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Motocross Bowl Corners are fast and fun. Here I’m coaching 3 pros (Kyle Peters, Cade Clayson and Logan Karnow) at www.clubmx-sc.com in South Carolina. I've added some tips in order to help you improve your speed and control. I hope it helps.

 

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Click below to watch free video for Bowl Corners

 

http://www.gsmxs.com/free-mx-riding-tips/motocross-bowl-corners

Edited by Gary_Semics

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I'm trying to watch the video, but it freezes every couple of seconds.

What's your download speed? It has to be at least 5 mb/s. You can easily find out at: www.speedtest.net 

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That's cool. That one guy looks like he is flying as he rails the whole turn. Damn! I wish when I raced before I would have been able to take a class. Now I'm a lost cause. Now let's see a video of a flat corner for my last ride of the season Sunday :-)

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That's cool. That one guy looks like he is flying as he rails the whole turn. Damn! I wish when I raced before I would have been able to take a class. Now I'm a lost cause. Now let's see a video of a flat corner for my last ride of the season Sunday :-)

Here ya go. 

http://www.gsmxs.com/dvds/volume-3/dvd-4-hard-slick-corner-techniques

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Gary, Just wanted to let you know that I had probably my best day ever at the track this last Saturday. I recently got your motocross techniques book and I have your first two volumes of your cornering dvd's. This along with going to a mx school offered by a local pro racer has helped my cornering tremendously. Saturday the track was tilled up perfectly. Corners were deep loam. Following your methods I was able to flow threw the corners in a way I had never been able to before. The feeling was indescribable. I was able to lean the bike over a little bit and pin the throttle and it went exactly where I wanted it to go. I was picking new lines in every corner every lap and it worked the same every time.  

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Gary, Just wanted to let you know that I had probably my best day ever at the track this last Saturday. I recently got your motocross techniques book and I have your first two volumes of your cornering dvd's. This along with going to a mx school offered by a local pro racer has helped my cornering tremendously. Saturday the track was tilled up perfectly. Corners were deep loam. Following your methods I was able to flow threw the corners in a way I had never been able to before. The feeling was indescribable. I was able to lean the bike over a little bit and pin the throttle and it went exactly where I wanted it to go. I was picking new lines in every corner every lap and it worked the same every time.  

That's what I like to hear. I'm glad you are applying what I teach in my Technique DVDs and the popular Motocross Practice Manual. You are living proof it works. Thanks for sharing, it means a lot to me and keeps me motivated when I hear results like yours. 

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That's what I like to hear. I'm glad you are applying what I teach in my Technique DVDs and the popular Motocross Practice Manual. You are living proof it works. Thanks for sharing, it means a lot to me and keeps me motivated when I hear results like yours. 

 

 

Your welcome. Only problem now is tracks are all closed for the winter.

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Yea, I hear that. It's either indoors or head south.

Not many indoors tracks around me. So where I am from, it's head south or try Broome Tioga's winter series. They continue racing until spring. Sometimes it looks cold but it may be worth trying one of these days.

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Not many indoors tracks around me. So where I am from, it's head south or try Broome Tioga's winter series. They continue racing until spring. Sometimes it looks cold but it may be worth trying one of these days.

I raced year round when I was a teenager in Ohio. Through the winter we raced hairscrambles. 

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