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A Revolutionary Approach & Simplified Concept
To Learning The Fundamental Skills Needed For Enduro Riding.

Over years of teaching thousands of riders, I've found the vast majority – “99%” – don't have their fundamental skills mastered.

How Can I Teach Complicated Skills If The Basics Aren’t Dialed?

Distilling down the complicated techniques into basic practices is how we start the strengthening of our foundation. Enduro Essentials will help you master these three pillars - 

BALANCE
BODY POSITION
Power Delivery and Collection

These three pillars are everything you do on a motorcycle. 
I mean EVERYTHING! 

We’ve developed specific practices that build and connect each pillar, giving you the base skills to conquer anything!

The 3 Pillars of Riding A Motorcycle

01

BALANCE

One of the most underrated skills on a motorcycle. Balance is key in every situation and mastering a balanced approach will guarantee a higher level of success.

02

BODY POSITION
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Understanding a maximization of body position creates a much higher level of control. All we ever do on a motorcycle is counteractions. These movements are preemptive at first then become instinct through repetitions. Efficient movement is everything when riding, yet it is one of the most common mistakes I see when teaching. Through specific body position techniques we learn a maximization of efficiency.

03

Power Delivery and Collection
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The best riders in the world aren't the ones who can twist the throttle the most or the longest. The best riders are the ones who can deliver and collect their power the quickest. That transition from maximum to minimum is all important in technical terrain. The speed at which these riders can make the transition from maximum to minimum throttle, or deliver and collect their power, are the one with the best results. Because most riders don’t understand this, I teach through basic drills and understandings of throttle and clutch control, as well as proper braking techniques and form. We learn a maximization of power delivery and collection. 

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WHY THE PILLARS MATTER

Fundamental control is everything when riding. Understanding complete control of the machine should first be established on flat ground. After all, if you can’t completely control your machine in a flat open space, how can you expect to control the machine when it matters? 

THE 3 PILLARS OF RIDING MOTORCYCLES

No matter the situation everything done on a motorcycle can be broken down into 3 fundamental pillars. “Balance,” “Body Position,” and “Power Delivery and Collection.”  One, two, or all three of these pillars are applied in everything you do or have a goal of doing on a motorcycle. I’ve developed specific drills for your development of each of the 3 pillars. Working these drills creates a strong fundamental base to then build on as you progress as a rider. 

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WHERE TO BEGIN

Starting with Balance. Simply put, a huge percentage of mistakes can be tied to balance, or lack thereof. It's very hard to efficiently approach any obstacle if we’re out of balance. Doesn't matter if that obstacle is a corner, a jump, a hill or a boulder. If  you're out of balance, success is going to be nearly impossible. Although it is obvious how important balance is, rarely do riders have it dialed. We’ve designed drills to create the most balanced rider we can. 

Now as mentioned earlier, just like a real foundation, all these pillars are connected. The more you improve your balance the better you get at body position. Because you’ve improved your balance it's easier for you to remain in a centered position making it easier for you to move in the appropriate direction when needed. If you're out of balance it's hard to do anything other than correct your balance. 

The connection between each pillar is the same in any direction. The better you get at body position the better you’ll be at balance. You’ve learned the drills in body position to increase the efficiency in which you move on the machine to counteract making those countactions in balance easier. This can be said when connecting any of the three pillars. Another example of this connection is through power delivery and collection. The more efficient and controlled you are with throttle and clutch,  “Power Delivery and Collection.” the easier your ability to maintain balance will be. We use the slight delivery of power to assist in maintaining balance.   

Building each of these three pillars comes down to the consistent progression of your skills.
 
The stronger the foundation becomes the more you can build on top of it.

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