You will learn other elements like
- Brief review of basic techniques such as basic position, balance, braking techniques appropriate to the situation, etc.
- Lifting front wheel / rear wheel… the right exercises for rough terrain
- Jumping technique (Bunnyhop)
- Use of terrain shapes, such as small waves and ledges for terrain jumps
- Applied and advanced curve techniques
- Dynamic rear wheel offset (offset turns), implementation and practice in the terrain
- Dropping techniques
- Techniques for smooth riding on challenging trails and single trails
- Video analysis for the best possible understanding
Much more fun on the single trail and challenging alpine terrain.
You are an experienced trail biker and want to refine your bike technique on a higher level. You have already participated in riding technique courses and have acquired the necessary basic techniques.
Cross-country to enduro bike (min. 120mm travel front and rear)
- Tire: mountain bike with studded tires in good condition
- Saddle: The bike should ideally have a lowerable seatpost, but at least a quick release. So you can lower the saddle completely at any time.
- Handlebar: Recommended width (>740mm)
- Pedals: Flat pedals are best for the technical exercises in the terrain
- Bike shoes: suitable shoes for use on flat pedals (flat, soft rubber sole).
Bikes can be rented from us on request.
- Helmet and long finger gloves are mandatory
- Bike clothing suitable for the weather
- Glasses are recommended
- Optional: protectors for shin, knee and elbow
- A backpack with spare clothes, rain gear, drink, small snack, sunscreen, personal medication is recommended.
- Important spare parts for your bike.
E-MTBs are excluded in the "Bike Basic Technique", "Trail Technique Basic" and "Trail Technique Advanced" courses! For this we offer a special E-MTB course.