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Graham Jarvis explaining and demonstrating you 5 crucial techniques for Hard Enduro! In this video Graham Jarvis shows some wheelies, no engine moves, double clutch technique, tap turn and more... And you will see how to made (or not) trainees and therefore we preferred to cut off quite a bit. This is the reason of some missing focus and some video issues. Hopefully you will enjoy and catch some trick from this video! Leave your comments and please don't forget to subscribe! 👊 GRAHAM JARVIS Youtube: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 🔥 SUBSCRIBE to Enduro Channel: 🤍 🔥 SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
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Today The IRC Tire Guy Breaks down Three intermediate skills to take your riding to the next level! Three Beginner Techniques 🤍 Three Advanced Techniques 🤍 Static Front Wheel Hop 🤍 Loading the Flywheel 🤍 Switch Back Pivot Turn 🤍
Dieter Rudolf is an Extreme Enduro rider who has great success in enduro racing . He finished 4 times most extreme enduro race in world at name Redbull Erzberg Rodeo in Austria. Dieter also riders and tests new dirtbikes from KTM, Husqvarna and GasGas. His skills on an enduro bikes are very amazing so please check him and support his talent. Instagram: 🤍 STORE: 🤍 By purchasing apparel from our Store you are directly helping this channel. Social Media: Facebook : 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Second Channel: 🤍 Business contact : the_dirtbike_rider🤍hotmail.com Music provided by Monstercat: Karma Fields feat. Talib Kweli - Greatness 🤍 🤍
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Today the IRC Tire Guy shows the Top 15 Hard Enduro Tricks and Techniques that make you a better rider!! If practiced these will improve your all around riding!! Technique Breakdowns Static Balance 🤍 Front end hop 🤍 Slow Wheelie 🤍 Pivot Turn 🤍 Double blip 🤍 Switch back 🤍 Loading the Flywheel Technique 🤍
The first thing I would suggest to a new enduro rider is to look for new enduro friends, to be able to ride with them. Because enduro is a very dangerous sport and injuries can easily occur, in total I do not suggest enduro riding alone in forest. Of course I also sometimes go into the forest alone, but then I try not to take risks because if something happens to me or if the bike breaks down then I have a big problem. How to explain to someone exactly where I am, and they need a lot of time to get to me. There are a lot of things that can go wrong, so it’s always better to have friends while riding in forest. Video Footage: 0:00 INTRO 0:50 LOOK FOR ENDURO RIDERS 2:50 INSPECT DIRTBIKE 4:05 USE PROTECTION GEAR 6:10 FIND MOTIVATION 8:30 OUTRO Another great advantage when you go for a ride with an already enduro rider who has been riding for years. You have a lot to learn from him, first of all we can start by getting to know the trails in the forest, where you can ride, where there are dangerous sections, the forest is full of secrets. Sometimes for years you ride along a beautiful trail and you don't know it's close, and you just need someone to show you the entrance to that trail. With friends, your knowledge of the forest will progress faster and you will learn a lot more terrain in less time. As a beginner you do not have much knowledge of riding techniques. With your friends you can learn how to control the bike in slippery sections of the forest and much more. They can also give you a lot of advice on how to ride, because sometimes with less aggression on the gas you can climb an obstacle easier. A lot of the useful tips you can get from them, like which tires to use for your terrain, on how much pressure you need fill your tires. You really need a lot of advice when you are a beginner. You don’t need to be ashamed of it, because we’ve all been through it and we always go through it. Man learns while he is alive, you need keep that in mind. One big thing I don’t like about enduro riders, a lot of them don’t use protection for their body. Mostly the excuses are we ride slowly and carefully and we don’t need that. The others complain that their protection bothers them while riding and that it interferes with them, it makes them cringe too much, it is too big and so on. These are all stupid excuses that will come to problems later, it's only a matter of time. I know many people who have had a knee injury due to enduro riding. Most of the falls occurred at low speeds but they managed to injure the knee by twisting the knee during the fall. Enduro is a great sport if you need to rest your brain from life's problems, most of you want to progress to be a better rider and with that you are fulfilled. This is a good topic because how to be motivated and stay motivated for enduro. Often people after an injury or if they can't overcome an obstacle they get angry and want to leave this wonderful sport. I’ll give you a couple of tips on how I’ve stayed this long in this enduro riding. There is something to be learned from every mistake, training is the key to success. After one enduro race I realized that I do not know how to ride and before that I was convinced that I am a very good rider and ready for racing. After seeing the results I realized I needed to work on my skills. By the way if you want to do the same on my channel there are many videos on how to perfect your enduro technique to a higher level. I also raced the biggest enduro race in the world under the name ErzbergRodeo in Austria. After this race I saw my places where i can improve my skills and started working to improve them. I started to train more balance riding and starting to climb uphills without any speed. With this I want to tell you that in order to stay interested and motivated for enduro riding you must always have some challenges. If you succeed in the challenge you need to set a new one, and so you progress in every sense. Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 MERCH: 🤍 Social Media: Facebook : 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Second Channel: 🤍 Business contact : the_dirtbike_rider🤍hotmail.com -◀ IMPORTANT ▶ - There is no copyright infringement intended for this video,all authors can be found here below. If it creates issues with the video please contact me through email or my Instagram account and I will remove it immediately!
