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Old 05-18-2012, 03:02 AM
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Does anyone know who this video from Jarvis or Blazuziak? interested in this technology Hard Enduro, and not, for example, "enduro with Nathan Woods"
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not exactly sure what you are after, but guessing you are looking for videos for training for hard enduro?

If so the only one i have found is by Shane Watts, but also more geared towards enduro.

But i did a training day with Chris Birch and think that the key is all the same. You need to do drills at slow speed to train your body and muscle memory to do the correct movements and Shane Watts has similar drills to what we did with Chris. Things like full lock turns and 0.1km/h. I am now cociously trying to remove some bad habits and install the correct body position and balance

I have only found one torrent for Shane Watts and that was on thepiratebay.org (search for dirtwise with shane watts) - he also has quite a few youtube videos for training

For serious hard enduro you may need to move to trials, that is where taddy, jarvis, lampkin all excelled before moving over to bikes with seats
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Ryan youngs videos, 'basic trials' and 'advanced trials' contain everything you will ever encounter on an extreme enduro.
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guys! you would know what ass I live)
what lessons with Chris Birch?! when I was a chain, sprocets and grips have in England to buy by mail)
I think this is the right direction - Mototrial
bought this movie - "Learning trial"
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Another vote for "Shane Watts - Dirtwise". There are a few volumes which cover both basic and advanced techniques. Its got typical Wattsy humor all the way through as an added bonus.

Basic pricipal with all of them is that you start by learning fundamentals. Bike control and body language at low speeds in a controlled environment. As the skill base expands and confidence grows the pace will follow and the skills cross over from controlled open environment to tighter more technical areas.
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some good ones by Darryl Curtis - while he is not the best technicaly or as graceful as Jarvis he gets the job done!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Qoob6AVlV0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-VyC6i9VVg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEMKp5Mrts4
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I like that. You could really destroy a motorcycle and break a foot or two before perfecting it though. Also not for the vertically challenged!
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very nice vids on this channel
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I would like to see that video as well if it exists.

Of course, I could makea brilliant extreme enduro video for you. Featuring "how to throw your bike off a cliff, bruise your butt and scrape skin from the same." Also, "how to run out of gas."
A special feature on muscle cramping and closeups of facial expressions.

My bonus feature will be on how to win only one special test in an event and drop 20 minutes of route points during the same section.

Double bonus: An interactive guessing game; "what is that he is saying" while demonstrating the fine art of changing a tire with a Bib Mousse on the clock.
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http://youtu.be/oKkhFgAwmZY

Loads from the offroad fanatic. Some one out there has put some of them together too, leaving all the fluff out.

The later ones are the best, done by a very good rider.
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