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Give the gift that keeps on giving!  This covers the cost of a group clinic with a max of 12 participants.  It can be used for any Level I, Level II Log Over, Drops and Cornering clinics.  These clinics are taught by a professional mountain bike instructor with a certification through either BICP or PMBIA.  

The 2020 schedule will be posted shortly and registration can be found at



This class is for everyone.  Whether you are new to the sport or have been riding for years, we are confident that Level 1 training is for you.  These clinics focus on balance and stability, giving us a platform on which to build the more advanced skills. 

For the more advanced rider, we will break your bad habits.  We all have them.  We have all been in the place where we can’t figure out what we are doing wrong and it all stems back to a simple fundamental.  We can help get you to the next level.

For the newbie, you are setting yourself up for great success by starting your mountain bike adventures with a foundation of balance and stability.  Yes, most of us learned how to ride a bike as a child.  And sure, you could get on a bike and take it to the trail.  And the feelings of terror are likely to arise as soon as those tires hit the dirt.  Let us start your adventure off with confidence, instead of terror.  

Clinics start by going over five fundamentals, and then take those fundamentals for a short shred (and by shred I mean leisurely ride) on the trail.  We take our time.  We make sure you are comfortable.  Once you are comfortable and confident on your bike.  Once you feel balanced and stable.  You won’t believe what you and your bike are capable of shredding.  


Level II

This class is for those who have successfully completed Level 1 training. You took the clinic, that balance and stability that you found on the bike is starting to feel natural and you are ready for shredfest. Ok, maybe not shredfest, but you are ready to step it up by honing the fundamentals, rolling over logs, cornering smoothly, and finding your flow.

We get warmed up by doing the fundamentals. A refresher is great for all of us, especially if we are building our skills based on this foundation. For these more advanced skills, we will break them all down into key points. Each of these skills will have progressions, so no matter where you are on the spectrum of shred, your instructor can make sure the progression of the skill is right for you.


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