Good video. Good teaching style. Great rider. Some dangerous advice.
What’s dangerous? The idea that your torso should rotate with the bike. Rich Drew is a great rider, and he handles it just fine, but beginners are likely to get pitched over the bars.
I believe we should *always* balance on our feet and match the bike angle to the moment. This is simple, consistent and safe.
If a client flew this high and forward, I’d stop him, yell at him and correct the dangerous habit. Rich is a truly great rider, so it works OK for him. It might not work for you.
What do you think?