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Today the IRC Tire Guy Breaks down his top three techniques that every beginner, single track, and hard enduro rider should learn!
🤍 🤍 Eight enduro riding tips for the everyday dirt rider. What happens when an average rider decides to become a better rider? Three years ago, Coxy made this decision. Since then he has been to various enduro coaching classes. Into enduro riding? See all our dirt bike videos for dirt riding tips. He started to enter the bronze class of hard enduro events. Coxy still rides for fun, so he hasn't gone crazy with training. But he has definitely focused on developing his skills. This was my first ride with him in three years, so I'm keen to see what we can learn from his progress. Our channel now had hundreds of dirt bike videos covering reviews, and dirt riding techniques. Search our channel for dirt riding gear too. Our dirt riding tips also include wider topics such as the best dirt riding boots. Many riders just enjoy the fun side of riding, and aren't interested in becoming better riders which is fine. But I remember watching Coxy on our Canadian trip three years ago. Every morning there was coaching. Every afternoon there was a social ride. The funny thing was almost everyone forgot their morning lessons and were still riding with bad technique in the afternoon. Not Coxy. He was completely focused on applying the coaching throughout the ride. And I could see him rapidly improving throughout the week. Coaching is the easy part. Applying it until it becomes an engrained habit takes a long time and dedication. Want to learn to ride fast? First learn to ride slow. Many of us think that big handfuls of throttle, roosting and sliding out of corners will make us faster. But the best long term strategy is ride slowly with good technique, then bring in the speed later. Coxy has taken this to heart. Body position. If you sit all the time you are just a dead lump of meat slowing the bike down. But once you stand and move your body around it's a dynamic part of speeding things up. Watch Coxy on this climb. Standing then sitting. Moving from side to side. Constantly moving to maintain balance on this tricky climb. I am sitting due to my spine fracture and fail as a result. Low revs, higher gear. Inexperienced riders often think noise equals speed. Wrong. Focus on being really smooth by riding in a higher gear and practice slipping the clutch as you come out of corners. Don't bring in the higher revs until you are ready to handle them. You never hear Coxy rev his bike unless he has to. Pick good lines. Focusing on technique and being smooth also gives you time to pick better lines. Using your head instead of your right wrist means you get to choose where the bike goes, instead of uncontrollable wheelspin and just hoping you stay on the track. Carry your corner speed. This naturally flows into carrying your corner speed. Don't accelerate hard and then brake hard initially. Stay smooth and carry as much speed as possible into corners. Brake hard and late. Anyone can twist the throttle and accelerate hard, at least on smooth tracks. What really sets the experienced riders apart is braking hard, braking late AND carrying their corner speed! Most of us will never need to learn this for everyday riding. But you'll need it if you get serious about riding faster. Get coaching. You can learn a fair bit from videos, but coaching really pays off. We can't count the times we have corrected someone's body positioning and they say "But I was doing that!" Without feedback it's surprising how often you think you are doing right, but you are reinforcing bad technique you will need to unlearn later. Exercise. Good technique will conserve energy, but the faster you go the more draining it gets. And as you get tired the risks of crashing go up exponentially. Do your body a favour and exercise regularly, eat well, and look yourself. You will learn faster and safer if you stay within the edges of your comfort zone.One thing is for sure, Coxy has progressed in leaps and bounds. Over the past three years he has definitely overtaken me in many respects due to all these reasons. If you are planning on developing your skills I hope you can learn from his example too. This private property has a lot of steep climbs, lets jump on