I know I pop up on Jedi threads quite a bit, but there is a reason, he is good, & more importantly he is a good bloke, nice to hear you feel the same.
All the best to Tony, keep on doing what yo do best feller.
Tony/Jedi is a lovely guy and I had a great days coaching with him. It was easily the best value for money spend on the bike and I walked away not only feeling like I had actually progressed with my riding bit also having thoroughly enjoyed myself.
Love it! A few of us had a session with Tony, great day, money well spent. Always makes me smile thinking about it. Whenever I ride now I hear Tony’s voice “head up”
I’m planning to go back in the spring, I need to get more jumping done.
Funny that when i’ve been to Tony’s i’m always a bit “conscious” of my riding, and find i am a bit tense, and perhaps also clumsy when trying new stuff. But then a few weeks later, things click without me realising it. The other day i bunny hopped a fairly sizable ditch across the swoopy bit of single track i was riding without even really thinking about it. Amazing, considering i can’t actually bunny hop………
(One day, i’ll manage to do all the stuff i would like to at Herts 😉