School Holiday Mountain Bike Skills Program

School Holiday Mountain Bike Skills Program

School Holiday Junior Mountain Bike Skills Program

2 Programs – Beginners and Intermediate Level

For kids 8 and up!

Learn the finer points of riding your mountain bike with MTB Coach, Jodie Willett. Two programs that cover basic techniques in cornering, clearing obstacles, climbing, descending, along with a new intermediate level program  covering techniques for more advanced riders such as technical features and working on speed and efficiency.

Your instructor:
Jodie Willett is a UCI Level 2 Coach and MTB athlete who has raced as an elite level MTB racer since 2007. She has raced internationally in countries such as Canada, Switzerland, South Africa, Malaysia, Czech Republic, and Italy. Jodie has been coaching MTB athletes since 2010 and completed the Level 2 UCI MTB course in Switzerland in 2014. She has spent the past 2.5 years as the Australian National Junior development coach and loves helping people improve their mountain biking skills.

When: APRIL 2018 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS…16th, 17th, 23rd & 24th

Where…

Beginner Program: Geilston Bay – 16th April 2018 (Lindisfarne North Primary

School) **Rescheduled Program** Sunday 22nd of April.

Intermediate Program: Glenorchy – 17th and 23rd of April 2018 (Tolosa Park

HUT-16, Glenorchy)

Intermediate Program: Meehan Ranges – 24th of April 2018 (Clarence Mountain

Bike Park – car park is off Flagstaff Gully Link Road, Mornington)

Time: 9am – 3pm

Price: $59 Per session

Bookings Essential

IMPORTANT INFORMATION…PLEASE READ PRIOR TO BOOKING>>>

  1. This program involves riding a bike on mountain trails that often involve up hills sections. Some riders may find the hills challenging for their fitness. It is important that children ride their bikes frequently in the lead up to this program to build their fitness.
  2. This program requires an off-road mountain bike with front and back brakes (no pedal brakes are allowed!!), a front suspension fork, and bar ends plugs in good condition fitted to handlebars. Bikes must be in sound mechanical working order. An approved helmet is required (gloves recommended).


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