Online Coaching

Virtual Track Walk

* introductory lockdown offer – £65 * regular price after offer £70

Virtual track walk – get yourself the advantage with an in-depth online personalised track guide session. A two way discussion, using onboard video, annotations and Google Maps to get you the best experience from your virtual track walk. You get to keep the session to re-watch and refer back to – click the screenshot above to watch a sample session.

Email screenshot/proof of purchase of your purchased track guide to mail@mike-edwards.net and we can set up the zoom call where I’ll give you a step by step in-depth review of the circuit and answer any questions you have.

Don’t have a guide already?
Not to worry, I’m doing a special offer guide plus virtual track walk £90 – saving £5 from the regular price – enter your circuit choice in the box, then click ‘Buy Now’

Which track guide to download?



Lockdown Online Combo * special offer *

As the majority of us have suffered from reduced track time I’m offering a combination of online learning tools:

* a ‘distance coaching’ review of a lap using your own onboard video
– see regular ‘online coaching’ information below for more details
plus
* an ‘instant download’ circuit guide of your choice

for just £75.

Regular price of these two online learning tools = £120 so the COVID Online Combo for £75 – saves you £45!



* Online Coaching – £95 *

Online coaching is something I’m really enthusiastic about – most people run a camera now, and can easily benefit from my coaching experience and knowledge without the financial commitment involved in having 1 to 1 on track coaching day with me. You send me your own onboard footage, I assess it, make suggestions and offer ideas for improvement, using voice over and annotations, returning to you the recorded session that you can refer back to time and time again.

Click ‘buy now’ to purchase an online coaching session for £95 – then you’ll be taken to a page with the link to click and upload your video.


You upload your video, I watch it, and then record video comments and make annotations on top of your onboard footage and send it back to you.