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Old 11-02-2012, 05:38 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Sassicaia View Post
I cant recommend highly enough taking a lesson right off the bat. That way you dont have to unlearn bad habits you are almost guaranteed to get on your own. If you can afford it spring for a private lesson. Check out your local resort because some of them offer deals on private lessons at certain times. The other option is to book a group lesson mid day mid week and be one of if not the only one in the class.

Take a lesson. You will never look back and wish you didnt.
Agree, with one caveat: As long as you get a decent instructor.

Above statement is certainly true if you get wolfie, etc. Not so much if you have some of the instructors I had early in my riding career - and I still see plenty of similar types around the mountains these days (well, not in the areas that I ride, but you get the drift).
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