6 July 2017

Passing Tips

Getting held up by a slower rider can be one of the most frustrating things about racing. For the rider it can completely ruin your flow; for the pit crew it is probably worse as they see it all happening...

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6 July 2017

Mud Riding

There are few things that could be consdiered further from boring than the semi-controlled chaos of mud riding. And unlike the carnage involved in getting kids ready for school where you are just glad it is over, the very process...

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6 July 2017

Hill Climbing Tips

After a night of rain and fresh snow on the hills beyond, the mountains of Queenstown once again transformed into the exact conditions we needed to practice. Slippery, snotty climbs were our breakfast, lunch and dinner, exactly what Georgia and Seb had...

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6 July 2017

Using Your Nerves for Racing

Sitting on the start line for your first race of the day is always the worst. Nerves from that fear of the first turn combined with a strong desire to do well can literally make people throw up. To help...

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6 July 2017

Berms

Anyone who rides dirt bikes much at all will tell you how much they enjoy a good berm. By that we mean dirt that has been pushed up into a wall, and it gets even better if the turn is...

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6 July 2017

Spending Wisely

Lets face it, riding dirtbikes is both dangerous and expensive. Which is why it pays to prioritize the money we spend on our machines, safety gear, and knowledge. Knowing what it is like to race on a bare minimum budget,...

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