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Loose Corners
When cornering, lean your bike in the direction you want to go. To do this, straighten your inside arm while keeping your body upright. This way, you’ll remain in balance above the bike but the inside edge of your tyres will be forced into the ground
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Hold The High Line
Hit the brakes early so that the bike isn’t sliding when it’s on the high line. We’d advise over-braking instead of hitting the line with full speed. Your aim should be to accelerate through the line, not slow down once you’re on it. One of the most
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Rail Turns
Cornering is all about ‘VPD’ – vision, position and direction. Your vision allows you to set your position on the trail, which decides your direction. From entry to exit, rolling into any type of turn at any speed requires you to keep your head up an