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  • Premier Icon tthew
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    There’s a bloke on here who goes by the user name Jedi. Never see a bad word posted about his courses. Hartfordshire way I think. Sure someone will be along in a mo with some personal recommendation for him.

    Premier Icon fadda
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    Yep – ukbikeskills.co.UK.

    Personal experience – transformed my riding in 5 hours of Tony ( the “jedi” mentioned above) assessing how I ride, then gently taking away the bad bits. You learn a ridiculous amount, without even realising it.

    Well worth the 4 or so hours each way for me.

    Karl33to
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    Ed Oxley from Great Rock is a fair bit closer to your neck of the woods, and is also very well recommended from what I’ve heard.

    Jamie
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    Surely Ed Ox would be better….and by better I mean location wise.

    http://www.great-rock.co.uk/courses/

    banks
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    Yorkshire, gotta be ed Oxley. Gandalf but without a white horse.

    otherhalf
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    Its hubby’s 40th birthday soon. He has asked for a mountain bike skills course. He does lots of biking and would assume he is at least intermediate if not advanced. We live in Yorkshire. Any advice on good companies & location? Just a day or weekend? Thanks for your thoughts.

    Premier Icon Esme
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    Yes, mine got a day with Ed Oxley a couple of years ago.

    covertbaz
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    http://www.prorideguides.com

    Best £80 I ever spent, can’t recommend Alex enough

    Premier Icon SimonR
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    Another vote for Ed Oxley – did his Alpine prep course last year – great day out and tidied up a lot of my bad biking habits.

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    philbert31
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    Totally agree with covertbaz, If Yorkshire based then definitely have a look at ProRide Guides, they teach at Stainburn and Hamsterly, they coach anyone from beginners to Racers as well as being Pro Enduro racers themselves!

    Premier Icon mcnultycop
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    Ed is superb, and he’s in Yorkshire. Lovely bloke as well as a great teacher.

    I’ve got a second day with Stu at forestfreeride in a couple of weeks. Good coach in a good location for riding.

    Another vote for Ed Oxley. Top bloke and good teacher.

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