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  1. chrisp50

    Rutted corners

    I have been struggling this year with rutted corners. Yesterday while messing around a bit I found that if I sat farther back, actually on the bump of the seat (this puts the front of my pelvis inline with the back of the foot pegs) the bike would rail the rut most time effortlessly. I was always told to sit almost on the tank... is this a sign I have my bike bike setup incorrectly for me. Or is that just the way it should be? I am riding a 2015 crf250r. 102mm sag. 165psi in the forks. If any of this sounds like I have something wrong and should make any adjustments you feedback is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  2. TT'ers, if you'd like to improve your riding skills, listen to those that ride like you want to! In this case, Brian Garrahan, a pro rider with plenty of wins over the last 20 years. Brian has a blog right here on ThumperTalk where he posts video riding tips monthly. He's published two as of the date of this post, one on Braking Position and the other on Rutted Corners. His blog can be found @ https://thumpertalk.com/blogs/blog/15-garrahan-off-road-training/ If you are a registered TT member, tap the "follow" link to be notified of when Brian posts new training videos. Enjoy! About Brian Garrahan GOT founder, Brian Garrahan, has been riding since childhood and racing as a professional at the highest levels of the sport for over 20 years. He’s raced world-wide in nine ISDE Enduros, six of which were for The Team USA World Trophy Team, earning five gold medals, one silver, and one bronze. He’s a three time national Hare Scramble champion and the winner of over 20 national events; a multiple District 36 champion, and winner of several GNCC, National Enduro, and OMA races.
  3. 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/
  4. Garrahan Off-Road Training

    Video Riding Tip: Wheeling Over Obstacles

    This is episode 7 of my video off-road training series where I cover the basic techniques used to wheelie over trail obstacles such as logs. Give it a watch and hit me up in the comments section below if you have any questions. Thanks for watching. Brian Garrahan Garrahan Off-Road Training
  5. TT'ers, if you'd like to improve your riding skills, listen to those that ride like you want to! In this case, Brian Garrahan, a pro rider with plenty of wins over the last 20 years. Brian has a blog right here on ThumperTalk where he posts video riding tips monthly. He's published two as of the date of this post, one on Braking Position and the other on Rutted Corners. His blog can be found @ https://thumpertalk.com/blogs/blog/15-garrahan-off-road-training/ If you are a registered TT member, tap the "follow" link to be notified of when Brian posts new training videos. Enjoy! About Brian Garrahan GOT founder, Brian Garrahan, has been riding since childhood and racing as a professional at the highest levels of the sport for over 20 years. He’s raced world-wide in nine ISDE Enduros, six of which were for The Team USA World Trophy Team, earning five gold medals, one silver, and one bronze. He’s a three time national Hare Scramble champion and the winner of over 20 national events; a multiple District 36 champion, and winner of several GNCC, National Enduro, and OMA races.
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