Bike Club

Steve, Dan and Matt are Bigfoot mbc members. I have coached Steve previously and Dan and Matt wanted to come to me for mountain bike skills coaching too. Footwork, looking and the all important positioning were worked on as were the mental skill sets. We then applied the skills to the techniques I teach and then they flew and flowed.

Father And Son Fly

Andrew and his son Joey came to me on the hottest day on record for their session but the heat didn’t deter us. I worked on their missing looking and positioning skills and then showed them why it was so important. A brilliant session unfolded and cornering, pumping , jumps, drops and gaps to 13ft were all ridden using their mental skill set.

Colin’s Session

Colin came to me via recommendation from his mate Nick who I have coached several times. He wanted to learn to ride smoother and to get air under his wheels. The mental skills are equally as important as the physical skills and once Colin was aware of the corrections he needed to make it all came together.

Steve’s One To One

Steve has never been able to jump or indeed get his front wheel off the ground so he came to me after being recommended by his friend. I ran Steve through my skills check and I corrected his foot positioning, his body positioning and showed him where to look. Sounds simple, which it is but not easy to implement. Steve suddenly found it easy do all the things he’d struggled with and confidently started to get over large obstacles, drops, jumps and cornering was a vast improvement too!