Day 1 (Saturday)of two is primarily focused non educating the riders on the most important fundamentals. A-C skill levels welcome. We will work drills designed to develop an
Day 1 (Saturday)of two is primarily focused non educating the riders on the most important fundamentals. A-C skill levels welcome. We will work drills designed to develop an understanding of the motorcycle and increase rider connectivity.
Day 2 (Sunday) is focused mainly on the application of the fundamentals into real ride scenarios. If we have already worked together, then you can get away with Sunday only, but Saturday is the big day in terms of rider development.
Both days- $325
Contact to reserve a spot on the reservation list. $50 deposit is required.
Sick of being the last to the water stops and more tired than you should be? Or maybe you feel a little sketchy on the bike?The primary goal of Max Off-Road coaching is to give the riders the tools needed to safely progress their riding throughout the rest of their riding journey.
Max Off-Road likes to focus on the “how” and “why” we do certain techniques instead of just telling you what to do, so that riders truly understand the concepts and can apply them naturally into their riding. Most riders don’t have a solid set of fundamental building blocks to act as a foundation for their rider safety and progression which limits them from enjoying riding/racing to the absolute fullest. Here is what I would like to work on with my Flagstaff crew…
1) Body positioning– Proper form on the motorcycle not only keeps our back, knees, and body safer, but also opens up room for skill and ability on the motorcycle. Body positioning is a key fundamental building block that makes up our riding foundation.
2) Control management– Clutch, throttle, and brake control goes beyond stopping and starting. The controls can be used as valuable tools to aid in balance and other technical riding scenarios. With an understanding of how we can use them, we can slowly begin to transform into the precise and dialed rider we always wanted to be.
3) Vision– Perhaps the most important tool of them all, vision. I will dive into the “how” and “why” so riders can begin developing proper use of vision into their riding. Once vision fundamentals are understood, one’s riding begins to transform.Level up your riding and become the rider you desire to be. These clinics can offer lifelong guidance for your two wheeled journey.
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