<object width="425" height="350"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/zYou96EM3uc"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/zYou96EM3uc" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="425" height="350"></embed></object> www.dualsportriding.com (requires latest flash to view trailer) Dualsporting takes us to some out of the way places. Getting there requires both a spirit of exploration, and also some skill riding the motorcycle. Most folks here can handle the former- it's been my pleasure to help a few people with the latter through my clinics. About a year ago, I realized that demand for the clinics was outpacing my ability to supply them, so I set about making a DVD to bridge the gap. Similar to the clinics, the DVD focuses on isolating fundamental skills, practicing them one by one in a controlled drill, and then integrating everything together on the trail. To assist with the learning process, we have included a .pdf file on the DVD which you can print and refer to when you're out practicing. There's also a healthy component of inspiration in the form of great shots taken in beautiful places. The DVD covers the same topics I do in my clinics, but in greater depth. Riders of all skill levels can benefit from watching it- newer riders can form good habits from the start, more experienced riders can take the opportunity to step back and evaluate their riding with a fresh perspective. We used bikes like the BMW GS (both R and F), the Kawasaki KLR, and numerous KTM's when filming. In any case, the movie is about riding, not equipment, and physics shows no preference between brands. A portion of all proceeds will go to advrider.com, and access groups like the Blue Ribbon Coalition. We're done with the DVD, and it is out for duplication. The first orders will ship around the end of July, sooner if the DVD's arrive on schedule. The cost is $29.95, and it is only available through our website, dualsportriding.com. You can order starting today, and the minute the DVD (and T-shirts, of course!) are in stock, we'll get them sent out. Finally, this project could not have happened without a bunch of folks' help, most of them advriders. In particular, I'd like to thank Springoly for doing such a beautiful job of shooting and editing, Dieter von Hexhead and Rabia for helping with graphics, Cody and Slickrock450 for circling in front of the camera, Hilslamer for providing feedback, Photon for doing the website, and last, but certainly not least, Femmemoto for supporting me through the whole process.