Trek Dirt Series Mountain Bike Camp - Moab, UT
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There's good reason that Moab has held top spot on riders' wish lists for decades, and with all the recent single track trail development, now there's even more reason to go.

During this camp we'll be running our morning skill development sessions at Moab's Grand County High School, and at the adjacent jump and drops park. In the afternoons we'll divide our rides between Navajo Rocks, Klonzo, Slickrock, Amasa Back, and the Moab Brand trails.

Whether you're a beginner, intermediate or advanced rider, you'll find something that's fun and challenging here. There's no shortage of rock to climb and descend, so many places to practice rolls, wheel lifts, and drops, and gorgeous views in every direction. Cross-country and all-mountain riders will be thrilled, and come away with an incredible jump in skills.

Sylvi Fae, who's both the co-owner of Moab Mountain Bike Instruction and a longtime key part of the Trek Dirt Series program, will be managing this camp. Add in all our regular coaches who live in the area and all the joy in springtime desert riding, and this is sure to be a fantastic season opening camp.

One more note: last year 98 Center Moab put together a special Trek Dirt Series cocktail, and a bunch of coaches and participants went to the restaurant on Sunday night to eat, drink, and celebrate. If you're able to plan a Sunday night stay into your trip, definitely do.

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