Sand Riding Masterclass
Sand can be your biggest nemesis or you dearest friend. Can you imagine looking forward to a good blast instead of dreading it?
You can watch all the You Tube videos on the subject, but what you really need is to get out there and do it. Preferably with a qualified coach who understands sand.
Many riders on a variety of machines have done our sand classes, and we've seen dramatic improvement with all of them.
Hill Climbing Special
This is a favourite of ours. To begin with riders are apprehensive but stopping and turning around on a steep hill is so liberating. It gives you the confidence to tackle bigger and bigger climbs - knowing that you're doing it safely.
Then there's descending, under control and with confidence. Give it a go - you'll love it.
Log Hopping Clinic
Like everything we teach, there's a safe and progressive way to learn how to ride your bike over logs.
There are an endless number of scenarios we could list with an endless number of skills to match. Lets just get out there and get started. We really believe that technique will get you through better than determination and brute force.
This one is obviously seasonal, but you'd be surprised how long the season is. From November through to mid year we can find (and get stuck in) some mud.
It's pretty easy to get stuck for hours on end, but in many cases it's possible to use a bit of technique and get yourself out without too much hassle.
There are a number of methods, and all of them will get you dirty.
One on one
When the going gets tough, get your brain into gear.
"Making fast riding easy"
After spending time with Tim, I was sliding in and driving out of corners faster than I thought was possible. Making fast riding easy was the key to enjoying and progressing in enduro events.
— Reuben Gwilliam
"Helping others makes him tick"
After being around Tim from a young age it was clear to see that helping others is what makes him tick. It wasn't until he dragged me out to the race track that his incredible knowledge of how to safely push a motorcycle to its limit was made clear. He got me from dead last to well in the hunt for some competitive finishes.
— Lachie O'Brien
I've been racing with Tim for a little while now, a group of us share a pit and race together at Hidden Valley. Tim certainly has a way with words in explaining advice and discussing riding. I'd be happy for Tim to teach anyone I know and will happily recommend him to friends.
— Matt Godwin