• Date
    Friday October 18, 2019 at 9:00am MDT
    to
    Sunday October 20, 2019 at 3:00pm
    past event
  • Type
    Clinic/Camp
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Moab, Utah United States
  • Email
    betterride@gmail.com
  • Website
  • Registration
    Open Paid
BetterRide w/ Gene Hamilton MTB Skills Camp
Clinic/Camp Details:

Take your skills to the next level (guaranteed) by investing in yourself! Learn the skills to greatly improve your riding and drills to master those skills in Park City, Utah! Increase your confidence, skill and efficiently with the most experienced (20 years), effective (guaranteed) and sought after coach in the sport, Gene Hamilton!

From World Champions like Ross Schnell and Sue Haywood to passionate riders just looking to ride with more confidence riders of all levels have invested in Gene's camps since 1999. This will be the best investment you ever make in your riding.

About Gene Hamilton: Gene's passion is coaching, and he wants to help you. Before starting BetterRide in 1999 he had ten years experience coaching snowboarding, giving him over 30 years of coaching experience. Over those thirty years, Gene has mastered his coaching technique by keeping a beginners mind and constantly improving both his coaching and his curriculum. He spends his time studying how people learn physical skills, taking coaches courses and working with the best riders in the world including World Champions Greg Minnaar, Sue Haywood, and Ross Schnell. His critical eye can quickly spot what you are doing right and wrong and he knows how to get you master the correct techniques. Gene is a pretty good rider too, he has earned a silver (2002) and two bronze medals (1999, 2006) at the UCI World Masters Championships.

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