8 reviews for Dirt Wise with Shane Watts – Motox – World Enduro Instructional Skills DVD
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D Morgan –
Well … it’s no secret that Shane is a hell of a rider but the video seems to feel that maybe the public could use more reminders. While there is a lot of good tips in there the majority of the conversation is about Shane Watts (Watsy!). It’s kind of confusing at times as to the nature of the DVD – Shane Watts for president or Shane Watts teaches you Enduro tips.
But … all of that aside … when you get to the tips they are concrete. Shane is a great rider and the DVD does try to pass along some good notes on his particular strategies and practices. A lot in there but also some good points left out.
The DVD production is a bit amateurish, but I can live with that.
Not completely disappointed with it but would only recommend with a warning on the self promotion aspect.
I’m tolerant with someone tooting their horn for a few minutes — but not for half the video. There are some skills to learn between sponsor moments and the yak yak yak about Shane — but no switch-back riding skill which I was most hoping to improve. This video is worth something less than half the price. The best and surprising feature about the video is the quality of the production — it isn’t like amateur video riding found on YouTube.
thiugh I like hearing about Shane*s wins the presentation was putting me to slip. I was expecting to see more riding and less talking – less boring interviews.
C. Man –
There are some good tips but not enough detail for me personally. Also, as others mentioned, it’s a Wattsy/KTM advert/promo, which I don’t mind, but it overpowers the learning portion. I believe that a better “how to” video is out there, somewhere.
worth to watch and re-watch
video editing is poor – looks like high school kid was playing with video effects, but the content is superb, skim over the talking about personalities and watch the riding and comments on riding – you will enjoy it 5+
Looking for help as a beginning rider! Go ride with experienced friend willing to help teach. Shane Watts is a great rider and you get to hear all about!
A bit salesy and egocentric, but if you can get by that, I enjoyed his riding tips. I’m a novice woods rider just looking for tips on how to handle the woods more efficiently. Not sure if this DVD would help a woods racer. For $25 it’s worth the look.
Jeff Gall –
too much yip yap and not enough actual instructions. i’ve heard the other DVD’s in the series are better, maybe i should have bought volume 1 instead.