I wanted to improve my technique in the whoops section. I always find myself slowing down and getting tossed all over the place. So yea i need some helpful tips on the whoops section.
keep the balls of your feet on the pegs, that lets you bend your ankles to soak up some of the rebound and what not, dont always stay back on the bike thats a mistake alot of ppl make because if your back and get bucked real hard you cant move back to push the rear end down stay standing up and when the rear kicks up move back always gripping with your knees, stay in 2nd until you get in the grove of doing this then go to 3rd. good luck out there dudeI wanted to improve my technique in the whoops section. I always find myself slowing down and getting tossed all over the place. So yea i need some helpful tips on the whoops section.
Doesnt matter if you ride MX, or Desert, or trails. Getting your suspension set up for you and the type of riding you do is very important. You may even need to respring your bike too. But dont worry about that untill you mess with your compression and rebound settings first.That's the FIRST thing that should be done when you get a new bike, especially if you ride MX.
CorrectIsn't it set your sag first? That will let you know if you need to respring. Then start messing with the clickers after that.
You should be able to change the fork oil yourself, it's not to hard to do. Just make sure you put the same amount in each fork.Thanks for the tips. I think i just gotta give a little more gas. I already got my suspension set up, although i could use some fresh oil in the forks.