I teach people the safe techniques to confidently ride off-road for many years to come with less seat time.
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Is Dirt Biking Dangerous?
Yes, it can be very dangerous, but that’s only if you make the same mistakes that some beginners make.
Whether it’s starting on the wrong bike, not learning proper clutch and throttle control, or having poor body position, these mistakes will cause you to ride tense and out of control.
But, it’s easy to to prevent these mistakes by starting on the right bike and learning the proper techniques
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Is Riding A Dirt Bike Hard?
While riding a dirt bike is similar to a street bike (motorcycle), it’s amazing how much different it is to ride off-road. You don’t have 100% traction, so your body position and techniques are a lot different than riding on the road – almost completely opposite in some ways.
It’s scary going from riding with (virtually) 100% traction at all times to riding with your tires constantly sliding around. That’s why I want to show you the proper techniques to riding off-road so that you don’t crash and get hurt right away.
“Your video on riding rutted corners was very helpful and helped me improve my technique. Thanx.”– Achilles Frantzen, Netherlands (Europe)
How To Make Dirt Biking Safer
Whether you need to keep your wife happy, provide for your family, or your parents would be upset if you got hurt, staying safe is extremely important and it takes more than just good riding gear to prevent a serious injury.
It starts with choosing the right dirt bike to start on, and then learning proper balance and traction.
A common mistake is standing too tall and being out of balance, making it harder to ride with control. Standing in the proper attack position allows you to relax and use less energy while staying in control because you’re efficiently using your body and putting less stress on your hands and arms.
By learning how to smoothly accelerate and brake, you’ll be able feel the bike getting traction under you.
I want to give you a gift for free to help you get started that has helped many of my students around the world.
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