Hello,I am a professional Mountain bike rider who wishes he was a farmer.
- 2004: 4X National Champion 1st
- 2008: 4X World Cup Rd 7, Schladming 2nd
- 2008: 4X World Cup Rd 2, Andorra 1st
- 2012: Maxi Avalanche, Andorra 1st
- 2012: Superenduro Pro 6, Finale Ligure 1st
- 2012: Asia Pacific Challenge 1st
- 2013: Mountain of Hell 3rd
- 2013: Megavalanche 3rd
Winning the 4X World Cup in 2008
Enduro has a lot of different elements that a rider has to train himself for. It can be hard to manage being as fit as a Cross country rider while keeping your skill level as high as the top Downhill riders.
Enduro is so gnarly. The goal is always to pull together 6 or 7 perfect runs – to get as close to that at every stage of every race is what motivates me – it’s what I aspire to.
I work really closely with our team coach Alan Milway, the most important thing in an athlete’s progression is that collaborative relationship with his coach.
The nerves always hit me the night before –it’s the thought of all the unknown challenges that a new race will bring. Once race day dawns and I’m into the actual event, I’m fine.
My dad – he’s invested so much time in all three of us.
More Enduro! Plus loads of work of young and emerging riders.
Brief theory & safety covering the sea / river, weather & local sites
Stance and Balance
Paddle strokes & techniques
Board control & steering
Paddle and board stability
Once you have learnt the SUP basics you can progress onto the river tours or wave surfing lesson:
Course Duration: 2 hours
Our zero to hero course takes you from a complete beginner to a confident kitesurfer able to continue the sport independently. The first 3 days cover a similar syllabus to the 1, 2 and 3 day kitesurfing courses (above) with the following 2 days moving on to advanced equipment tuning, detailed theory, board control in various conditions & freestyle techniques including basic jumps.
Course duration: 30 hours total
All included + post course handout pack.