board with Coxy and see how he goes. This gets seriously steep. Most of us end up looping the bike or laying it down to avoid rolling back downhill. Come on, Coxy. Second try. It's easy to lose your steering with the front light end and just run off the track. If you miss a gear change that's usually the end of your climb. I stuff things up and Coxy flies past me. That's enough from me. Now I will leave you with a few minutes of riding at one of the hard enduros. My brother and I were marshals and we were on our siting lap of the prologue track. So there's nothing extreme here, just great single track through some scenic hills in northern New South Wales. Enjoy! Music: 🤍purple-planet.com #crosstrainingenduro #enduro #tractionerag #dirtbike
It’s about time more Scandinavian riders got in on the current Hard Enduro scene, check out Eddie Karlsson’s video putting his KTM to the test. Karlsson is a former TrialGP rider by the way, if you couldn’t tell from his skills, his hard enduro skills are on top level. Check him on Instagram: 🤍 Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 MERCH: 🤍 Social Media: Facebook : 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Second Channel: 🤍 Business contact : the_dirtbike_rider🤍hotmail.com -◀ IMPORTANT ▶ - There is no copyright infringement intended for this video,all authors can be found here below. If it creates issues with the video please contact me through email or my Instagram account and I will remove it immediately! Owners of this amazing content: 🤍eddiekarlsson42 Music provided by Monstercat: Dokho - Changing 🤍 🤍 Music: Clean and Dance - An Jone
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For most of them Graham Jarvis is the greatest hard enduro rider of them all. Since physical challenge matters a lot, being over 40 and number one at the same time in this sport is nearly impossible for anyone but Graham Jarvis. Watch and enjoy his epic performances throughout 2019 season and some early 2020 season races including, Erzberg Rodeo, Sea to Sky, 24MX Alestrem, Though One and Uncle Hard Enduro. He rides like he will never retire! ✦ 0:10 - 2019 Erzbergrodeo ✦ 2:48 - 2019 Sea to Sky ✦ 5:48 - 2020 Alestrem ✦ 8:15 - 2019 the Tough One ✦ 10:45 - 2019 Uncle Hard Enduro Don't forget Subscribe, Comment and Like. ✦ Subscribe for MORE: 🤍 ✦ Facebook: 🤍 ✦ Instagram: 🤍 ✦ Twitter: 🤍 #hardenduro #grahamjarvis #dirtbike
To improve your Extreme enduro skills, it is not enough to just ride and ride. You need focused training with which you will progress very fast. In this video I have put together my TOP 5 Techniques to Improve Extreme Enduro Skills with which you will improve your balance, agility and feel for the bike which you need in extreme enduro. MERCH STORE: 🤍 If you want to support the channel, you can do so by visiting our merch shop. Join the membership to get access to Special videos: 🤍 Footage: 0:00 Intro 0:20 Clutch Control 2:50 Acceleration 4:00 Balance Clutch 7:05 Slow Riding 9:00 Clutch Uphill 13:00 Outro Social Media: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook : 🤍 Business contact : the_dirtbike_rider🤍hotmail.com
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To improve your enduro skills, it is not enough to just ride. You need focused training with which you will progress very quickly. In this video I have put together 6 enduro trainings with which you will improve your balance, agility and feel for the bike. Drift training is very interesting but also important for you progress, because it simulates difficult conditions in the mud when you lose your back wheel and grip on the ground. It improves your balance, as well as a sense of what's going on with the rear wheel of the dirtbike. There is also the technique of pivot turn in small place, also staring on uphills with no run up. STORE: 🤍 By purchasing apparel from our Store you are directly helping this channel. Social Media: Facebook : 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Second Channel: 🤍
Today The IRC Tire guy breaks down the top ten training mistakes he made while beck ming a professional hard enduro athlete. Better your skills! Zap Technique 🤍 Double blip 🤍 Loading the flywheel 🤍
