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#21
Surely we would have to agree on what we would like Tony to teach us as a group. Ash you are far more advanced on drop off's etc than me and you do jumps etc, you have always been more out going.

I would like help on
  • Flow
  • Steep roll in's
  • Drop off's
  • Berms
Just about all aspects really Big Grin

OT Warning, Ash did you go to St Mary's primary school with Mort's?
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#22
Jedi -

So we have a few interested in a session with you - I guess the issue is we are all a bit different in skills etc, though all ride a lot so no-one is a beginner.

What do you think - should we be looking at 1 course or should we look at 2 courses, like intermediate & advanced & see which people want to do, feel most confortable with. - Need costs for both if you can please & location you do the training.

Also I suppose for most we would be looking at a weekend date - tellme if im wrong there. (I can get off in the week for a day probably)
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#23
"UphillDownDale" Wrote:Surely we would have to agree on what we would like Tony to teach us as a group. Ash you are far more advanced on drop off's etc than me and you do jumps etc, you have always been more out going.

I would like help on
  • Flow
  • Steep roll in's
  • Drop off's
  • Berms
Just about all aspects really Big Grin

OT Warning, Ash did you go to St Mary's primary school with Mort's?

OT - No I didn't I went to Willesborough Juniors, then The Towers which is where I met Mort's he's older than me.

Back on topic: Yes I'm more confident with drops and jumps but its all self learnt so I would like professional advice. My main area of attention I'd like to look into would be braking when/where and trying to carry more speed into and out of berms.

I'm certainly not miles ahead of anyone else on here in term of bike skill.
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#24
I need to improve my jumps and drops and carrying speed through corners, so if we do split into two groups i'd be up for a bit of that.
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#25
i discover the way you all best learn, then i insatll a specific skills set , both mentally and physically. the current level you ride at doesn't really matter much in a group where you all know eachother. some of the groups i ahve coached have left me with the lesser rider being ahead.
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