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Learn Dirt Bike Riding Techniques from Basic To Expert, All Taught By The Pros

dirt bike riding techniques

The Gary Semics School of Motocross helps any dirt bike rider to quickly learn new skills and develop new dirt bike riding techniques as used by today’s top pros. To help beginners get started or more experienced riders to hone their techniques, the school offers a variety of free motocross riding tips. These techniques, practices methods, and strategies are core skills that have been developed and proven over decades of teaching pro racers. These free motocross riding tips include:

  • Motocross practice drills – drills created with years of experience that are well organized, highly detailed and easy to understand and implement

  • 2 stroke versus 4 stroke riding tips to get the most power out of any engine

  • MX riding tips from the pros

  • Motocross ruts – the smooth and fast way to use traction rails to your advantage

  • best motocross workouts

    Developing motocross control and speed

  • Motocross training methods to get your body in top condition for the demanding physical challenges of motocross racing

  • The best motocross workouts for improving riding skills

  • Making the body and the bike work together for optimum results

  • The two most common motocross cornering mistakes and how to avoid them

  • How to regain riding confidence after an injury

  • Two-speed secrets for better rhythm jumps

  • How to jump a dirt bike

As an example, following is more information from the How to Jump a Dirt Bike free tip:

dirt bike riding techniques

Learning how to jump a dirt bike is one of the most fun and exhilarating aspects of riding a dirt bike. While jumping a dirt bike can be dangerous, when using the proper techniques, the danger of crashing is much smaller.

To execute the proper basic jumping technique, the rider should be standing in the central body position. Both body movement and throttle control the jump. As the rear wheel rebounds from the jump, the body position should be nudged back. The steeper the jump face is and the faster the bike is traveling, the harder the rider will need to nudge back. When the rider throttles off a jump, the more he throttles, the less he will have to use his body to nudge back.

Here’s a quick example of a motocross practice drill.

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