Keep your speed and maintain your flow

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What we cover

  • Bike park cornersCarry your speed with confidence
  • Flat cornersFind grip where you thought there wasn't any
  • Braking pointsSlow in, fast out, use your brakes to ride faster
  • Grip pointsPump into the corners for maximum grip and control
  • Line choiceRide the line that suits your style
  • SwitchbacksKeep your flow round those impossible tight turns
  • FlowBring everything together to unlock the sacred flow

Details & Book

  • Group Size: 6
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Location: Pedalabikeaway, Forest of Dean cycle centre
  • Cost: £60

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Fed up of loosing speed round those flat awkward turns?

Do you loose your nerve when the conditions changes, unsure where to brake, where to find grip?

We have you covered in this 3 hour cornering workshop. We break down all the techniques to help you understand exactly how to tackle everything from bike park berms to those tight techy switchbacks. No more having to pedal to regain your speed, no more wasted energy as you constantly chase your riding friends back up, you will be riding corners with more confidence than you thought possible by the end of this course.

Every corner is different to another so knowing how to tackle each corner before you get to it is the secret to really starting to add that consistent speed and flow to your riding. We cover everything from braking points, line choice, grip points, approach, exit, off-camber, switchbacks, speed, steep, technical turns. No matter what the conditions, what the trail, you will leave this course knowing exactly how to ride any corner with complete confidence.

Skill level: To get the most out of this course we advice if you are booking on to this course you should feel confident to ride red graded trails or to have completed our Trail Progression course.