Women's Mountain Bike Skills :: Intermediate

Date

Start: Saturday, August 31, 2013

Address
Balboa Park at Morley Field (Entrance of the San Diego Velodrome) 2972-3268 Florida Dr
San Diego , CA 92104
Registration Closing Date

Friday, August 30, 2013

Organizer's Website

http://sandiegomountainbikeskills.com/

About This Activity

Have you reached a level in your mountain biking where you’re riding the same old trails in the same old way?  Or, perhaps you’re new to mountain biking and just need a boost in your riding confidence and basic skills?  Join us to learn in an nonjudgmental setting with an encouraging group of your peers.

This is an intermediate clinic-- recommended for riders with 2 years or more riding experience.  Or, for anyone that has taken a prior 'Basics' clinic.

These clinics prove to be advantageous as they allow participants to test their limits without any unnecessary pressure.

Our Women's only mountain bike skills clinic will help you improve every aspect of your trail riding.  Take the next step and register for this clinic right now.

Find out how to control your fear and stay relaxed; to walk the line between fight and flight. Learn to float over roots and rocks like they aren’t there, attack corner after corner without dabbing the brakes and find your flow.

Event schedule and times

Course outline

The skills taught and practiced on the Mountain Bike Skills :: Intermediate course include:

  •     Mind skills
  •     Mastering manual front-wheel lifts
  •     Manual dropping roots & steps
  •     Cornering with speed & confidence
  •     Reading & breaking down the trail
  •     Introduction to energy management & flow


Typical Schedule

Although the course is flexible it will usually keep to the following program:

    01:45-02:00 Arrival at course venue

    02:00-02:30 Course commences, introductions and equipment check

    02:30-02:45 Warm-up ride to skills area

    02:45-05:00 Single track skills coaching and practice

    05:00-05:15 Review and next steps

 

 

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