Great cornering equals great flow. Whether it be high speed corners on a flow trail or tight switchbacks in the woods, good cornering skills take time to develop, we’re here to make it as simple as possible.
You might have heard that you should drop your outside foot and apply pressure to it while cornering.
In this video, we will demonstrate the differences between equally weighted feet to one foot down and explain why balance is usually better!
If you've reviewed both high speed and low speed cornering, you should already know the difference between steering and leaning the bike. Here's a quick overview on how speed will make us move from one technique to the other.
High-speed corners can be more challenging the faster you try to commit to them. Understanding how fast you can get into a corner, when and how much brakes should be applied and if you can actually commit on time - are all important factors for successful cornering.
Keeping momentum through cornering is one of those things that separates efficient riders from those who simply work too hard and waste energy.
Use the slow in-fast out approach to making sure you gaining momentum out of corners instead of losing it, here’s how.
Check out this step by step instruction on how to practice nose manual turns.
Nose manual turns require a lot of practice, before starting you should be comfortable:
1. Front brake modulation.
2. Basic rear wheel lifts.
Mastering the nose manual turns is cool, but more than that - you will be ab...