Testimonials: Some Happy Riders Tales

I had an awesome session, I feel a lot more confident now than I did before the session. Adam's a great teacher. Cheers

Amanda

June 2015

The lesson this morning with Adam MacBeth was a class act, he has given me plenty think on and train. I will be booking for the next instalment in about a month. Cheers

Darrin 

May 2015 

Hello Will, I was thinking about you today and thought I would drop you a line. This is a thank you note and it might come across as silly however, yesterday night as I commuted home in the dark, rain and wind, I found myself downhill between the river/gutter and a truck and suddenly there was a substantial branch in the road in front of me. And so I popped over it, on my road bike. I felt a sense of gratitude that you taught me that skill, of popping the front and then the back wheel. Sometimes skills are easier to do when there is no time to think it over. Similarly in the dark recently I found myself on a path that turned into stairs and so rode down them. Previously I might have stopped/been run over by truck but this is better I think. 

Dave

April 2015

About 8 months ago, Will Levy (mtnbike.com.au) contacted me via the Trailflix website, asking if we could meet for coffee to brainstorm a MTB tour opportunity he was exploring and was seeking feedback for. Will’s idea was to take a mini-bus of Sydney riders & their bikes to Canberra for the weekend, ride 3 or 4 trails, feed them up, provide accommodation and transport them all over the place & back. So 8 months later, the tour business was ready to launch & Andy Hrelja and I climbed aboard Will’s first trip on Queens Birthday weekend to see how the concept turned out in reality. Good business ideas are often simple on first hearing but to be successful you really need to invest a heck of a lot of thought and effort to get it right. The fairy tale of a business idea born and then rolled out in a week only happens in the movies or on so-called ‘reality’ shows…

 

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