For those mountain bike riders out there that have a basic understanding of the core mountain bike skills but are looking to step up to the next level then this is the course for you. Based 20 minutes from Adelaide our experience guides will teach you the skills to tackle more technical terrain.
Main Skills Covered Along with covering bike checks and set up we will teach you to ride step overs, step ups and drop offs. Pump and grind on the trails, and discover the key to utilising momentum in riding, high speed cornering and how to attack berms and flowing singletrack with confidence. Main Description Do you want to learn to ride smoother, faster, and with more confidence? What about learning to tackle more technical terrain or harder obstacles. Now it’s time to take your ‘Core Skills‘ out onto the trails and have some fun. This course is aimed at those riders already competent in the core skills and are ready to take their riding to a new level. While it is not compulsory we do recommend you have already competed our 'core skills' course to get the most out of these days. We start off by building on your core skills and looking at how you can use those skills and techniques to tackle much harder and more difficult obstacles and terrain. You may be amazed how you can use what you already know to ride things you thought impossible! We will cover such skills as drop-offs, step-ups, technical climbs and descents, high speed cornering techniques and switch-back corners.
PLEASE NOTE: Mountain bike and helmet hire - additional cost
The course runs from 10am until approximately 3pm.
This experience is suitable for any reasonably active person who already has some basic mountain bike skills. It is recommended that participants bring their own mountain bike. Participants must be at least 16 years of age.
The trip runs for groups of 3-6, with one guide.
Course may be postponed in extreme weather.
Suitable comfortable clothing for riding a bike off-road. Enclosed shoes are essential. Also consider a lightweight jacket if forecast looks wet & an extra layer in case it gets cold
We recommend that you bring your own mountain bike