Superb Afternoon coaching Jane

March 22nd, 2012 by

  Beautiful afternoon to be teaching mountain bike skills. The trails were dry and quiet and the birds were tweeting. Jane had picked a perfect time to have a day off. Jane’s first sport is sailing closely followed by ski-ing. But as a lover of the great outdoors she also enjoys doing a bit of cycling and wanted to learn some

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basic mountain biking skills so she can ride off road confidently and in control. We began the session with a quick briefing about SwinleyForest followed by talking about the bike set up and completing a safety check before setting off. Using a gradual incline we firstly covered how to change gears smoothly whilst using an efficient pedalling technique for going up hills. At the top of the hill it was time to explain the ideal body position to adopt when riding off road. Jane picked this up really quickly which was great as this meant we could move on to cornering technique. Before reaching our introductory

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corners we went through how to use your brakes safely and confidently. We then started moving our weight around the bike to introduce where our body position should be to gain the best traction from our tyres. With Jane having skied before she had no trouble understanding where she needed to shift her weight to get round the corners and I could see her confidence growing which was fantastic. Having nailed the basics to cornering we moved onto Stickler 3 to work on linking some

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corners together. Jane was smoothly changing her body position and using her footwork well so I then chose a tighter bermed corner to challenge her “looking” technique. Jane was slightly apprehensive at first as this corner does have a trail feature (a big tree) on the inside of the corner that can put you off your flow. However, after a few attempts and using the building blocks already learnt earlier she was happily getting round. To complete cornering for the day it was off to the “four corners” with its tricky rooty entrance. With a few tips on how to tackle roots Jane tackled them confidently and did a few smooth runs round the corners. Descending was the next thing Jane wanted to cover so we headed to a medium sized hill. Few teaching points and Jane rode down with great control. We then went to a bit of singletrack that had a small roll in to demonstrate moving your body position when you find the trail drops away. Time was unfortunately running out so it was time to head back. As Jane was growing in confidence and eager to give anything a go I gave her two choices; either up a fire road climb or attempt a technical singletrack climb that has most people getting off there bikes just looking at it. Jane chose the latter which was brilliant and really showed her grit and determination to try something new. She made two gallant efforts but today wasn’t going to be the day to conquer it…….although with a bit more practice I am sure it won’t be long until she will be at the top! It was a fabulous afternoon and lovely to meet you. Hope to see you out on the trails when you’re not sailing 😀