YYCMTB Weekend Session #5
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Weekend Session #5 – August 19-20; 9:00 a.m. - noon

Based on feedback from local mountain bikers, we’re changing the format for 2017. You wanted shorter sessions with a tighter focus on specific mountain biking skills, and that’s what we’re going to deliver.

At the end of the weekend, everyone gets a personalized progression report so you know what you’ve achieved and what you can focus on for continued improvement. After the session is complete, we’ll send you a feedback form so you can let us know what you liked and what we need to improve on. If you have questions after the sessions about what you learned, feel free to contact us at any time.

Who are these sessions for?
- Adult riders [18+].
- Weekend Skill Sessions are perfect for beginner to intermediate [Levels 1 + 2] mountain bikers who want to improve their riding in a short period of time. Note sure what level you are? Check the Rider Level Guide.
- Regarding fitness level for these sessions, you don’t need to be in peak physical condition. The focus of these sessions is skill development, not how fast you can get to the top of the hill. Of course, the fitter you are, the easier it will be, so try and so some rides beforehand.

Skills
It’s all about having more fun when you ride Each session will focus on different aspects of mountain biking. Our goal is to help you ride trails with greater confidence and control. We’ll work on different parts of mountain biking.
Cornering – flat corners, bermed corners, off-camber corners
Technical terrain – roots, rocks, etc.
Braking – including how NOT to go over the bars
Mechanical – how to do basic bike setup and maintenance
Descending – the really fun part
Climbing – to get down, you need to get up!

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