Quick n' Dirty Course Preview

Date

Start: Monday, May 20, 2013

Address
Quick n' Dirty 18798 W. Bernardo Drive
San Diego , CA 92127
Registration Closing Date

Monday, May 20, 2013

Organizer's Website

http://sandiegomountainbikeskills.com/

About This Activity

Quick n’ Dirty Course Preview

For those ninja-in-training that want test their skills in a race environment–and have a blast doing it–I  recommend participating in the Quick n’ Dirty Race Series. The course is fast, fun, beginner friendly, and spectator friendly due to its multiple loops.

To ride like a ninja you must have great skill; to race like a ninja you must have great insight. No, this does not mean that you have to read the Tao of Pooh, it just means that you must be aware of the course ahead of you.  The best way to do this is with a purposeful pre-ride–learn where the best line is, practice the technical sections, know how much recovery you will have between climbs, and scope out the best passing sections.

 

Quick n’ Dirty Course Preview

For those ninja-in-training that want test their skills in a race environment–and have a blast doing it–I  recommend participating in the Quick n’ Dirty Race Series. The course is fast, fun, beginner friendly, and spectator friendly due to its multiple loops.

To ride like a ninja you must have great skill; to race like a ninja you must have great insight. No, this does not mean that you have to read the Tao of Pooh, it just means that you must be aware of the course ahead of you.  The best way to do this is with a purposeful pre-ride–learn where the best line is, practice the technical sections, know how much recovery you will have between climbs, and scope out the best passing sections.

 

Event schedule and times

To ensure that you have the best race experience, dominate your category, and race like a ninja, come and join a Ninja-led small group pre-ride of the Quick n' Dirty course on Monday, May 20th at 5:30pm.  For $49, your session will include basic mountain bike skills review, pre-race nutrition guidance,  race strategy breakdown,  'what to expect on race day' tips, and, of course, the actual pre-ride. We anticipate the pre-ride taking about 2 hours.

NOTE: THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE RACE ENTRY / THIS IS ONLY FOR THE COURSE PREVIEW.

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