Dirt Series Mountain Bike Camp - Sedona, AZ
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In almost every season, we can count handfuls of friends who are in Sedona on vacation. Whether it's the miles of picturesque singletrack, ease of access, or unparalleled vibe surrounding the whole town, we understand why they go, and we're so happy to be heading there this fall too.

We'll be running our morning skill sesions at the Posse Grounds State Park, using both the truckload of stunts we regularly bring with us, and the City of Sedona's pump track. We'll then head out for afternoon rides in all kinds of different directions, tailoring each trail selection to each group's level and interests.

Riding areas will include Mescal, Chuckwagon, Adobe Jack, Hog Wash, Airport, Bell Rock and Slim Shady. There is so much to choose from and so many opportunities to work on a wide variety of skills, from smooth singletrack, wide corners and introductory rock rolls, to advanced technical rock climbs, descents, switchbacks and air.

If you're into a fun and supportive cross-country or all-mountain instructional experience in a goregous location, then come to Sedona and cap off our season with us. This is the last camp on our 2018 schedule, so we just might not even leave once we're done.

Event Supporters:

  • Over the Edge Sports (Sedona)


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