Mastering the Arts of Trial

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Mountain Bike Video: Mastering The Art Of Trials

 

DESCRIPTION

 

I perform hundreds of Mountain Bike Trials Shows every year, and after each show I get people asking me how to do a bunnyhop, or how to hop on the rear wheel, etc. It became clear that I needed to produce a video that answered all these questions. I wanted to share all the hidden secrets behind the art of trials, and prove to riders around the world that becoming a trials rider isn't as difficult as it may look!
Not only that, but I wanted these skills to be accessible to the average mountain biker whose trail riding could benefit huge from learning a few of these techniques.

Mastering the Art of Trials is a compilation of 38 skills that are demonstrated and described in a clear and concise format.
The purpose of this video is to help make your learning curve as efficient and complete as possible. With this video, and a bit of practice, you'll be on your way to Mastering the Art of Trials.

 

 

USER REVIEW

 

Makes it look so easy!                Satwant

Wow - Ryan Leech is bloody talented. But he is also very good at teaching. The quality of this instructional DVD is brilliant. The best tutorial out there.

 

Mastering The Art Of Trials       Twan

I perform hundreds of Mountain Bike Trials Shows every year, and after each show I get people asking me how to do a bunnyhop, or how to hop on the rear wheel, etc. It became clear that I needed to produce a video that answered

 

Simply amazing!                            Fransisco

The production is so well done, it is easy to follow and so informative it will make a difference for all viewers!

 

Great                                             Nicholas

Alot of info, helped alot in learning the basics and starting a good foundation.

 

Great breakdown                          Chris

Info is given in a logical and natural progression. Great video!

 

Good and hard!                             Michael

Learning is allways hard!

 

Mastering the art of trials           Rafael

xzelent!!!

 

Mastering The Art Of Trials       Shaum

Not knowing much about trials before getting this. I learned a lot about the basics. I was looking for something that would help teach me the basics of doing some urban based tricks. This helped. It starts with trackstands hopping and rocking. The basics one needs to do most things. Then goes into various other things. Either way it helps with your overall handling of the bike (i.e. Balance, dealing with drops, etc) I really liked how on the different moves they showed you it from many angles. seeing the left and right side at one time I felt was cery beneficial. Check out the demo. It was well worth the purchase of the DVD

 

Awsome Movie                             Mike

This is an amazing video for anyone looking to improve their trials style riding, teaching you the ropes.

 

Amazing balance and agility        Corecy

This video is great for beginners and advanced alike. It's nice to hear and see exactly how to master trial riding.

 

Useful and well produced Jason

If you like trials but don't have a bunch of experts to hang around and learn from, this video is a must. It shows the basics through expert moves. You can watch the video straight through or go to specific skill level sets or specifiic moves using your DVD controls. Nicely produced.

 

AWESOME!                                 Yoshiyuku

This is the best trials movie I've ever watched!

 

Excellent instructional dvd           Seage

Im not a trials rider but ive always wondered how to do some of those unbelievable moves. Looking forward to practicing and taking these skills out onto the trails!

 

 

DAFTAR ISI :

 

01:29           Forward Foot 

04:24           Hoping

08:14           Rolling Balance

09:44           Straight Endo

10:36           Side Drop

11:45           Endo Side Drop

13:11           Rear Wheel Hops

15:32           Punch to Raise Front

16:31           Pedal Punches

18:01           Punch Off

19:06           Zap Tap

20:50           Wheelie Drop