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  1. I think Adam has it spot on here and can only really echo his comments. Don't get me wrong I would be happy to be half Fabio's ability however if I was being really picky I did notice a few lines that lacked precision that the likes of Ali would have insisted on re-doing. It's obviously the style of film they went for but personally I'm not a massive fan of the heavily staged lines. That said, I can see how it could appeal to the wider public which is only going to help promote the sport. Regardless its still a great video, really enjoyed it!! Props to Fabio!!
  2. I’ve had a similar experience recently... I wanted to get started on within trials, bought myself an Onza SKA and it felt completely alien to me. Because of my MTB background I ended up getting a HEX and absolutely love it!! Just a thought but perhaps you would feel more at home on a more street oriented bike with a less extreme geo..?
  3. Hey Jack, I would be up for riding in Bristol, unfortunately I’m very much still very much a beginner at the moment. My latest video will give a good idea of my lack of skill :
  4. I know this is an old post but I’m in Melksham, Wiltshire if any of you are still about....
  5. Here is the latest video from me. I’ve been asked by a few to make my videos a bit more “vlogy” so this one might not be to everyone’s taste. Never tried it before but found out that I’m not really a fan of talking on camera so not sure if I’ll keep this type of video going, will have to wait and see. As always hint and tips and comments on my riding very welcome.
  6. Hi All, I came across this forum by chance, thought I should make a quick introduction.... I'm still very much a newbie to trials coming from a DH MTB background. A long shot but: Are there any other beginners in the area (Melksham, Wiltshire) It would be great to meet up with others, I've always found that doing so can really push your riding on.
  7. It’s a difficult one to quantify in that way really. As there are lots of factors to consider. I could go out for an hour really pushing my limits and make a real effort try new things. Equally I could go out for two hours and just go through the motions doing the same old stuff over and over with little focus. In my opinion the first session would have a far greater benefit than the second. Im just starting out on my journey into trails and have started to make videos to track progress and keep me motivated to improve. Feel free to take a look here if you’re interested...