# 1 Most important riding tip.

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11/26/2018 12:42 PM

This is a short video of the two hour motocross and off-road riding tips seminar I did at the Triumph/Yamaha of Warren, Ohio dealership. This video covers the most important thing you should know about riding your dirt bike! One of my Pro racers, Michael Hand was on hand, ha, to help me out. We covered riding techniques, practice strategies, fitness training, nutrition and the mental side of training and racing. We even had Rocket Rob Buydos do the introductions. 47 riders attended.

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[b]"BECOME A BETTER, SAFER RIDER"





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11/26/2018 4:01 PM

The main one is to have fun!

Paw Paw

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11/26/2018 4:56 PM

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11/26/2018 5:00 PM

A good flexibility of the ankles is important.

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11/28/2018 3:36 AM

Attack Position!!!!!

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11/28/2018 4:54 AM
Edited Date/Time: 11/28/2018 5:35 AM

Dont forget your helmet..... its easier to do than you think ?.

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11/28/2018 7:41 AM

Personally I prefer one foot on the peg and one knee on the seat at all times.

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11/28/2018 7:49 AM

Wish we had some training or classes like this in our area!

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11/28/2018 8:01 AM
Edited Date/Time: 11/28/2018 8:02 AM

Body position and squeezing the bike with your legs. All the rest comes after that.

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"Who cares about what other people think"

11/28/2018 12:05 PM

Remove the stop from your thumb throttle

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11/28/2018 12:37 PM

Paw Paw 271 wrote:

The main one is to have fun!

Paw Paw

Absolutely! Well stated, Sir.

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11/28/2018 6:52 PM

wfo4ever #1 riding tip: How to go faster? Shift.

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11/28/2018 7:49 PM

Gary Bailey said the most important thing is to look as far ahead on the track as you can instead of directly in front of you.

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THERE IS NO SECOND MOTO IN LIFE!

11/29/2018 2:27 AM

Something that helped me was just a shift in mind set. I started to control the bike, rather than have the bike control me. When I started riding it felt like I was checking to see what the bike would allow me to do, but when I started approaching riding differently I was telling the bike what I wanted it to do. It seems minor but it really helped my confidence, which then allowed me to push my limits and go faster.

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