• Date
    Saturday May 20, 2017 at 9:00am MDT
    past event
  • Type
    Clinic/Camp
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Gunbarrel, Colorado United States
  • Email
    info@vidamtb.com
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  • Registration
    Open Paid
VIDA MTB Series Clinic - Valmont Bike Park
Clinic/Camp Details:

Boulder, CO, is home to one of the coolest city parks we have ever seen. Despite all the sunshine and amazing views of the flatirons, you won't notice any of it because you'll be having too much fun dialing in your technical skills in the glades, matching transitions on the jump lines, or tearing around the various pump tracks. Valmont is THE place for safe progression. There are features and stunts of every size to allow you to practice at your own pace, but also step it up to the next level when you're ready. Add on the tasty breweries, dynamic college town vibe, and the number of stellar rides within a short drive, and Valmont is a must-visit mountain biking destination.

VIDA is returning to Valmont in 2017 for a 1-Day Workshop. The 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.

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