Flow & Control

Number of Riders : 6 maximum

 

Duration : 6hrs inc lunch break

Cost: £65 per rider

2022 Dates:

20th Mar - Grenoside Woods

21st May - Grenoside Woods

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Flow & Control Skills Course

Our Advanced Skills mountain bike course will improve your riding technique enabling you to tackling more technical terrain, rail berms and ride with confidence and control.  Whether you are a trail centre weekend warrior or a natural trail lover, the same techniques carry across to both environments and give you control of your bike and not the bike controlling you!

Skills covered on the course include:

Bike Set Up

We will review the full set up of your bike including suspension front and rear if you have both.

Grip Points

These areas of the trail where you can perform an action and its key to be able to spot these.

Cornering

Berms and flat corners will be looked at individually with different techniques used.

Braking

Braking in the right way is paramount, as is braking in the right places on the trail.

Bunny Hops

The bunnyhop is a key skill to master and will open up your riding progression.

Pumping

Being able to pump trail features will generate speed and control down the trail.

Line Choice

Don't be a sheep and follow the same line! We will explore line choice, the why and when.

Descending

Learn how to descend steeper terrain with flow & control and increased confidence.

If you have any questions regarding the skills course or wish to make sure this course is suitable for your current riding level, please contact us before booking. We welcome single rider bookings, however all of our group courses need a minimum of 3 riders to go ahead. Should the minimum rider number not be reached, we will be in touch to discuss options.

All our courses are available as a 1-1 course, for details see the 1-1 Coaching page

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Last week I managed to knock 20 seconds off a 2 minute DH run at Havok and this weekend I raced the steepest enduro I've done so far with significantly more control, grip and general confidence on the messy bits

Aaron Harrision - Advanced Skills Course