Here comes the release of the long-awaited training DVD from Keith Code, A Twist of the Wrist II. Filmed in Hi-Def and utilizing visual effects and sophisticated film making techniques, the 109-minute film brings Code's best selling book vividly to life in a clear and dynamic way, covering multiple aspects of the technical points he discovered. The film follows the journey of two new riders, from canyon roads to track, as they encounter their own limitations and uncertainties in their riding and then learn to overcome them with the correct techniques that apply in each scenario. They gain confidence and control, start to have fun and improve. Once a rider gets the idea there is a technology then and only then can he conquer his fears and uncertainties on cornering and at that point improvement is virtually unlimited. The film delivers precision techniques for barriers to cornering such as rider input, fundamentals on steering, visual skills, braking, body position, throttle control and more. All the techniques are thoroughly explored using multiple camera angles, onboard shots and CG animation in over 1400 shots. It was painstaking, precision work that paid off, this film shows riding technique in ways that have never been done before.
Opened my eyes to all the things I didn't know I was doing wrong.Published 2 months ago by Scott Sinclair
Too many pointers and factors get convoluted occasionally, then again, precision cornering is a complex thing... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Frankk