This film is one of the best I’ve seen since Vaea Verbeeck’s Horizon for being able to follow an elite level riders posture & technique. It can sound strange, but one of the big things that separates elite level riders from the rest is how exceptional they are at doing the basics right.
In this film you get prolonged shots that allow you to study Andrew Neethling’s back posture, angles of his arms, position of his hips, angles of his legs, the way he absorbs impacts, his movement around the bike etc as he descends, corners, jumps, pedals…..it’s endless mirror neurone fodder.
For anyone wanting to develop their riding, this is a must watch film.
If you’re going to take the time to practice, practice like the elite.