A Private Group Session

Mark,Chris and Mark wanted a private session for themselves to develop their riding skills sets. I worked on position, footwork and looking in all aspects of their riding and using the mental skills to choose what and when to ride stuff.

Ian’s Mountain Bike Skills Session

Ian has never ever got his wheels off the ground and it was his physical skills that needed correcting before I could show him why it’s a simple physical act to do so.

Footwork in berms was an issue as was positioning on steep terrain and drop offs.

Bob Gets His Wings

Bob wanted a one to one session with myself so he could focus on the things that scare him on his bike. He started mtbing in his 50’s and is keen to learn from the position of a complete beginner, or so he thought.

I made some small adjustments to his bike and placed a skill set into his mind and body. What a difference it all made. He was jumping tabletops and a gap jump in just over an hour after learning to apply the same skill set to riding over obstacles. I think the pictures and video show how it went.

Graham’s Session

Graham wanted to work on his riding all round. The skills check showed the weakness he has in right turns and also his technique for jumping needed isolating and correcting. From there,I built the session.

Ian And Mark Wanted To Learn To Jump

Among other techniques but on meeting, I explained the simple skill set I teach and it’s application.I corrected their missing skills and made some small adjustments to their set up (explained in my youtube vids )

Looking and positioning were paramount in needing work and also Marks’ footwork. Jumps, drops, berms, steeps, obstacles, pumping and gap jumps were all ridden and they both understood when it was right or wrong and why.

Bryan And Ross

I coached Ross two years ago and he return with riding buddy Bryan to move his riding on but also iron out some errors he felt in his riding.

I adjusted their set up and worked on positioning and the all important looking. Foot position on flat pedals made a huge difference too. I think the pictures tell the tale better than I can.