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Just wanted to pass along a “thank you” for your products.
I am a 40+ rider now after 26 years away from the sport and purchased your complete catalog to get the much needed information to refresh my mind and I must say that all of the instructional materials have helped considerably!
Thanks Gary – I do ride smarter and safer thanks to your knowledge!!
Hey Gary Semics:
I attended your school in April (19th and 20th I think) and my dad and I plan on attending GSMXS again in April.
Your motocross school really helped me improve and I’m really going faster in the corners thanks to you.
Jeff Seidenberg #934
PS – I saw you in Racer X Magazine!
EJ, (Eric Johnson)You should see the AMAZING collection of photos of Gary I got from Dick Miller.
This could be a visually stunning feature.
And make sure you ask Gary about holeshots — I still say he was the best ever.
Davey Combs – Racer X Magazine
Dear Mr. Semics,
I would like to thank you for the outstanding instruction you gave my son during the recent May 5th and 6th group class.
Your verbal instruction followed by your professional riding skills was perfect for PJ. At the conclusion of the class he was able to put his newly learned skills to the test at Budds Creek. His starts, turns and new found comfort with jumping allowed him to finish in the top 3 of both the schoolboy and 125B class events.
We just returned from the LL Unadilla area qualifier where he was required to learn the track for the first time and race all in the same weekend. He qualified for both the Schoolboy stock and mod classes.
I am convinced that he would not have been capable of such success without your professional instruction. We look forward to coming back for both individual and group classes in the future.
Paul Heilig Senior & PJ Heilig #139
I want to first off thank you for giving riders like myself the opportunity to read your free tech tips.
They have helped me so much as a rider as well as a human being. I love reading your tips and i think you should continue to write them.
I am 15 years old and i race the 125 novice class.
When i first started riding at age 11 i had no idea dirt bike racing would become my life and my whole mentality. I ride as often as i can, mostly everyday, practicing cornering and all kinds of things to become a better rider. I have a dream and a goal to race professional motocross.I strive for it and i won’t give up.
I have taken your tips and used them as much as i can, i try to think like a champion. I try to think positive all the time in all types of situations, good or bad. I work out everyday and try to stay as healthy as i can. I push myself harder and harder to keep getting better to someday reach my goal. I think i have what it takes to be a professional motocrosser and a good one at that. I have a lot of natural talent, I’m dedicated to riding, I have self-discipline, a positive attitude, and i have loads of motivation and a burning desire.
As I sit here drinking a protein smoothie getting ready to go to bed, I just want to personal thank you for what you are doing and to keep up the good work. Your tips have helped me so much, and i hope they will continue to do so.
Mark Grossman Suzmx18@aol.com
this is Jared McConnaughey I went to the last class in 2009 and I just wanted to tell you how much it helped me with my weekly training.
Since taking your class I have done a lot of work and have recently bumped up to b class. Your class gave me not only the skill that I needed to advance in this rough sport, but also a butt load of confidence knowing that I was tought by the man who trained all of guys I look up to, and one of the best trainers around.
I just wanted to say thanks for everything you do, and see how the moto school is doing. I’m thinking of coming back up to Lisbon this coming year for another class.
Keep it up you don’t know how much it means to riders like me to train with you.
Jared McConnaughey MX25
I’ve went from 250 lbs down to 160 lbs with the help of Gary Semics MX Conditioning DVD. I can really tell a big difference with how I feel on the bike. Not only do I not tire out, but the bike handles and performs better with me having the strength to ride it with ease now.
I decided to test my new conditioning out in this years 23rd annual Great Greenbrier River Race. It’s a 17 mile triathlon that consist of a 3 mile run (that I completed with a time of 20min 37s), a 4 mile kayak (completed in 45min 51s), and a 10 mile bike ride (completed in 36min 59s). I crossed the line 44th out of 222 with a overall time of 1hr 43min 27s and thats even after suffering a broken paddle in the kayaking event.
I owe a lot to Gary for teaching me his conditioning and all of his techniques in the sport that I love. Thanks Gary,
I just wanted to drop you a quick note to thank you for having Austin (that 166 kid) attend your school.
As a parent, naturally I want to see my son succeed in anything that he undertakes. His passion is Motocross and he is determined to bring his skills to the highest level.
My wife and I could not have been more pleased in watching him at your school this past weekend.
Your teaching style fit perfectly with the way my son learns best. He learned more in the two days that we were at the school than I would have ever believed possible. You increased his skill level and more importantly, his confidence level as well.
This was by far, the best investment that we have ever made in Austin’s training. We will certainly be back for more instruction.
It’s literally unbelievable how much of a change you made in Austin.
Jim & Diana Harvey