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Gary Semics Motocross Schools
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Is you're clutch and shifting techniques costing you lap times?

Posted by Gary Semics , July 28, 2014 · 10,173 views

Miscellaneous Motocross Riding Technique
Is you're clutch and shifting techniques costing you lap times? Do you need to use the clutch when up shifting? How do you up shift when you're in the forward body position? Checkout this video tip on proper shifting in Motocross and more facts about Clutch, Throttle and Shifting Techniques. These 3 things of Clutch, Throttle and Shifting have to work together in order to keep the engine happy and of course improve your lap times.

Motocross Clutch, Throttle and Shifting Techniques DVD or Stream.

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