Riding Technique – Seat Bounce by Paul Aschmann

Click on image for complete article This advanced technique is very useful for jumps that are on the exit of tight corners where you would not have a chance to pick up enough speed to clear the jump. The concept is to weight the rear of the bike by staying seated while approacing and taking off from the jump.

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Riding Technique – Ruts in Corners by Paul Aschmann

Click on image to view complete article For most riders rutted corners are their worst nightmare. But, when executed properly they can actually make corners easier to ride and decrease your lap times substantially. Although they look menacing and can often beĀ  a nightmare to go through, rutted corners can actually be quite enjoyable.

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Riding Technique – Creek Crossings by Paul Aschmann

Click on image for complete article For this issue of the EDM’s technique article we are going to take a look at a typical woods/enduro obstacle – a small creek or mud bog type crossing. Since its been raining cats and dogs in the Carolinas recently it didn’t take us long to find one of these challenges on our local trail system. The worst thing you can do in this…

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Riding Technique – Off Camber Corners by Tom Kraft

Click on image to view complete article Off cambers turns can be really tricky, especially when the ground is really muddy or very dry and dusty. As with any obstacle, preparation is key and practice makes perfect. A crucial aspect to off-cambers is line selection, 90% of the time the corner will have 2 lines, a very tight inside line and a berm or slingshot line around the outside. Watch…

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