3 April 2014 / Broxy Camps, Broxy Coaching

FMX Camp With Nick Franklin and Broxy

Ever wanted to learn how to do Freestyle? Thinking you want to give it a go? Join NZ champ and X fighter rider Nick Franklin and Broxy for a 2-day camp at Nick’s freestyle compound.

Riders will be taken through the basics and build up to using the foampit and ramps with ease.

The 2-day camp will include:

  • Basic technique training
  • Track riding to test skills
  • Learning how to hit a ramp with different sized gaps
  • Controlling the bike in the air
  • Learning how to do different tricks
  • Foampit practice
  • Advanced freestyle training for advanced riders

Date: 13th – 14th Novevmber
Location: Nick Franklin’s place, Tokoroa

Criteria for riders:
Confident at riding Have an interest in doing FMX

Limited to the first 20 riders

Cost: $700 which includes facility fees ($300), food, accommodation and GST

To make an inquiry or to book a spot, click here

Thank you to our sponsors Backflips Clothing NZ and Red Bull.

One comment so far

  1. Brett Kimberley,

    Hi there Broxy, I just found out that you do FMX training.I missed out on your January dates, but wouldnt have been able to make it anyway as I had to be at work. I am a keen student of the sport, I have my own ramp and and have recently got it back to 65 ft. However the lander is too small for that gap.. and its a bit dodgy!
    I am keen to progress, I can do a few basic moves, heel clickers, seat grabs,etc.But I feel I need to try riding with someone who can help me take it up a level or 2.
    Do you think there is a chance I could come for a lesson some time? I live in Auckland so I could come any time that would suit you.. And pay generously for your help..
    I had a lesson from you on the MX track a couple of years ago, and my riding improved instantly! So I know you the are man to help.
    Look forward to hearing from you, thanks Brett.. ph 0274 108 553.

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