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🎥 How-To: Standing Position

8 months ago

Your standing position is one of the most vital parts to your off-road or motocross riding. If you get your standing position right everything you do from there will happen with more ease and you will save a lot of energy. Motodevelopment’s Shane Booth and Chris Urquhart are pleased to bring you this how-to motocross riding tip on standing position. After watching this video you will see how relaxed you should look in the standing position and how well your bike stays balanced. From the central standing position, it’s very easy to move around on the bike and to get the bike to do exactly what you want it to do.


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