The main thing about sand whoops is placing the front wheel on top or just over the next whoop. In order to do this the rider has to pull back on the handlebars (row back) at the right time and use the throttle correctly. By putting the front wheel on top or just over each whoop (don’t let it go through the bottoms of the whoops) this will cause the rear wheel to keep better ground contact and stay straight, along with being much faster! In the Motocross Sand Grass Techniques there are plenty more important sand techniques along with tons of grass cornering techniques that also apply to many other types of track conditions. You’ll get all the details for drift sliding the bike into corners with medium terrain track conditions. Drift slide it in and carry that drift slide through the “Transition” (where you go from the brakes to the clutch and throttle) and the exit of the corner. Not only do these techniques look awesome but they will lower your lap times, big time!
You’ll learn how to practice and master the skills for carrying more speed through the corners and sand whoops with control and confidence. Learn how to use the rear brake for faster entry speed into corners. For harder grass sections you’ll learn how to use the front brake as hard as needed without sliding out. You’ll also learn how to handle those rough sand roller sections with speed, control and less physical effort. We are just scratching the surface, as there is way more to learn in this DVD!
Hey Gary, Just want to let you know that before I attended your class, i would barely break the top 10 in the Expert class. This weekend i raced Silver Springs MX and placed a perfect 1st Overall in the 450 Expert class against guys who normally whoop my ass. Feels so great to actually win. Its been 4 years since I’ve won a moto and I’ve never won the overall in the Expert class since i have turned expert. Everyone came up to me and I told them you’re the man to thank, so you might be getting some calls. I put the good word in for you. Hope to keep in touch. Thanks again for everything. Your knowledge and training means the world.
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