learning to ride from a video cassete...



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  • gal

Posted July 11, 2002 - 02:47 AM

#1

i never learend how to ride from anyone, i just got my first bike at 1996 and started to gas it...
i think i ride very good, im not a pro in my country but sometimes i ride with the pro's and still can c their tails...
i ride mostly enduro tracks but sometime i ride motocross also. i never touch the suspension but a few clicks harder on the compression when i move to dunes or motocross track.
do u think i can learn anything from a video cassete - the one offered in db magazine?

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  • racemile

Posted July 11, 2002 - 04:08 AM

#2

Gal,

Knowledge can be picked up in the weirdest places. All you have to lose is the cost of the tape. You may pick up something basic or a different view point that could improve your riding tremendously. Or, the tape could just confirm that you are doing everything right. I say give it a shot.

Jason

P.S. Be careful over there. Stay safe.





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