Over the past six years, I've had numerous clients who have requested notes so they could recall the valuable details of my lessons. While the intention of this project was primarily for those clients, I know of few riders who couldn't benefit from these videos. Now for a $100 one time fee, you can access a video curriculum of all three of my popular one-day clinics. Please include your email address in PayPal when you pay; then I will send you the private links to all 22 videos. The videos here are only previews, so that you can get an idea of whether or not you want to invest. Developing the content shared in these videos cost me thousands more than the $100 I'm charging.
Information on paying with PayPal, even if you don't have a PayPal account:
I use the PayPal system for credit card payments. However, you don't have to have a PayPal account to take advantage of this system. Just use the "Add to cart" button on this page, and then PayPal with give you the option to use a "Checkout" button. Directly under that button are the words "Pay without a PayPal account." Use that button if you don't have a PayPal account.
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Preview, Crashing from Lon Cullen on Vimeo.
Preview, Braking from Lon Cullen on Vimeo.
Preview, Shifting from Lon Cullen on Vimeo.
Preview Technical Climbing from Lon Cullen on Vimeo.
Preview Terrain Awareness from Lon Cullen on Vimeo.
Preview Cornering Part 1 from Lon Cullen on Vimeo.
Preview, Trackstand from Lon Cullen on Vimeo.
Preview Pedal Drop from Lon Cullen on Vimeo.
Preview, Trail Manual from Lon Cullen on Vimeo.
Preview Bunny Hop & Bump Jump from Lon Cullen on Vimeo.
In the demo in the link below, the rider is using the "Level Lift;" many riders Level Lift when they are trying to Bunny Hop, but a Level Lift should only be used in a circumstance like the one found in this video and just a couple others. Otherwise, the rider is in danger of crashing.
Preview Wheelies from Lon Cullen on Vimeo.
In this last preview, which drop technique is better? Careful; it's a trick question!