Convince the club to introduce a time limit, then 5 them?
Or throw stuff at them
Stop that. Don't do it in enduro either.
Feather the clutch like that when you need momentum but also big power for an obstacle, or if the front starts to come up on a group start Neither are relevant right now, I think
Sounds like throttle and clutch control both need work.
Take the clutch lever off so you can't use it. 1st is low enough that you can push off a bit and click it without stalling.
Ride in wet clay if you can. If not, wet grass. You can pump the tyre way up too.
Practice slowing down to idle and rolling on (hard) from there
If you lose traction doing something don't chop the throttle, roll off a bit. Chop = lost momentum and more likely to open hard and mess everything up completely
Climb hills if Somerset has any. Throttle control = momentum = summit
Ride around in circles and stuff with one hand. Throttle control + body position.
Learn slow wheelies (after more better clutch skills )
I don't believe there is, unless it's used wrong
Clean or crash