Since winning my first Enduro championship in Denmark in 2007, I’ve felt inspired to help other riders break bad habits and into new levels. Many riders simply lack some basic understanding of how to train and how to make every outing on the bike count. I’ve over the years developed my own approach to coaching and I’ve learned to quickly address what people do right and wrong.
Since my first Motocross Riding School in Denmark to my latest in Venezuela, 15 years has gone by and I’ve probably coached more than 500 riders of all colours, shapes, sizes and levels. Being a good coach is to me a matter of mastering not only some proper riding skills yourself, but more importantly, being a good observer, listener and advisor. The best coach is not necessarily a former world champion, but it surely helps selling tickets.
Below I’ve listed my 3 most popular training concepts over the years:
If you’re into fully personalised coaching then this is for you. I recommend 2 riders as observing another rider of similar level can be very beneficial.
This is the most popular model. Groups of 10-20 people enter and in doing so, bring the participation fee down and the fun-factor is usually through the roof!
This is the realest deal I can offer. Everybody knows that having a consistent expert help you reach your goals is the most efficient route to take.
If you’re interested in finding a date and/or place for one of the above mentioned coaching options, don’t hesitate to contact me on the form below or via one of my social media channels.