Level 2 A and B - advanced skills

Sunday May 3 - 8:45 am

$120 full day / $70 half day


Morning (Level 2 A) - 9am to 12am - Location: SKEGGS

Briefly review the fundamental skills that applying to anticipation, turning, and stability. We will ride on fast rolling single tracks and fire trails and concentrate on fast bends
We will explore the mechanics of turning. Where to look, where to brake. We will learn to stick to the trail.

Important: To book a this clinic only this date use the discount code " SKEGGS "



Afternoon (Level 2B) SWITCH BACK BOOT CAMP - Location  Water Dog - 1:30 to 4 pm -

Climb and go down any kind of switch back. Learn how to turn very tight on a steep switch back. Do it a hundred times and become a switch back expert!

Important: To book a this clinic only this date use the discount code " SWITCH "



Additional information will be sent you by e-mail upon registration. We will be happy to answer your question sent at




Equipment Requirements:

You must have a mountain bike in perfect working order. Please get your bike checked prior to the course—we don’t want you to be held back by your bike not working properly.
Brakes and gears must work perfectly. Suspension - if any - must be in working order (not blocked nor flat).

Tires: the bike must be equipped with off-road tires. NO slicks or tires with very low profile.
Pedals: if you are not used to SPDs (clipless pedals) we encourage you to ride with regular pedals (platform pedals or BMX pedals) and trainers. Do not wear bike shoes with regular pedals, avoid toeclips / pedal straps.

A HELMET (mandatory, we will not let you ride without one). Please adjust the helmet's fastening straps snugly.
Long fingered gloves.
A rucksack containing: drinks, rain shell if it is likely to rain.
Clothes adapted to weather conditions that day.

Other equipment
1 spare inner tube matching your tire and wheel size.

We highly recommend that you bring:
A long sleeved top and trousers compatible with cycling.
Protective pads - knee/shin guards and elbow pads.
Cycling/sport glasses.

Terms, Policies, Agreements

Start Time / Late participants
The clinic starts on time. Participants should be ready to roll at the clinic start time designated above - bikes must be fully assembled, cars closed, packs full and ready. Please be present 10 to 20 minutes earlier in order to be ready on time.
The organizers / instructors are not responsible for late participants. People arriving after the group have left the meeting point / start are responsible for finding the group on their own and at their own risk. They will be considered as clinic's participants as soon as they have signed the liability weaver.

Skills level
We are not responsible for the disparity of levels between participants and the related delays it may cause. We are asking all participant to be fair with other participants of higher or lower skills. We reserve the right to conduct the clinic at a pace suitable for the majority of participants.

For skills rides the participant's group must stay together at all time. The pace of the slowest participant is the group's pace.

Minimum / maximum attendance policy
The clinics will run with a maximum of 6 participants for 1 instructor. A minimum of 2 participants are required to run the clinic.The organizer reserves the right to cancel a skills clinic or a skills ride if the minimum attendance isn't matched. The fees paid will be refunded.

Weather policy
The clinics will run during rainy weather. However they may be rescheduled in case of exceptionally bad weather conditions. Participants may be notified as late as the day before the clinic at 8 p.m.
Clinics cancelled for extreme weather reasons are rescheduled ASAP (within 2 weeks) and are not refunded. Participants who can’t make it to the rescheduled clinic are offered a $20 discount on private coaching, or can participate in the next 2 clinics following the rescheduled clinic for an extra $20.

Clinic interruption / cancelation
The lead instructor may decide to interrupt and cancel a clinic to guarantee the safety of one, some or all participants
(e.g. obvious hazards, accidents). A clinic interrupted for safety reasons before half time will be rescheduled at no cost within 3 weeks. Clinics cancelled in the hour following the half time will be compensated with a $20  discount on the next clinic of your choice.

Skills ride interupted before half time (or half distance) will be refunded 50%.

Registration Cancelation / Refund policy
The No Charge Cancelation deadline is before 6pm, 4 days prior to the clinic. The organizer must be notified by e-mail ( After this deadline, any cancelation will be considered a Late Cancelation.
(E.g. If the clinic is on Saturday you must cancel on Tuesday before 6pm by e-mail).

A Late Cancelation is charged 50% of the clinic’s participation fee. The Late Cancelation deadline is 6pm on the day before the clinic; after 6 pm, the participant will be charged in full.

Participants who arrive late or are absent (for any reason) will not be refunded. However, they will receive a $10 discount on the next available clinic of the same level or private coaching.
Participant missing a skills ride start will not be refunded.

The organizers reserve the right to cancel the clinic prior to the due date. All participants will be refunded in full.

In the event of a cancelation on the event day, the clinic will be rescheduled ASAP. Participants may choose to be refunded in full.

In the event of a refund, the participant is responsible for providing adequate banking information for a money transfer. All transfer charges will at the participant's expense.

Discount policy
Discounts are not cumulative. They apply for one designated clinic in accordance of the conditions acquired for the discount.

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