A Singletrack Mind-Santa Cruz, MTB Core Fundamentals and Jump Progressions Clinic
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Core MTB Fundamentals –2 day weekend-14 hrs, set curriculum to master and improve your bike skills. Learn solid foundation skills. ex: cornering, braking, slow speed, balance, body position, wheel lifts, variance of the skills, switch backs, basic drops, vision, and more. Our Core fundamental clinics are for all abilities. Suited for those that are eager to refine the skill set they presently have- to the competitive, even professional athlete eager to get to the top of their game. We help you build, refine and expand your present riding skill set.The clinic is progression based skill building. Meaning, that there are progressions for each skill. So that each level of rider can progress and challenge within their own ability.

Each day is broken down with skills drills transitioning to direct application of the skills out on the trail. Appropriate breaks provided. Small group size allows for personalized skill focus as well. Meeting the needs of each rider.

Day 2 we will go deeper into the application of skills learned in day 1, then dive into Jump Progressions, Stomps, and Drops. Build more confidence with high speed corners on banked or bermed trails. Finding your body position for drops and improve your timing for jumps. In addition to the technical skills we will also spend time discussing scouting the line, vision and ways to stay committed to the bike.

About your Coach: 10 plus years coaching professionally, 20 years racing both expert and professionally with extensive trainings from the highest level and gold standard of mtb coaching-Betterride, USA Cycling, BICP, NASM, NICA. Dylan is passionate, personalized and patient when working with his students. Rule # 1 is to have fun

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