Graham Jarvis showcases all of his skills and techniques during his Enduro Master Class. Though the clinic itself is a long, epic day, part of the fun is watching Graham Jarvis ride his dirt bike. He's the Hard Enduro GOAT, exhibiting smooth clutch and throttle control in every scenario. His slow wheelies, insane to experience in person! Full Clinic Recap: 🤍 🥋👕 Seat Time Shirts 👕🥋 🤍 Enjoyed this content? Buy Me a Coffee! 🤍 Shop on Amazon? Use this Amazon Affiliate link when shopping to help support Seat Time! 🤍 If we don’t get a chance to see you on the trail, we’ll see you on the internet. Enjoy #GettingSeattime and tag us in your riding adventures! Site: 🤍 Podcast: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 FB Group: 🤍
You will learn a couple most required riding techniques for Hard Enduro from Sherco Factory rider MARIO ROMAN. This video is quite unusual because of the techniques it contains! It's like Hard Enduro school! SUBSCRIBE from here: 🤍 SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
🤍 🤍 Woohoo. There are a few new climbs. We have been advised go for it but don't dig holes in the track! Into enduro riding? See all our dirt bike videos for dirt riding tips. Property owners usually don't like erosion wrecking their slopes. And avoiding wheelspin is always a plus for us. It means working harder to find traction and thinking our way up technical climbs instead of using brute force. Our channel now had hundreds of dirt bike videos covering reviews, and dirt riding techniques. As always, you want maximum weight on that rear wheel to create a big tyre patch. You can see Scott is barely touching the ground with his boot. Too much weight through your leg, you lose a lot of traction. Slipping the clutch is a critical skill. Too many riders just drop the clutch and start digging holes instead of going forward. So don't rush hill climbs. Stop and think your way through. Otherwise you will wear yourself out way too fast. Search our channel for dirt riding gear too. Our dirt riding tips also include wider topics such as the best dirt riding boots. Be ready to drop that bike fast to avoid coasting backwards. See our video about hill climb recovery - how to safely stop and turn around on steep slopes. Scott uses his clutch to hold the bike in place on this hill climb. Check what is in front of your rear wheel. Scott hits an exposed tree root here but wasn't aware of it. There's nothing wrong with getting off to push the bike or lift it onto a better line. The best hard enduro riders do it. You can too. Be ready to throw the bike. Too many riders don't let go of the bars, loop the bike out, and it can cartwheel all the way back down. Don't be afraid to drop your motorbike on a hill climb! See that rock in front of Scott's rear wheel? Impossible to get over (at our skill level). It always pays to check and avoid wasting energy on an impossible maneouver. Scott could possibly dig a trench here and push the bike up. But it will wreck the track fast for others. And property owners often lynch riders who create big erosion problems when it rains. Watch carefully, you can see Scott applying his weight to the bike on the seat and footpegs. This can help get a brief moment of traction on hill climbs that can also bounce you up and out of a hole in the track. Cross Training Youtube channel: 🤍 Cross Training Facebook page: 🤍 Our enduro vlog series: 🤍 Cross Training website: 🤍 Like to support our vids? 🤍 Traction eRag: 🤍 Let us know if we used your music but forgot to credit you. Many thanks to the following artists for their copyright free music in various vids: Music: 🤍 Music: 🤍 Music by Tobu: 🤍 Music: 🤍 Music: 🤍 #crosstrainingenduro #enduro #hardenduro #extremeenduro
🤍 🤍 Tim Coleman provides some of his physical training tips for extreme enduro events. Australian Tim Coleman loves to ride hard enduro events like the Red Bull Sea to Sky on his Sherco dirt bike due to his trials background. And physical training is critical for hard enduro events. Someone has clearly forgotten to tell Tim the Sherco isn't a trials bike. Everything comes back to balance of course, and like any former trials champion Tim refined his sense of balance to ridiculous levels combined with physical training tips. Tim Coleman plans to fly out from Australia and ride hard enduro events like Romaniacs and the Red Bull Sea to Sky because he has applied his trials riding to extreme enduro technique. Feel bad about your crappy riding