What: Public mountain bike skills clinics. Learn to ride safer, more confidently and faster on a greater variety of terrain. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, come on out and learn how to Ride (with a capital R).
Where: Valmont Bike Park, Boulder, CO
When: Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings April through September
How much: $75 for two hours that will change your riding life!
Learn more and sign up: Public clinics at Valmont Bike Park
Matt is using the Prepare to Pin training program to prepare for a long event. How should he adjust the program for greater endurance?
Hey all, I’ll be training high school coaches at Trek headquarters in Waterloo, WI.
Please join my public skills clinic on April 25 or 27.
Hey all, I’ll be training high school coaches at Mulberry Gap north of Atlanta, GA.
While I’m there I’m holding kung fu skills clinics on May 2 and 4.
Grab your spots!
Hey all, I’ll be in Tucson to train Arizona high school coaches. While I’m there I’m holding kung fu skills clinics on April 11 and 13.
Grab your spots!
We are rocking kung fu skills clinics at the world famous Soquel Demonstration Forest May 30 and 31.
Eight spots left for Friday.
Three spots left for Saturday.
Come and get ‘em!
Many of you have seen the videos of Cody Kaiser and Alex Ryan hopping up the Belgian Steps at the Valmont Bike Park national cyclocross championships.
This technique is rad—and useful:
Today we rocked #3 in a series of 7 indoor classes at the Boulder for Sports Medicine.
These classes are based on the Prepare to Pin It training program.
The results are quick and clear.
First off, I love your stuff and am really enjoying what your books and Pump Up the Base have done to my riding. Now to the question, my wife is a light roadie/triathlete who is willing to step up her game and ride in the woods. I bought her a Specialized Rumor for Christmas, sweet rig, and am pumped to get her in the woods. She has ample fitness, but minimal handling skills. Since her biggest fear is falling and getting hurt, I figured some drills would help give her the much needed confidence to feel more comfortable in the woods. If you only get to pick three drills for a newbie to the woods what would they be? Given you wrote the book, it’s on my bookshelf with your autograph in it, I knew you would be able to hit this one out of the park so my wife can add “single track slayer” and “Riding” with a capital “R” to her list without undue injury.
(p.s. my favorites are your figure eight drills and slow tight turns that work on track stands)
I am proud to offer a series of enduro-focused clinics in partnership with the Big Mountain Enduro series. Ride the raddest race courses—and any trails—more confidently, more safely and faster than ever.
Learn more and sign up: http://www.leelikesbikes.com/pre-season-enduro-clinics