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Gary Semics Motocross Schools
Helping riders who are serious about mastering the motocross riding techniques necessary to ride fast, smooth, and in control.

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Are your arms working with the bike or against it?

Posted by Gary Semics , August 25, 2014 · 8,289 views

Miscellaneous Motocross Riding Technique
Are your arms working with the bike or against it? All the proper upper body 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. Watch this video to learn more.

Get the full skinny on all the proper Body Positions and Movements and the most common mistakes with this DVD or Stream.

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Sep 07, 2014 12:31 AM

Thats a big ten 4  use ur mind so ur body dont suffer 

Gary Semics
Oct 13, 2014 11:25 AM

Yes, especially as we get older...we better be getting smarter! 

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