Back to the basics of jumping, learn the techniques to focus on, break bad habits, & jump more in control than you ever have before.
The what, why and how of:
Body position for jumps
Commitment / driving the bike
Controlling the bike's flight path
Controlling your body's flight path
Timing and variations
Learn how to stay in control over tabletop jumps, as a building block to going bigger. Focus on body position, technique, reading different jumps and the timing and coordination needed to tackle jumps of different shapes/sizes and at different speeds.
You must have completed our "A Solid Base" clinic and be happy with applying the techniques taught there.
You will get the most out of this session if you are able to let off the brakes around berms, can lift the bike into the air when riding on flat ground and are comfortable riding through tabletop jumps regardless of getting airtime. We will work through each of these skills for any skill level.
You MUST have attended the A Solid Base clinic before taking part in this clinic. 1xx courses do not have a prerequisite. All others can only be attended after completing '102 A Solid Base'.
You MUST be present from the start of the clinic. If you miss our safety talk we are not able to have you join the group. This is for everyone's well-being, and is a requirement enforced on us that we can’t make exceptions for. We suggest arriving at least 15 minutes early to ensure you and your bike are prepared and ready to go on time.
3xx clinics are considered more advanced than the 2xx clinics because they add the idea of “correct timing”, however that does not mean these clinics are only for “advanced” riders.
You will need to provide your own bike.
This course is targeted at adults, but we allow children to come along if they are accompanied by a ticket-holding parent and find this works well.
Requires 3 attendees for the event to run, or the event will be rescheduled.