On the mountain

There are two mountain biking courses being offered in the area in the next few weeks.

There are two mountain biking courses being offered in the area in the next few weeks.

Check them out …

The Mountain Biking Progression Session for teen girls has some space available if your daughter is interested in becoming a better mountain bike rider.

The progression course covers the following skills: body positioning, slow and high speed cornering, downhill and uphill switchbacks, wheel lifts, natural and man-made structures and simple bike maintenance.

The course if for girls 13-16 years of age and starts on May 13 for four sessions—unning on Mondays from 4:30-7 p.m. The same style course is being offered for women on Wednesdays, from 5:30-8 p.m. starting May 15 and running until June 5.

Trails for both courses include, Red Head, Larch/Monte cola, Milky Way, and Green Door.

 

Betty Go Hard is running a one day, “Next Level Accelerator” (Lvl 2-3) Ladies Mountain Biking Clinic on Sunday, June 16 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

This course is designed to help you progress to a more advanced set of mountain biking skills as the course works through body positioning, slow and high speed cornering, downhill switchbacks, wheel lifts, natural and man-made structures and obstacles and overall trail flow techniques.

The course includes shuttle, coaching, skill practice, prizes and video analysis.

 

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