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  • 3 Step Braking Techniques

    Your ability to stop or slow down is your right away to speed. Good braking techniques are overlooked by all C riders and many B riders. But braking control is just as important as clutch and throttle control. Both front and rear brakes are equally important but this riding tip is just going to cover the rear brake. When the throttle is off the rear brake should be on. In some situations this is not as necessary on 4 stroke […]

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  • Secrets to Motocross Corner Speed

    Understanding the secrets below will enable you to have a lot more speed and control into and through the corners. Most times what you think you know isn’t enough. Many times the rest of what you need to know has been right there the entire time…you just didn’t recognize it. The most critical part of the corner is at the transition. What is the transition? It’s where you go from controlling the bike with the brakes to controlling it with […]

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  • Facts about Motocross Riding Skills

    The Foundation of Speed and Control Being a descent motocross rider and having fun with it maybe a lot easier and fun than you think. Becoming a successful pro is a lot harder than you think. But let’s face it, most riders want to do well and have fun at an amateur level. The 1% that end up making a living at it, well that’s a whole nother story. What level you end up at, only time will tell. In […]

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  • Railing Rut Corners

    In this video Pro racer AJ Catanzaro demonstrates how the proper techniques make this difficult turn track look easy. But trust me, it’s not an easy track even when you can take your inside foot off the peg. AJ is practicing the use of controlling the front brake, throttle and keeping his center of balance while keeping his feet on the pegs. This is just one of my practice methods that have helped thousands of riders learn the 55 Absolute […]

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  • How to Train for Motocross

    It’s no mystery that you have to be in great shape to moto. Let’s face it, training off the bike is the hardest thing to do because it’s just plain old hard work. It takes a lot of discipline to keep doing the workouts week after week. So it only makes sense that you would want all the hard work to pay off. In this case make you a better rider. Not just a little better but a lot better. […]

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  • Motocross Rollers (how to)

    Motocross Rollers are very popular on motocross tracks these days. This free riding tip video will show you some of the important techniques to help you get over them fast and smooth.

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  • Motocross Bowl Corners

    Motocross Bowl Corners are fast and fun. Here I’m coaching 3 pros (Kyle Peters, Cade Clayson and Logan Karnow) at Club MX in South Carolina. I’ve added some tips in order to help you improve your speed and control. I hope it helps.  

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  • Motocross Braking Control- Front or Rear Brake

    Includes video. Braking in motocross is one of the most important skills to master. Here’s a short video demonstrating how to get in and out of corners faster and with more control. For everything you need to know about braking go here. 

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  • Motocross free video Basic Jumping Techniques

    This quick free video tip of Motocross Basic Jumping Techniques is from my VO3 DVD #6. If you want to get the full DVD or Stream click here. motocross, motocross jumping, jump, how to learn motocross, motocross lessons, how to motocross videos, motocross riding tips, motocross video streams, motocross videos, motocross dvds, training dvds, motocross training videos, motocross instructional videos  

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  • Motocross…how to get and stay fast!

    As most of you know I’ve made a living training motocross riders how to go fast. I just made another discovery (July 17, 2013) reconfirming what I have always taught. In order to go fast you have to master all the basic techniques (The 55 Absolute Techniques of Motocross)  How did I reconfirm this fact? Well, after I won the 50 Masters class at Loretta’s last year I haven’t ridden much. I’d say maybe about once a week on average. […]

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  • Free MX Riding Tip #56 (Motocross Steering Effects)

    Understanding how the chassis works can make your practices more effective. Of course a big part of the chassis is steering. About the only time you should be counter steering is when you’re sliding the bike. When the back wheel is sliding you need to counter steer to control the bike. Otherwise you should be steering with the front wheel. What’s interesting is how the front wheel steers. If you are pushing or pulling on one side of the handlebar, […]

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  • Tip #55 What do Motocross and Golf have in Common?

    What does Motocross and Golf have in common? Nothing physically but mentally and especially when learning the processes of doing them, they have a lot in common. I recently had the opportunity to get some golf lessons from a former professional golfer, who for the last decade has been teaching golf lessons, much like I do for motocross. My stepson David Kilgore met Paul Bryan while he was teaching in Florida. David traded off some golf lessons for some motocross lessons […]

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