MTB Staycation - Fundamentals Clinic - SOLD OUT
Clinic/Camp Details:

This clinic is part of the MTB Staycation 2019, and requires registration in advance - limited spots available.

Give your skill level a boost by learning or perfecting a variety of fundamental techniques including: bike handling, body positioning, front and rear tire lifts, bunny hops, manuals, techniques of descending, bailing, sequential riding, track stands, maneuvering tight trail sections, riding over obstacles, intro to elements of flow, skinnies, and line selection.

Join Guest Pro Coach: Anita Naidu

(athlete for SRAM, Rocky Mountain, Troy Lee Designs, Rock Shox, and Clifbar)

One of Canada's top female coaches, Anita Naidu has taught thousands of riders all over the world from beginner to pro, and is one of the industry's most in demand coaches. Internationally recognized for her engaging and results-driven instruction techniques, Anita’s clinics have been featured in numerous global publications. Recently named one of the World's Most Adventurous Women by Men's Journal, her coaching sessions offer something for everyone and will help take your riding to the next level

• Space is limited. Ages 16+ for the clinics. Must have own functioning (minimum front suspension) bike and helmet.
• $112 / person, includes tax & insurance.
• All participants must be current TORCA Members (get your membership at

EMAIL [email protected] to register or for more info.

Sign up now & JOIN us May 31 to June 2
Check out the full roster of events on the MTB Staycation Event Page


  • + 1
Kzaretzki (Jun 3, 2019 at 17:54)
Anita is a great coach! Awesome energy and enthusiasm and makes sure you can do the skills she is teaching you. Would highly recommend taking a clinic with her! Also my first time riding Hey Bear on the weekend (live in Smithers), such an awesome trail! Kudos to everyone who made that awesome trail happen!
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