Women's Beginner Weekend
A weekend with women that you won't want to miss! Mountain biking is fun and who doesn’t want to feel more comfortable on their bikes, feel more in control, and share in the thrill of progression with other women? Plus, you may just meet some new, totally rad mountain biking friends!
This session is set up for individuals who are getting familiar with mountain biking but need to unlock the secrets to making things really click, improve their skills, and be more confident and in control on green and blue trails.
We'll start by making sure we have the foundations dialed including; body position, braking, shifting, descending, climbing, and cornering. And we'll continue to build up these skills to take charge of our riding and apply them on the trails.
Programs are always tailored to strike the perfect balance of progression for all participants while creating an inspiring, fun, and safe environment to learn.
Women's Beginner Weekend Details
Participants MUST wear a helmet, meeting or exceeding industry standards, for the duration of the session.
Participants MUST have off-road tires and carry a spare tube for their rim and tire size.
Participants MUST have appropriate clothing for weather conditions as well as adequate food and hydration.
Once your session is purchased it will run rain or shine so be prepared for any weather.
A welcome email with more details, how to be prepared, and what to bring, will be sent to registrants in advance of the session.
Please review the linked documents below prior to registering!
The linked files are for your review prior to purchase but are not online fillable documents. We will have blank copies on site, or you can print and fill them out in advance. However we ask that you only sign on site for witnessing by our team.
Optics can be extremely damaging to a small business. Please come prepared to participate in accordance with current COVID19 recommendations and regulations so we can all stay healthy, look good in the public eye, and have another amazing year riding bikes.