Tips on riding dirt bikes
Tips for riding dirt bikes
This is our soon-to-be world famous Riding Tips page. We'll post useful stuff on here to improve your general riding skills, wheelies, jumps, cornering, etc. Because we're only new, for now we've just got a couple of videos for you to watch, but in the future there'll be lots of words to read as well.

As always, these tips are provided just for your information and if you try anything out, you do so at your own risk. Start small and get bigger with practise. Have fun, and if there's something you'd like to learn that we haven't covered, drop us an email at and we'll see what we can do.
Jumping a dirt bike can be awesome fun, and apart from a long, slow wheelie, is the coolest looking stunt to impress our friends with. Doing it right is sure to get you fame, riches and chicks. Doing it wrong ends up with a busted bike and a trip to the local emergency room... Here's a couple of videos to help you improve your technique and try and keep you out of plaster.
Long, slow wheelies are guaranteed to make you the king of your riding mates. Everyone wants to do them, and everyone is in awe of the guys who can. Here's a couple of videos on how to go about learning to master the art. (A good tip is to video your attempts and send them to us, we'll post the best and funniest)
No, I didn't make a stuff-up with the title - whoops, whoop-ti-dos, stutters, whatever you want to call them, they're found all over the place. A staple obstacle in MX and Supercross, you're equally likely to find them in the middle of a bush track. Here's a video that might help you get through these nasty buggers a bit faster.
We've all heard the old expression "If at first you don't succeed, try again." Well here's a good video of a group of guys putting it into practise, although there comes a point when you just have to accept failure and give up...

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