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Get a friend and practice this drill the next time you go riding. It will help build muscle memory so that you can fully integrate this technique into your riding.
The fastest riders in the world all have one thing in common: they are looking ahead at the terrain. This does more than just let them anticipate what's coming. It actually frees up your body to absorb the terrain.
The separation between your bike and your body is key to handling both flat and banked turns. Learn how to position your body based on the terrain with a few simple steps!
Your knee placement is critical to how you weight the front wheel. Often when a rider slides out, it's not because of too much weight on the front wheel, but actually too little. Simon walks you through how to use your knees to "drive" through the turns with confidence.
Have you ever wondered how to create hip flexion? One of the ways to do this is by looking where you want to go. You can do this by pointing the front of your chest in the direction that you want to go, creating flexion in your hips. A lot of people have issues doing this in both directions – they are not ambi-turners. If you have this issue, one-footed turns are recommended. This is basically where you stand at 6 o’clock, which in turn makes you really feel the rotation and hip engagement.