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Old 07-19-21, 08:42 PM
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k2blt
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My advice would be to set up some cones on a grass surface. Practice leaning the bike into the turn, use your hips to help steer (think skiing), and keep your eyes up (always looking at the next turn/feature.) As you get more comfortable, increase speed and decrease distance before taking it to dirt and the trails.
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