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Frickin Awesome Day with Jedi
#1
Really enjoyed our day at UK Bike Skills in the sunshine with Tony today; Ad_Fav, Jams, Deadpool2e & I learnt plenty & all left with a proper sense of achievement...

Will post up some pics & videos over the weekend.

Cannot commend Jedi's coaching enough!
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#2
"DaisyDaring" Wrote:Really enjoyed our day at UK Bike Skills in the sunshine with Tony today; Ad_Fav, Jams, Deadpool2e & I learnt plenty & all left with a proper sense of achievement...

Will post up some pics & videos over the weekend.

Cannot commend Jedi's coaching enough!

i concur!  The blog is up on his site too.  

Smile Smile Smile
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#3
spotted the blog on his fb page, looked like you all had a good one!
I still find it amusing how amazingly simple he makes everything seem, still cant say I've mastered any of it yet though.
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#4
Glad you all had a great day, I knew you would, as Tony's personality and professionalism is nothing short of brilliance. You cannot help but be engaged with what he is telling/showing you and the speed at which he identify's your learning style is amazing. The facilities look like they have matured a lot from when I was there nearly 3 years ago.

I would say write down what Tony told you so that you remember and also practice,practice, practice! I failed on this count because a few weeks later life threw me a bit of a curve ball and I was unable to carry this out. A good idea would probably for you to meet up and practice together somewhere (I would like to pop along if invited).

Once again well done Tony for empowering yet more riders in your Jedi ways.
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#5
As already said it was a amazing day and progress was rapid from all of us and each of us took away something from it. heres the Blog if you have not seen it yet <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://ukbikeskills.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/taking-sketchy-out-of-riders-from-kent.html">http://ukbikeskills.blogspot.co.uk/2013 ... -kent.html</a><!-- m -->
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#6
Good work guys, some good pics on the blog. Well done on the double Rach. Did you do the two big ski jumps Mark?
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#7
&quot;Treehugger&quot; Wrote:Good work guys, some good pics on the blog. Well done on the double Rach. Did you do the two big ski jumps Mark?

Not as part of the Skills day but he let us stay on and play, i did the first one then but was more working on what we had been shown,
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#8
&quot;Treehugger&quot; Wrote:Good work guys, some good pics on the blog. Well done on the double Rach. Did you do the two big ski jumps Mark?

I did the double too in the end!  There were 4 of those ski jumps, getting bigger as they go,  the North shore is the craziest stuff there tho, scary just to look at!
He has built some lovely runs up there though, we were happy playing on those once the coaching had finished
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#9
Practise session after refreshments....

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#10
was a pleasure to coach you all Smile
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