Can’t Bunny Hop? Manual Deficient? Ryan Leech Wants to Help

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Just. Like. That.
Just. Like. That.

It’s an embarrassment.  Despite nearly thirty years in the saddle I, [name redacted], can’t do a proper bunny hop.  Or manual, for that matter (and my wheelies are short-lived efforts that never find the magical balance point).  Maybe it’s time for professional help.

Ride Happily Ever After
Ride Happily Ever After

Chief Enthusiast Officer of the Ryan Leech Connection, Ryan Leech is one of the world’s best-known trials riders.  A dedicated yoga practitioner and instructor, Leech is also a certified Integral Master Coach who has built a business delivering mountain biking skill instruction online.  His latest offering, scheduled for release in July, is “Learn to Bunny Hop & Manual.”

Blowdowns =/= Slowdowns
Blowdowns =/= Slowdowns

Interested riders can subscribe to Leech’s mailing list for discounted earlybird pricing when the video is released.  The Bunny Hop & Manual course joins existing offerings, which include a 30-day, 30-video Wheelie Challenge, Yoga for Cyclists, and Baseline Balance Skills.  Access is available on a course (varies) or ongoing subscription ($19/£13 per month) basis.  We hear that it’s never too late to learn.

More at ryanleech.com.

Comments (2)

  1. Just curious, Did Ryan pay for this promotion of his online course?

  2. Nope! No more than Fox paid us to write about the Transfer dropper post. Just thought it was interesting and something that people might be interested in.

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