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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2012 7:51 pm 
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This link was posted in another thread as a side note to another topic . Participants in that thread suggested it get posted in the " Useful Links " section .

These are really good DVD's for Dual Sport riding . Even the best of riders I know of have acquired these videos and truly have enjoyed them . There is alot of great stuff in them that breaks down technique in an understandable method of teaching .

There are many techniques we all either are already useing and or will use by simple trial and error . This can ecplain it all to us in clear easy to grasp ways that all of us can and will use on our arsenal of riding techniques .

Here is the link to the website .
http://dualsportriding.com/index.php?id=724

Here is the trailer vid for their level one DVD . I've owned them and loved them .


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2012 10:20 pm 
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Great link! Thanks


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 10, 2012 4:49 pm 
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I have the DVD (first one) also and highly recommend it.

I got it for my wife so she could learn dirt riding techniques from it instead of getting irritated at me. :s_biggrin
We have watched it many times and I was amazed to see how much I learned from experience that I would not have thought to teach her.
We plan to take a laptop and the DVD with us when we go riding so we can watch one segment and then practice that.
Watch the next part and practice that.

I think just about everyone, no matter how experienced, will appreciate how well thought out the instruction lessons are.
And maybe, just possibly, learn a technique that they didn't know before.
I may just have to order the advanced DVD now...

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 10, 2012 4:51 pm 
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Great advise for sure. :good:


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 10, 2012 5:18 pm 
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EGGZELLENT plan Jaglite . I did that myself . When I first got the vids I had mountain property at the time with about every scenerio on the DVD's right there at the house to work on . I felt like I could ride fine . But once I got out there on the property and put their step by step methods in my brain and consciously thought it out , I was amazed at how much I was doing right , but at the wrong time . lol


Lot's of good tidbits of info out there . When we find them it great to share them . I hate hospitals and especially hate funerals . I don't do funerals well at all . I suffer terrible everytime I go to one no matter the cause .

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I have the DVD (first one) also and highly recommend it.

I got it for my wife so she could learn dirt riding techniques from it instead of getting irritated at me. :s_biggrin
We have watched it many times and I was amazed to see how much I learned from experience that I would not have thought to teach her.
We plan to take a laptop and the DVD with us when we go riding so we can watch one segment and then practice that.
Watch the next part and practice that.

I think just about everyone, no matter how experienced, will appreciate how well thought out the instruction lessons are.
And maybe, just possibly, learn a technique that they didn't know before.
I may just have to order the advanced DVD now...

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2013 1:29 pm 
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thank you for posting this.... as newbie still learning the street, i'm anxiously waiting to hit the dirt this fall. my intentions are to be self-taught, so this dvd will be must-see tv


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