YYCMTB Bike Park Series #3
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Learn to Ride the Skills Park

Being able to ride trail features like jumps, berms and rollers is a great skill to have when mountain biking anywhere, and gives you a great base for when you’re heading to bigger bike parks in places like Silver Star and Whistler. As more trails like Merlin View and 7-27 get built in the Calgary area, those skills are going to be more and more important to have.

In 2017, YYCMTB is offering the Bike Park Series at the Chestermere Family Bike Park.

What You Will Learn
Sessions are progressive and will focus on:
Pump Track – Body position, cornering, timing
Skills Loop – Body position, balance, speed control, bike control
Dirt Jumps – Body position, speed control, take-off and landing, control in the air

Schedule
The Bike Park Series run on consecutive Tuesdays from June until late August. Each 4-week series is progressive, with lots of riding time each week.

Series #3: August 8, 15, 22, 29
Striders [co-ed age 3-4] 1:00 – 2:30 PM
Rippers [co-ed age 5-9] 2:30 – 4:00 PM
Co-ed Kids [age 10-14] 4:30 – 6:30 PM
Co-ed [age 15+] 6:30 – 8:30 PM

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