skills? Feel better with this free magazine made by some of the worst dirt riders in the world - and possibly the known universe. Extreme enduros are essentially a very expensive form of voluntary torture so get into Tim Coleman's physical training tips for hard enduro. You fly around the world to get beaten to a pulp, and pay lots of money to do this. And of course beat your bike up as well. In fact the most important part of training is to leave your wallet on the counter in the motorbike shop and tell the staff to help themselves. Tim Coleman is from Australia and dirt rides hard enduro events like the Red Bull Sea to Sky using his trials skills on his Beta RR300 enduro bike. Australian Tim Coleman loves to ride hard enduro events like the Red Bull Sea to Sky on his Beta RR300 dirt bike due to his trials background. This was the result. For us everyday riders, practising our balance can improve our shitty riding skills to some extent, but remember you should also be working on your mental instability too. Watching these ridiculous videos is probably a good start. I was right at my limit and Tim is just stuffing around at nowhere near his race pace. As I've said before, hanging out with these guys is somehow demoralising and inspiring at the same time! So what's it like to ride with Tim? I can barely keep up with his cruise pace, but I asked him to ride at medium pace but choose really bad lines and deliberately mess up so I could try and keep up with him. In the hard enduro world it's all about balance. A ridiculously good sense of balance is needed to conquer those tough obstacles, but oddly there is also an equal amount of mental instability needed too. Cross Training Youtube channel: 🤍 Cross Training Facebook page: 🤍 Our enduro vlog series: 🤍 Cross Training website: 🤍 Like to support our vids? 🤍 Traction eRag: 🤍 Many thanks to the following artists for their copyright free music in various vids: Music: 🤍 Music: 🤍 Music by Tobu: 🤍 Music: 🤍 Music: 🤍 #crosstrainingenduro #enduro #tractionerag #dirtbike
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Name: William Joshua Bolt (Billy Bolt) Nation: British Date of Birth: 17/08/1997 Height / Weight: 1.9 metre / 96kg Team name: Husqvarna Extreme Team Bike: TE300 Startnumber: 57 Social Media: Facebook : 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Second Channel: 🤍 -◀ IMPORTANT ▶ - There is no copyright infringement intended for this video,all authors can be found here below. If it creates issues with the video please contact me through email or my Instagram account and I will remove it immediately! Owners of this amazing content: 🤍 Music provided by Monstercat: Karma Fields - Skyline (Acoustic) 🤍 🤍 Crankdat - Who I Am 🤍 🤍
We had gotten into World’s greatest Hard Enduro Rider, Graham Jarvis’s office during his Signature Tour launch back in July, 2020 (Jarvis Signature Tours Sea to Sky). He was given a brand-new stock Husqvarna TE250i (2020) with his team’s sticker set on it. We were wondering the way he controls his clutch and what was actually going on with the suspension, than we took a step further and mounted extra action cameras thanks to GoPro. The sequence you are to watch is the last mile of the any Sea to Sky Mountain race and with the fact that he won 6 out of 8 appearances there is no one better than Graham Jarvis to enjoy it. During his perform he is telling the story behind his legendary win over Sea to Sky 2017 and giving generous tips about how one should handle the tough rocky sections. Don't forget Subscribe, Comment and Like. ✦ Subscribe for MORE: 🤍 ✦ Facebook: 🤍 ✦ Instagram: 🤍 ✦ Twitter: 🤍 #hardenduro #grahamjarvis #hillclimb
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This video was produced for a 2020 issue of On The Pegs magazine. Be sure to take a look at 🤍on-the-pegs.com for free trials and enduro news and entertainment! Subscribe for more: 🤍 My trials bike: Sherco ST300 - 🤍shercousa.com Where I get my Trials and Enduro parts: 🤍factoryonemotorsports.com Subscribe for more: 🤍 #mototrials #shercousa #hardenduro
