I've come to realize that though I have been riding nearly my whole life, there are certain things I just down right suck at. Anything on the pegs creeping in low first gear, or anything really technical that requires almost stopping balance (picture trials like) I'm absolutely horrid at. I'm wondering how I can go about getting better at this with minimal damage to my bike. I have 4 acres of land that is largely unused other than for hunting and long range rifle shooting and could likely make myself a small one acre endurocross track. I'm wondering how beneficial that'll be for skill building? I figured I'd have a section of various sized log crossings, small section of tires, small section of broken rocks and concrete, etc. Is this something even worth putting time into? I don't think it would take a ton of time to build a track, however getting a ton of stone or rip-rap/crushed concrete might be a little more difficult. I'm not sure how well simulated obstacles compare to obstacles out in the "wild".