• Date
    Thursday December 8, 2022
    to
    Thursday December 8, 2022
    past event
  • Type
    Race
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    , New York United States
Race Details:

Presented By: Pointway Coaching

The Disco NEVER Dies

 

 

What: Four 2hr MTB skills sessions held in the Disco Barn

Why: Because on the bike-skills can't wait until spring

When:  Thursdays Dec 8th, 15th, 22th, and Jan 5th 

Where:  The Disco Barn, located at the Dirt Disco, directions below.

The Funky Chicken:

This class is for intermediate riders who have 1-2 years of experience. You don't need to be John Travolta, but it's best if you can handle  "blue" trails. Shoot me a note if you want to discuss your fit with this class.  The features at the Disco barn will be tiered to meet the current skill level of all participants.  Curriculum to include track stands, front-wheel lifts, rear-wheel lifts, bunnyhops skinnies,  roll-downs and other slow-speed Mtb trinkets!!! Flat Pedals are recomended, but not required.

Extreme Weather:

If we experience extreme cold, (like sub-zero) we will re-schedule the class. If driving conditions are hazardous, again we will reschedule. Fear not you will get your 4 days at the Disco Barn!

The Barn does offer shelter and you can actually get quite warm with minimal winter clothing, That said, plan to dress for cool to cold weather riding.  I WILL keep you moving, a lot! We will even do some strength/balance work if needed. Bottom line, you will be warm  and get a " workout!'  BAM! ( And I have a salamander heater that will melt your face off in no time if it really gets cold!)

 

Please note that even though this event takes place inside, you could fit a small child through many of the gaps in the barn wood. The barn offers shelter, firm, dry ground, but allows for plenty of ventilation. 

 

 

 

 

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