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OSET announce activity pack to help you through social distancing

OSET announce activity pack to help you through social distancing

OSET, the world leader in electric dirt, trials and motocross bikes for kids has responded to the coronavirus pandemic like many responsible businesses around the UK – implementing the Government’s guidelines across their workforce.

They are still able to take orders and send them to their customers and are taking every precaution to do this safely. They plan to continue this unless advised otherwise.

The company are encouraging all OSET riders, children and adults, to make the most of the time they have outside in their garden. We need to keep active and healthy both mentally and physically throughout the duration of the virus.

To help with this, OSET will be releasing an activity pack that will have a number of challenges for OSET riders to participate in. These will include essential Trials techniques, trick riding, bike set-up and designing activities. These will all be accompanied with tutorials from Oliver & Elliot Smith on how to execute techniques correctly. To add to this, they are encouraging their riders to send in their attempts in the challenges. Oliver and Elliot will then be able to give feedback to help improve their riding.

Oliver and Elliot have years’ worth of experience between them with National titles and European Championship successes. They hope they can pass on their expertise using these videos.
At OSET, we see this as an opportunity to improve on your riding, fitness and mental wellbeing – with the result being more competent and confident riders.

OSET is putting the finishing touches to the activity pack and expect it to be available for download by the end of the week or they can send it out in the post.

For any questions regarding riding or anything else, feel free to contact oliver.smith@osetbikes.com or visit OSET online here. In the meantime, keep calm and keep training.

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