5 Ways to Practice like a Trials Rider.
Join 27-year professional rider, Ryan Leech, in an exploration of how all mountain bike riders can learn from and practice like trials riders.
Wednesday September 29th, 5PM PT
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Learn The MTB Skills You've Always Wanted.
The RLC platform has over 600 video tutorials, broken down into thoughtful progressions that will help you master each skill.
Here's an overview of the different skills we teach:
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Meet Head Coach - Ryan Leech.
A MTB Legend.
Although he would never call himself that, Ryan is a legend.
During his 24-year pro riding career, Ryan Leech performed thousands of stunt shows around the world, including Cirque du Soleil, IMBA World Summit and Crankworx.
Ryan has appeared in dozens of MTB films, including The Collective and the Kranked series and is credited with progressing the sport of trials into a new era.
Ryan has been coaching mountain bikers for the past 24 years and is an avid explorer of human potential, a yoga instructor and Integral Master Coach™.
Online MTB Coaching Gets Results.
Why Is It So Powerful?
Learning online fosters long term practice which is essential to mastering new skills. Instead of trying to learn something in a workshop or with a friend over the weekend, dedicate multiple weeks to honing your new skill.
How does online MTB coaching work?
Step 1: Watch the detailed lesson.
Step 2: Practice prescribed drills & complete objectives.
Step 3: Progress to the next lesson!
Get unlimited coach feedback along the way.
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We've helped thousands of riders make meaningful progress in their skills.
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