So the year is shortly coming to an end, but before it does I'd like to go through a few questions I often get asked by some of my clients... At what point in mountain biking do we ask ourselves when do we need advice concerning our riding? Should we feel embarrassed asking for advice? My answer to these questions is absolutely not! I see professional clients as well as the young beginner, I'm able to put you in the right discipline of mountain biking that your looking for wether it be the new up and coming and getting more and more popular enduro riding or the mental challenge of a XC race I have always delivered the magic that riders have asked for, you could say it's like giving them an overdose of mojo they may have been lacking before.
Ok, so I'd like to start with the ever growing more popular enduro style that I see more of my clients asking about, I've never been as excited with mountain biking since the new enduro style came along, basically covering a wide range of mountain biking skills from climbing challenging hills to descending extremely technical descents! This style of mountain biking is the main one I get asked about as to how riders can improve, it's a mindset and to get it right takes a positive approach, starting with visual exercises after passing my level one course which concentrates on a confidence key element. One thing I always ensure my clients do before taking my level one course is to wear the correct and appropriate clothing and protection, especially the correct helmet which I highly recommend the new met parachute
Excellent full protective helmet which covers the entire head and yet such lightness near to the weight of a professions level xc helmet, a perfect helmet for the dedicated enduro rider, maybe not as nice looking as the old version but still a more than competent performer.
Ok, as its new years eve and I have a meeting in approximately 1 hour I'm going to have to leave you all but I promise you and all my regulars I'll continue this hopefully next week, until then enjoy your night and happy New year, and remember always wear protection.