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Re: [RC] Diagonals - Beth Walker

I will keep it in mind. I checked the web site, and all of her clinics for this year are in northern California, Oregon and Wyoming, which would mean travel/lodging expenses as well as the clinic fee.

She has clinics that range from an unmounted one-day (was in January, no more this year) to a 5-day at a cost of $2000. Were you talking about the one-day, or one of the other clinics?

On Apr 18, 2007, at 5:47 AM, Truman Prevatt wrote:

I highly recommend a Donna Snyder Smith clinic. She teaches a method - you get the feel working on little trampolines - that is really effective on downhills.


Beth Walker wrote:
Thanks -- that was nice and clear!

On Apr 17, 2007, at 6:23 PM, Aaron Turnage wrote:

Beth -
The simple answer to your question is that people were saying you should be down when the uphill foot is down when riding on a slope. Since the downhill foot is bearing the most force while riding at a slant, posting on the opposite front fore will help to aleviate some of that additional bearing force from the rider.
~ Crysta


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[RC] Diagonals, Aaron Turnage
Re: [RC] Diagonals, Beth Walker
Re: [RC] Diagonals, Truman Prevatt