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From our huge collection of free training vids at http://crosstrainingenduro.com Struggling with hill climbs? Here are the basic hill climbing techniques for enduro bikes and dirt bikes. This enduro skills video uses cross training: trials techniques applied to enduro riding on your dirt bike, as recommended by top and extreme enduro riders like Graham Jarvis, Jonny Walker and Taddy Blasuziak who are all former trials champions. Cross Training Enduro Skills Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cross.training.enduro.skills/ Cross Training Enduro Skills Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJAvmhgP0h1AEKY8vTEJPJg Remember we also have other Youtube channels: Adventure Oz Youtube channel:https://www.youtube.com/user/secretgardenproject Trials training Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ6Lrqmphte_EJv-vjzj5gg As mentioned in Body positioning, hill climbs will need you standing on the footpegs with your body to the front of the bike! Keep your throttle and clutch control smooth. Spinning the rear wheel up may look impressive but will not provide maximum traction. Trials riding may not appear to share much with dirt riding - much of the action happens at walking speed - but the balance, precise, traction and clutch skills help with enduro riding, especially for hill climbs. The growing interest in extreme enduro led to an upsurge in trials riding riding internationally, and many dirt riders are now joining trials clubs to improve their overall technique for basic dirt riding and hill climbs. Maintain momentum, the main thing behind successful hill climbing. A note on extreme hill climbs - if you watch the extreme enduros you will see that eventually some climbs get so steep that even the top riders will deliberately sit down well to the rear of the bike. As Graham Jarvis says "Going fast is the easy bit, it’s going slowly that will help you develop control." The best extreme enduro riders like Jarvis are so smooth when climbing hills you don't realise how difficult the terrain is until you see them flying past the less experienced riders on hill climbs.