• Date
    Saturday June 3, 2017 at 9:00am MDT
    past event
  • Type
    Clinic/Camp
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Morrison, Colorado United States
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VIDA MTB Series Clinic - Beti Bike Bash
Clinic/Camp Details:

Get race ready before toeing up to the start line The VIDA MTB Series will take place the day before the Beti Bike Bash, the largest women's-only mountain bike event in the country. This race is perfect for ALL levels and a great opportunity for never-evers. VIDA coaches will cover all of the basics and give interested participants an inside look at race-specific considerations. You'll get a leg up on the competition, and most importantly, you'll learn important principles like body positioning to have more fun riding with friends.

The condensed 1-Day format is perfect for women wanting to brush up on a specific technique or acquire a completely new skill. Complete beginners are also welcome, and will receive a great intro to helpful riding fundamentals from VIDA's highly qualified coaches. Yeti Cycles will be on-site with Yeti Beti demos so you can test ride our favorite bikes and see for yourself why Bicycling Magazine called the Yeti Beti SB5c a "Dream Bike" in their Editor's Choice 2016.

We are excited to return to the Bear Creek Lake Park in Lakewood, CO. Check-in will take place under the pavilion at Coyote Crossing. Click here for a map of Bear Creek Lake Park.

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