Are you a new or intermediate rider? Want to join an awesome group of ladies to learn some skill to improve your riding?
Then RMCC’s MTB Beg/Int Camp is for you!
Through our skill sessions, our professionally-certified coaches will cover the mountain biking fundamentals:
- bike set-up and safety check
- balance and body position
- efficient shifting, proper gearing and braking
- climbing and descending techniques
- cornering and obstacles
- wheel lifts, roll downs, and straight-line riding
- common trailside mechanical repairs
We will have lots of demonstrations and time for you to practice these skills before we hit some great beginner and intermediate level trails to put your rad new skills in action. Our supportive and encouraging coaches will help you discover the fun of mountain biking in a safe and fun setting.
Camp dates & details:
Women’s MTB Beg/Int Weekend – Canmore
Saturday & Sunday, May 25 & 26 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm both days
Cost $280* + RMCC membership/insurance
*All participants will receive an awesome RMCC jersey included in the program fee — wicked deal!
Also check out our 5-Week Spring Women’s Program!
Ride More Discount
Register for any two multi-session program and receive a $25* discount! Email us for the discount code before registering and get ready to ride more! *Riders do not receive the RMCC program swag with the second program registration.
All participants require a mountain bike (either front or dual suspension) in good working condition and a helmet. Bike gloves are strongly recommended. Participants will be split into beginner and intermediate groups by the coaches. Participants in beginner should be comfortable riding on an unpaved surface, but prior experience riding on singletrack mountain bike trails is not required – this program starts at the beginning and progresses skills from there! Come prepared for all weather conditions, as we will not let the rain stop us.
Registration opens March 1 — don’t let the boys have all the fun!
Contact our Program Manager for more program details or any questions.
photo: Jacob Johnson