Jonny Walker became a coach for the day, well weekend actually, when he took part in the Enduro Legends Off-Road Training School.

As part of the first training school hosted by Enduro Legends, Walker joined the legend himself Paul Edmondson and Julian Stevens to dish out some top riding tips.

Braving the wild weather in Cumbria, Walker quite literally got into the thick of the action to show his lucky students how to tackle all manner and mean of enduro obstacles.

“It was pretty cool to get the opportunity to do something like this,” said Walker. “It was my first time being ‘the teacher’. I just tried to give my insight into how to ride certain obstacles.”

“It’s good to see a school like this in the UK. They really look after the guys doing it. Good fun, good food and great advice from someone like Paul and Julian.”

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One of the main men behind the Enduro Legends Off-Road Training Schools is Julian Stevens. 

“The school came about because we wanted to offer high quality training to enduro riders,” told Stevens. “Paul and myself are involved in enduro all of our lives. Between us we can give riders of all abilities the right knowledge and information when it comes to riding technique, bike setup and general enduro.”

“But it’s important to offer riders an experience too with good riding, changing facilities and meals. They’ll even receive certificates on completion of the course. Having Jonny attend was great and we hope to have him back and other top riders on future dates.”

Enduro Legends cover everything from rider training to bike setup for individual, private and open groups. Their next UK school will be on February 13/14 2016 with five-day Spanish Boot Camps planned for February and March.

For more details visit www.endurolegends.com

 

Photos: Enduro Legends, Morson Photography