Left Hand Turns

Cornering – Left Hand Turns Most riders turn left better than right. This has to do with the majority of riders being right handed and right leg dominant. That said, riders who lead right foot forward sometimes prefer right hand turns, as it’s their ‘back-foot turn’ – which can be easier to access. Whatever foot…

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Right Hand Turns

Right Hand Turns While cornering in either direction our principles should remain the same for the most part. That said, about 90% of riders have a stronger left hand turn than right hand turn, which makes this an interesting topic. Most right handed people will prefer to turn left as will many left handed riders.……

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Braking Drill To Improve Modulation

Many people fear the power of the front brake on their bike. In reality the front brake is responsible for about 70% of our stopping power. I often say that even though it accounts for 70% of the power, we only need to squeeze it about 30% as hard as the rear brake, since the front wheel is in front of us.

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Like A Pro

Fluidride Like a Pro focuses on the body movement of successful cyclists, and breaks down complex movements into an easily understandable format.

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Progression

Simon created Progression after waking up one day to the realization that there are only three main ways we deal with upcoming terrain. We can either mimik its shape by Pumping or Passive Pumping, we can jump it using Featuring, or we can ride through on our back wheel in a Manual.

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Flow-Tonic

In his follow up to the top selling mountain bike instructional film, Fluidride: Like a Pro, veteran pro racer and internationally renowned Coach Simon Lawton discusses the importance of footwork on the bike.

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Pre-Loading Short Faced Jumps

Pre-Loading Short Faced Jumps Small jumps can be misleading, in that they look tame and easy. While they might be small, their size adds a technical element to the technique used to master them. In the instance of a short faced jump – especially one that is a bike length long or short – preload……

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Long Faced Jumps

Pre-Loading Short Faced Jumps Small jumps can be misleading, in that they look tame and easy. While they might be small, their size adds a technical element to the technique used to master them. In the instance of a short faced jump – especially one that is a bike length long or short – preload………

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