Are you looking to learn some skills or improve your riding on Canmore’s awesome trails?
Then join us for RMCC’s Men’s 4-Week MTB Program and get ready to roll!
The Mens’ 4-week MTB Program offers a fun & supportive environment for skill development and riding on our local single track mountain bike trails. We will have two riding groups – MTB 101 for beginners (with little to no mountain biking experience, who are comfortable riding on easy off-road trails) and MTB 201 for intermediate riders (with a few seasons’ riding experience). If you are interested in an advanced 4 week program, please contact the Program Manager.
Through four weekly sessions, we will cover/refine the mountain biking fundamentals:
- bike set-up and safety check
- balance and body position
- efficient shifting, proper gearing and braking
- climbing and descending
- cornering and obstacles
- wheel lifts, roll downs and straight-line riding
- common trailside mechanical repairs
In addition to working on these skills, coaches will provide lots of time to apply what you’ve learned on a variety of local trails.
Dates and details:
Men’s MTB 4-Week Beg/Int Program – Canmore
Mondays, May 9 – June 6 from 6:15 to 8:45 pm (no class on May 24)
Cost $195* + RMCC membership/insurance
*All participants will receive some awesome RMCC swag!
All participants require a mountain bike (either front or dual suspension) in good working condition and a helmet. Bike gloves are strongly recommended. Come prepared for all weather conditions, as we will not let the rain stop us.
Can’t do 4 weeks? Is a Saturday in Canmore better for you?
Men’s 101 MTB Weekend: Saturday May 28: 10:00-5:00
Men’s 201 MTB Weekend: Saturday June 4: 10:00-5:00
Cost for each Saturday program is $160* + RMCC membership/insurance
*All participants will receive some RMCC swag!
Registration opens March 1 — don’t delay as this program is limited to just 12 riders!
Register here for the Men’s 4-Week MTB Program or the Men’s MTB weekend programs.
Contact our Program Manager for more program details or any questions.
photo: Jacob Johnson