BetterRide w/Gene Hamilton, Enduro MTB Skills Course with Cody Kelley
Clinic/Camp Details:

I'm doing an Exclusive Enduro Course for you with National Champion Cody Kelley If you really want to step up your descending game this will be the best three days you ever spend.

Not only is Cody a legend in the sport he's a really nice guy too!

I'm so confident, that it's GUARANTEED to take at least two seconds a minute off of your descending times, or your money back!

I first started coaching Cody when he was 13 and he went on to take five of my courses. He has gone on to win the National Enduro Championship, the Sea Otter Dual Slalom multiple times, and even a few top ten finishes in the Enduro World Series. Now he wants to give back to his fans by helping them to ride with greater skill and confidence.

Don't miss this chance to finally start riding at the peak of your potential! Learn how to corner, descend, and ride like the best riders in the world!

When & Where:
The course will be held at the most fun 350 vertical feet MTB resort with a chairlift in the world, Spider Mountain, outside of Austin, TX. November 10-12, 2023.

• Do you want to descend with more confidence?
• Make it up those technical climbs?
• Or simply ride more efficiently and with more control?

You can ride with a greater sense of ease and confidence. Guaranteed!

You will not just learn the skills to ride much better; you will also learn the drills to master those skills.

The more effort you put into doing the drills you will be taught, the better you will get. This course won’t magically transform you - you have to practice.

This is an intense learning experience. Gene has spent 23 years developing this course and knows how to get you riding at your best.

You can learn the skills to ride better, with more confidence, and have more fun.

Watch this video to learn why Gene wants to coach you!

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About Gene Hamilton: Gene's passion is coaching, and he wants to help you. Before starting BetterRide in 1999 he had ten years of experience coaching snowboarding, giving him over 30 years of coaching experience. Over those thirty years, Gene has mastered his coaching technique by keeping a beginner's 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. In 2019 he became the US National Champion.


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