How to Shift a Dirt Bike in Mid-Air – 3 Simple Tips!!

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Shifting your dirt bike in the air is an essential skill to improving your overall riding ability! Enjoy learning an important shifting skill with these 3 tips:

1) Why shift in the air?
2) When to shift in the air?
3) The Proper Technique

Let us know in the comments below which tips worked best for you!!

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Motorcycle riding is inherently dangerous. This video was filmed on a closed course with a professional rider with years of riding and teaching experience. The Mx Factory and all related personnel are not to be held responsible for any injury resulting from attempting these techniques.
The bottom line is wear safety gear, take it slow, have fun, and consult a riding coach when necessary.
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  1. How would you integrate this into a brake tap scenerio? Both at the same time, brake then shift? Or would you be less likely to use or aggressively use a brake tap when shifting down mid-air?

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