A Singletrack Mind-Adventure Basecamp-shuttle, catered and camp! Mountain Bike Skills Clinic-Georgetown
Clinic/Camp Details:

Deep immersion of skills and trails over a lengthened weekend span.

FRIDAY afternoon-SUNDAY afternoon

Epic Mountain Bike Destination weekend in the heart of the Sierra Foothills

Fusion of Skills, Shuttles, Camp and Catered Adventure MTB weekend! Optimize your mountain bike skills with comfortable shuttle service, and eat and sleep well all weekend long!! We are collaboration with California Expeditions with shuttle service to access sweet DH and technical terrain. Fully catered delicious meals and snacks in-between all weekend long  with PIKA Adventures.

*This link is for the self-camp. Bring your own tent, bag, pad and pillow. If you prefer to not have the hassle to bring and set up your camping gear and would like your camp set up for you with quality gear choose the other FULL-CAMP option. Meals are all included.

This 2.5 day Mountain Bike basecamp is designed to help you improve your bike skills with a deep immersion of content, demo's and application over an extended weekend and overnight experience. Learn and apply the solid foundation skills on the technical trails of Georgetown.  Ex: cornering, braking, slow speed, balance, body position, wheel lifts, variance of the skills, switch backs, basic drops, vision, and more. This basecamp is for the more intermediate rider given the terrain. Over the weekend 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.

Meet our partners for the weekend-California Expeditions  & PIKA Adventures.


Basecamp Experiences were born out of years of taking people into the outdoors and watching the positive effects it has on individuals.  Set in the outdoors, away from day to day life, you can get the most from your Mountain Biking experience. It’s an opportunity to spend time with new and old friends, share stories, ideas, and leave connected to the experience. But most importantly they produce a sense of community. A place to connect, share, have fun and come way inspired, energized and with a renewed sense of purpose.


You should arrive at the campgrounds by 4pm  where you will be greeted by the guides/instructors and introduced to the basecamp experience. The guides will walk you through where to set up your campsite, campsite management, safety and group responsibilities. Get ready for a great weekend of riding, eating well, bonding and full skills immersion!

Once settled, you will return to the group area to relax and share in a discussion of your upcoming mountain bike adventure with your coach. An array of appetizers will be served before dinner.

*We can accommodate dietary needs/restrictions

After a delicious camp side dinner the group will gather around the campfire to share stories and meet new Mountain Bike friends. After which you will retire to your tent for a restful nights sleep under the stars.


The group will awake to the aroma of fresh coffee and a hearty breakfast to be followed by pre-mountain bike warm up before the skills session begins.

After a morning of skills and drills you will be served lunch before you load the shuttle for the trailhead for your first single track adventure of the day where you will apply the skills. The trails at Georgetown are more technical and geared towards the  more intermediate and beyond rider.  Dylan will work with you to improve your skills to tackle the trails with skill and confidence while enjoying the  technical terrain Georgetown trails offers.

After an afternoon of single track riding with your coach you will return to basecamp where you will have a chance to relax, have a cold beverage , appetizers, and share your days experiences with your fellow riders.

After dinner you will gather around the campfire with your coach to review the key concepts and theory from the days lesson, share insights and  relax before returning to your tent for another restful nights sleep under the stars.


You will awake to the aroma of fresh coffee and a hearty breakfast to be followed by a pre-mountain bike warm up before the skills lesson begins.

After a morning of skills and drills you will be served lunch before you load the shuttle to the trailhead for your next single track adventure.

You will return to basecamp for one final discussion with your coach on the weekends mountain bike session before we say our goodbyes.

Customized ASM shirt/hat and Kates real Food bars provided


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