The British Extreme Enduro & Hard Enduro Legend Graham Jarvis made a real good start to the year 2018. He started with winning The Tough One 2018 in January. First time he had a different strategy and swapped bikes throughout the season, for instance he picked 4T Husqy both at The Tough One and at the Hells Gate. He also did have a good start to World Ednuro Super Series (WESS). First P5 in Extreme XL Lagares and than a stunning Victory in Erzberg Rodeo. It didn't go as preferred after than but he fought hard on the ground. He did miss the victory in Spanish Hard Enduro event Hixpania because of an unfortunate time penalty and then he showed up at German Extreme Enduro biennial Getzen Rodeo. He was the winner of last three and was there to defend his title but it turned out to be the other way and lost the title to Manuel Lettenbicher. He did't show up at Sea to Sky, one of his favorite races of all, due to the tight schedule of WESS and British Extreme Enduro Championship. We wish the best of luck to the Champ in 2019. ✦ 24MX Alestrem Hard Enduro Race: 2nd ✦ The Tough One Hard Enduro Race: 1st ✦ Hell's Gate Hard Enduro Race: 2nd ✦ Extreme XL Lagares Extreme Enduro Race: 5th ✦ Erzberg Rodeo Extreme Enduro Race: 1st ✦ Trefle Lozerien Classic Enduro: 44th ✦ Romaniacs Hard Enduro Rallye: DNF ✦ Hixpania Hard Enduro Race: 2nd ✦ Getzen Rodeo Extreme Enduro Race: 5th Don't forget Subscribe, Comment and Like !!! ✦ Subscribe for MORE: 🤍 ✦ Facebook: 🤍 ✦ Instagram: 🤍 #jarvisstyle #hardenduro #extremeenduro
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Today the IRC Tire Guy Breaks Down the importance of focusing on the distance between you and the obstacle you intend on hitting in your training! Double Blip Breakdowns 🤍 🤍 Loading The Flywheel Breakdown 🤍 Front Tire Stuff Breakdown 🤍
You also want to improve your enduro skills ?, then this video is great for you. We all know that you need a good feel for the clutch in hard enduro, you can learn how to improve it in the video. Footage: 0:00 INTRO 0:25 CHECK COMMANDS 1:20 CLUTCH POP UP 3:00 BALANCE WITH CLUTCH 4:40 CIRCLES WITH CLUTCH 6:00 UPHILL CLUTCH FADING 10:20 OUTRO MERCH STORE: 🤍 If you want to support the channel, you can do so by visiting our merch shop. Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 Social Media: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook : 🤍 Business contact : the_dirtbike_rider🤍hotmail.com Music provided by Immortal - NEFFEX
🤍 Thanks to Barry Morris from the Youtube channel Cross Training Enduro Skills for permission to use his video footage, he retains copyright on this footage. He stayed on my farm for a few days while we did plenty of filming and riding it was a great to get his input on some new video techniques. Covering alot of techniques on the bike from Slow Wheelies, Hill climbs, Logs, Creeks and many other advanced techniques. Here is a taste of some of the hard enduro lines i was doing on my property. Videos on how to become a better and safer hard enduro rider will be out soon, covering basics to advanced techniques. Tim Coleman is a sage in the world of trials and enduro, boasting an impressive 15+ years of experience. And he doesn't stop at that. He still actively participates in trials competitions and enduro races around the world and constantly refines his art of two wheeling in the most gnarly and technical terrains one can possibly ride in. He also coaches students around the world and does motorcycle stunt shows! Trials gave Tim Coleman a chance to discover and conquer a much wider range of obstacles and more gnarly terrain that his birthplace was flourishing with. Being able to hone his trials skills by leveraging all this natural goodness, the young athlete soon started to win one trials event after another. Tc Trickz Trials Entertainment is an exciting motorcycle stunt show performed by Tim Coleman and his talented friends on dirt bikes and trials bikes. With over 20 years of competitions all over the globe, its now time to showcase Tim Coleman's skills on his Beta RR300 to the public. Other Tim Coleman vids: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Trials riders like Tim Coleman can entertain themselves for hours with just one or two obstacles, practising existing techniques or learning new ones that they can then transfer to the dirt bike. It's these skills that make top extreme enduro riders such a formidable force when the terrain gets tough. Tim has spent the past few years adapting his trials skills to enduro, which has led to stunt riding in movies, international coaching and his own stunt shows in Australia.
