Clinic/Camp Details:

Join us along with SMMB for a complete introduction to mountain biking. This is a for ANYONE who's interested in trail riding but isn't sure where to start. We'll cover all the basics so that you gain some confidence and can get out on some rides this fall.

-This will all be at the main parking lot at St Marys Lake. We'll do an hour of "classroom" discussions/hands on followed by an hour riding the "Green Trail".
The first 10 folks to sign up (using the link for tickets) will get a Hand pump, tire lever and a spare tube.
What to bring
-Please bring your bike (that's meant for trails), a helmet, water and comfortable shoes.
If you need a bike, please ask ahead of time so we can try to accommodate.
Topics include
- Pre ride bike check that will include topics like how to pump up tires, checking brakes, chain lube, etc
-What items to bring on a ride for all times of the year. Hydration, flat kit, helmet, first aid, etc
-How to set your bike up FOR YOU Suspension, saddle height, brake/shifter position, Tire pressure
-How to pre check trail conditions
-How to brake properly, shift, stand while riding, looking ahead, climbing
We'll work on conquering a mile stretch of trail that loops back to the main parking lot. Experienced riders will be out to make sure everyone get's any help they need.

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  • St Mary's Lake Beginner's Loop

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