Avoid the 2 most common motocross cornering mistakes. Motocross corner speed is a key factor in having fast lap times and getting good race results. If you want to have them you can’t be making these 2 technical mistakes. They will slow you down while going into every corner.
Whether you’re trying to regain confidence after an injury or just wanting to gain more confidence period, I hope this info helps you accomplish it. This is another example that speaks volumes in the fact that with the right mindset, practice strategies and methods you can do it!
SX pros already have all the motocross riding skills, techniques down as an automatic habit. That doesn’t mean all these technical habits are correct. How does a coach, like myself, help these experienced racers keep their riding skills polished? Watch this supercross how to video for some answers.
Learning how to jump a dirt bike is one of the most fun and exciting aspects of riding a dirt bike. At 60 years of age I’ve been jumping motocross bikes for a half a century and I can still remember the first time I caught air. If you’re already jumping you know what I mean. If you’re not you don’t know what you’re missing. Sure many people think it’s to dangerous, sure it’s not everyone’s cup of tea but if it might be yours don’t tip toe through life to arrive safely at death.
Motocross rhythm jumps are all about carrying speed and staying low. Don’t be caught slowing down between the jumps and wasting time in the air. This MX video tip will help you understand it, be able to do it correctly and then do it correctly through repetition! That is the key to learning anything new. The two main techniques in this video tip get the job done.
Training off the bike for motocross has become popular these days. But some of the methods used can be bad for your mx riding skills if not done properly. For example, regular push ups and especially pull ups are not so good because they don’t simulate movements on the bike. Pull Ups are a recipe for arm pump. Watch this video to learn more.
First learning how to jump a dirt bike or bicycle is fun and exciting but at the same time can be pretty scary as well. Here’s my strategy for first timers. Basically it’s starting out small and repeating it through repetition, moving up gradually as you improve. In this MX how to video I’m practicing how to jump a mountain bike. Try not to laugh too hard.
Have you seen the pros wheelieing over a small jump? It’s a big time saver. This short mx how to video will show you with slow motion and freeze frames just how it’s done. For all the motocross jumping techniques click the links below for these DVDs or Streams. Don’t go through the “School of Hard Knocks” learn the right ways from the get go!
Is cycling really good for motocross training? After a four month training experiment, using myself as the ginny pig, the results are in. Watch this 12 minute video to understand how cycling effected my motocross riding results and much more. You have to be willing to suffer on the bicycle or is it really suffering???
This 90 minute DVD or Stream is loaded with workouts, weekly sample routines and explains so many important things every motocrosser should know, and it even comes with a PDF Training, Diet and Nutrition Manual in order to make it easy to understand and remember all the moto training info it took me over 30 years to learn.
All the proper upper body mx movements over the bike begin with how you grip the bars. Hand positioning is critical. There are two main hand positions. One is for braking and the other is for accelerating. Watch this motocross skills video to learn more.
Many motocross riders have problems with their back from a lot of seat time. Is this normal or can a simple mx riding technique regarding posture keep your back healthy and strong? Watch this video to find out.