Billy Bolt has it all to be the G.O.A.T. hard enduro rider and we are witnessing some superhuman moments while watching him. He started to his hard enduro career at Erzbergrodeo 2016 (P5) as a teenager and only after a couple races he signed to Husqvarna Factory in 2017. Throughout these years he won a lot of races and titles including World Enduro Super Series, FIM Super Enduro, British Extreme and FIM World Hard Enduro titles. His domination and riding technique getting even more perfect every other race and we thought to edit a compilation of his racing moments from different races and different years. 00:00 - Intro 00:25 - British Extreme Enduro 2020 01:04 - RedBull Romaniacs 2021 03:52 - Erzbergrodeo 2019 07:50 - Hixpania 2019 10:41 - GetzenRodeo 2021 12:44 - the Tough One 2021 ✦ Subscribe for MORE: 🤍 ✦ Facebook: 🤍 ✦ Instagram: 🤍 ✦ Twitter: 🤍 #hardenduro #billybolt #extremeenduro
In today’s video we talk about adjusting the dirtbike for your self, setting the handelbar at correct angle, changing the seat cover and adjusting the foot pegs for extreme enduro. You will be a better rider if your dirtbike is setup right for you. Sometimes it is necessary to test to find the right handlebar position that suits you best. MERCH STORE: 🤍 If you want to support the channel, you can do so by visiting our merch shop. Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 Footage: 0:00 Intro 1:10 Handlebar 2:05 Attack Angle 2:45 Seat 3:55 Foot Pegs 7:00 Riding 7:35 Comands 9:50 Riding 10:20 Body Postion 11:25 Outro Social Media: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook : 🤍 Business contact : the_dirtbike_rider🤍hotmail.com
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This video is for entertainment purposes only. Thanks Manuel Lettenbichler for sharing this amazing content with us. About Mani: Hi, my name is Manuel Lettenbichler. My discipline is Enduro. My friends call me Mani. I was born on 30 April 1998 . My special talent is Mountain biking, skiing, trials riding. My philosophy of life is Give your best in your life. The most important person in my life is My father. My favourite food is Homemade. My favourite music is Rock and pop. Is Manuel Lettenbichler the future of Hard Enduro? It’s fair to say Manuel Lettenbichler grew up riding a bike, getting his hands on his first trials bike at the age of five. He won three junior trials titles before taking a change of direction. His father, Andreas ‘Letti’ Lettenbichler, introduced him to Enduro riding and Manuel caught the bug. On his first appearance at the Red Bull Hare Scramble in Erzberg in 2014 he became, at the age of 16, the youngest rider to ever finish the race. Now Manuel has joined the big leagues and enjoys success all over the world on the Hard Enduro circuit. In 2016, he registered victories in Poland, Germany, Spain, Brazil and the Czech Republic, cementing his place as one of the sport’s greatest young riders in the process. Social Media: Facebook : 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Second Channel: 🤍
Many riders think that it is important to only train and ride as much they can, but it is not true. You need to make it easier for yourself to control the enduro bike so i made this video how to set your bike for extreme enduro. I think I have enough knowledge and experience to teach other riders about these things. If you feel that the dirtbike is unstable, try moving the handlebar back. A very good and neutral position is to adjust the handlebar with your front forks. This can be affected by the model of the handlebar, so keep that in mind. MERCH STORE: 🤍 If you want to support the channel, you can do so by visiting our merch shop. Many trainers will say that you need hold the handlebar very tight, but I don't suggest that because this is enduro and not motocross.You must feel comfortable in all positions. You have to use your palm to hold you on the handlebar and your fingers to hold on as long as you need. Watch the video to learn all tricks and tips from me. Join the membership to get access to Special videos: 🤍 Social Media: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook : 🤍 Business contact : the_dirtbike_rider🤍hotmail.com Footage: 0:00 Intro 0:54 Handlebar Setup 4:00 Levers Setup 5:57 Suspension Setup 7:50 Lowering the Bike 8:45 SAG Setup 13:53 Outro My suggestion is that you have a SAG on about 10-12cm. It depends on the dirtbike, because it is not the same on the dirtbike with PDS and on the bike with LINKAGE, and the linkage has a lot of influence on the feeling and operation of the rear shock. When there is muddy track, you need a smaller SAG ,also if you do a lot of uphill climbing. For extreme enduro, many riders use even 12cm SAG. Because they get extra grip on the rear tire, but you have to keep in mind that while you are gaining an advantage somewhere you are also losing somewhere, make compromises!