Basic Jumping tips. The most important part of the jump is where the bike actually leaves the ground, where you have the compression and rebound part of the jump. What gives you control at this critical part of the jump is your body movements and throttle control. Along with this body movement and throttle control is timing. This timing is very important so the body movement and throttle control has to happen at the right time. This All About Motocross Jumps Whoops DVD breaks down all the techniques for jumping. You’ll see it with slow motion, repeat and freeze frames while Gary explains it.
There are 3 ways to take the whoops.
A. Jumping through the troughs of the whoops.
B. Front wheel placement.
C. Skimming the tops of the whoops.
There are many techniques that go into each one.
This DVD will teach you all of them. Stop struggling with the whoops. Make it one of your strong points when you understand and practice what’s in this DVD.
The copyright of this Motocross Jumps and Whoops DVD is 2006 but all the techniques, except one, are still the same today and used by all the top riders. The only new jumping technique that is not in this DVD is the Scrub. For those technique lessons go to VO3 DVD #8 (Absorbing, Scrubbing and Whipping Techniques).
When it comes to jumps and whoops you’re techniques and control need to be precise. There is no room for being off balance and making mistakes. Don’t take unnecessary chances, learn the right way with this All About Jumps and Whoops DVD!