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  1. Garrahan Off-Road Training

    MX Jumping: How to Seat Bounce with Garrahan Off-Road Training

    KTM are generally trail bikes. This is the relaxed riding position if standing like Dual sporting, and a little showing off trying to show how relaxed they are on a bike.
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    MX Jumping Fundamentals w/ Garrahan Off-Road Training

    Sorry you are not satisfied, I personally think there is lots of info to gain.
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    MX Jumping Fundamentals w/ Garrahan Off-Road Training

    Thank you, hope you are finding these video useful.
  4. In this training video, I talk about and demonstrate the fundamental riding skills & techniques necessary to effectively and safely tackle the jumps you'll encounter on the MX track. It's geared toward developing riders, so if you're scrubbing the 120' step-up triple at your local track, this video isn't for you. 🤜🤛 Brian Garrahan Garrahan Off-Road Training http://garrahanoffroadtraining.com/
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    MX Jumping: How to Seat Bounce with Garrahan Off-Road Training

    Are you referring to how hard the seat is? please explain more?
  6. Garrahan Off-Road Training

    MX Jumping: How to Seat Bounce with Garrahan Off-Road Training

    And probably showing off a Little!!😜😎😎🙀
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    MX Jumping: How to Seat Bounce with Garrahan Off-Road Training

    Great point you make. most of the time when seat bouncing yes you are loading the suspension for more height and distance. In the clip you are referring to is a little different but same technique. As I am exiting the corner I do not have the time to get stood up or the bike upright. I also want the extra weight on the tire up the lip for added traction with my lean angle. I will do the same technique leaving the lip except I’m adding a little scrub as I do not need the height. hope this helps!!!
  8. The seat bounce is a fundamental MX jumping technique and in this video I cover how to seat bounce, when, and why. Are you using the seat bounce? How's your technique? Struggling with anything? Hit me up in the comments section below! I'm here to help you improve your riding skills so you can be a more effective racer or simply have more fun & ride more safely. Oh, if you want to be notified when I post new content to this blog, be sure to tap that "follow" button. Brian Garrahan Garrahan Off-Road Training http://garrahanoffroadtraining.com/
  9. In this training video I cover cornering line selection on the motocross track and the advantages & disadvantages of each. As always, if you have any questions, hit me up in the comments section below. I look forward to hearing from you. Brian Garrahan Garrahan Off-Road Training
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    Braking simultaneously with Garrahan Offroad Training

    Thanks, Yes applying both brakes will make the bike better balanced and add pressure to both tires increasing braking power and control.
  11. In this offroad motorcycle training video, I want to show you the benefits of using your front and rear brakes at the same time for maximum control and speed. Give it a watch, see how you're doing, and of course, hit me up in the comment section below if you have any questions or comments. Brian Garrahan Off-road Training
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    Dropping into Ravines with Garrahan Off-Road Training

    Believe in yourself and be confident
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    Dropping into Ravines with Garrahan Off-Road Training

    Yes need to learn to be heavy on the pegs and light on the pegs at the correct times. Think as if you are riding a bicycle and you have to be light and heavy to absorb the bumps.
  14. In episode 8 of my video off-road riding techniques training series, I want to cover the fundamentals of riding into ravines. Give it a watch to see how you're doing and if you have any questions or comments, hit me up in the comments section below. I'll do my best to get back to you. Thanks for watching! Oh, almost forgot... If you'd like to be notified of when I post new training videos, be sure to tap that "Follow" button. Brian Garrahan, Garrahan Off-Road Training
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    Video Riding Tip: Wheeling Over Obstacles

    Hitting a debarked log at a angle is always hard. The most important thing is the tires being light when crossing the log. That being said I’ll pop a little wheelie and miss the log completely with my front tire. Using my clutch to control wheel spin and rpm. Once my front end is over I am going to Shift myweight forward and get weight off the rear end. So the tire can go over obstacles light with a little momentum or just a tiny bit of throttle if I need it. Never to much or the backend will spin out to the side.
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