Motocross Practice Drills! Motocross Practice Drills are a primary key for improving your motocross riding skills. There is no better way to separate certain motocross techniques and practice them through repetition. I have learned that “Repetition is the Mother of Skill”, quoted from Anthony Robbins. From my personal experience as a mx racer and[...]
2 Stroke verses 4 Stroke. Ever since sometime in the early 80s two strokes have put to good use the development of a power valve in the exhaust port. This power valve has smoothed out the hit of the two stroke’s power band a great deal. But in order to get a lot of[...]
How would you be Training Supercross Pros? Supercross Pro racers already have all the motocross riding skills and techniques down as an automatic habit. That doesn’t mean all these technical riding habits are correct. Even the pros can and do develop bad habits. Sure, they are still very fast but could be even faster[…]
Motocross Ruts, how to use these traction rails to your advantage! Watch this motocross how to video and discover what you should be doing in motocross ruts. There's a lot more to it then just slowing down for the beginning of a rutted corner. You have to continue to control your speed all the[...]
How to Develop Motocross Control and Speed. Here's some footage of our Motocross School Track in Lisbon, OH. 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 develop motocross control[...]
Motocross Training Methods It's no mystery that you have to be in great shape in order to be competitive in motocross. Let's face it, motocross training methods 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[...]
Motocross Bike Body working together! Are your arms working with the bike or against it? All the proper upper body motocross movements over the bike begin with how you grip the bars. Hand positioning is critical. There are two main hand positions. One is for braking and the other is for accelerating. To understand the[...]
Best Motocross Exercises for improving your riding skills! Training off the MX bike for motocross has become popular these days. But not all exercises are created equal. There are many that will cause you to pump up and ride like Gumby. It’s not only the exercises but how you do them, like, how[…]
Avoid the 2 most common motocross cornering mistakes. Motocross corner speed is a key factor in having fast lap times and getting good race results. If you want to have them you can’t be making these 2 technical mistakes. They will slow you down while going into every corner.
Whether you’re trying to regain confidence after an injury or just wanting to gain more confidence period, I hope this info helps you accomplish it. This is another example that speaks volumes in the fact that with the right mindset, practice strategies and methods you can do it!
Learning how to jump a dirt bike is one of the most fun and exciting aspects of riding a dirt bike. At 60 years of age I’ve been jumping motocross bikes for a half a century and I can still remember the first time I caught air. If you’re already jumping you know what I mean. If you’re not you don’t know what you’re missing. Sure many people think it’s to dangerous, sure it’s not everyone’s cup of tea but if it might be yours don’t tip toe through life to arrive safely at death.
Motocross rhythm jumps are all about carrying speed and staying low. Don’t be caught slowing down between the jumps and wasting time in the air. This MX video tip will help you understand it, be able to do it correctly and then do it correctly through repetition! That is the key to learning anything new. The two main techniques in this video tip get the job done.