I discovered during the skills checks that i had to work on body positioning and looking within the techniques they demonstrated to me. After correcting it here, we done a bit of work on cornering, first using a grassy slope and then two linked berms. Drops came next, and they used the mental skills to overcome any fears and were both soon landing perfectly off the largest drop. We then linked drops into corners where line choice and correct braking became a factor. After lunch, i showed them jumping on the fly out, and then linked this up to the bottom of the trail. Each run was faster and they were showing more confidence between them. Our session ended on the tabletop, where i worked on speed management, and jumping at different speeds, and soon enough, they were both landing perfectly on the downslope. Nice work today, Annabel, press your hand more, Arran, think about the sticker.
Nath (@ukbike_nath)
Tony (@ukbikeskills)