My August trip to Peoria, IL was so successful, I’m coming back!
Kung fu skills clinics Oct. 17-20.
LEVEL 2 session on Saturday!
Sunday and Monday are sold out.
ONE SPOT has opened up for Friday.
Plus available private sessions.
We are rocking kung fu skills clinics at the world famous Soquel Demonstration Forest Nov. 14, 15, 16 and 17.
Saturday and Sunday are already sold out. Sign up today!
Give yourself the upgrade that lasts forever: Kung fu MTB skills!
We’re teaching at Vail Lake Resort in Temecula, CA on Oct. 10, 11 and 12.
Past sessions sold out and were awesome. Grab your spot today!
I am looking to get some information on how to teach a child a certain skill. I have one rider on the team who is really hesitant to stand up on the bike and pedal whether it is climbing or just trying to go faster. They can stand up and coast but they are not fluid when trying to pedal when standing, so this makes them not want to do it. I have discussed it with some of the more seasoned riders I know and they are at a loss because it was a skill they learned early in life and have never came across this situation when teaching younger riders. The rider is a younger teenager so they have been riding a while and just doesn’t like to stand.
Any help would be great.
Wisconsin high school mountain bike league
Join Coach Kevin Stiffler, a former New Yorker and champion BMX racer, for two hours of essential BMX skills.
This is the best $75 you’ll ever spend on your riding!
Coach Kevin Stiffler will be in New York to train high school coaches and riders. He’s teaching public classes Oct. 17 and 20.
Private sessions are available too.
Niko Mulally’s chainless world championship downhill run!
Plus notes from two stoked Peoria, IL skills students:
I’ll be near Birmingham, Alabama training high school MTB coaches on Sunday, Sept. 21.
Join me for a public clinic that Friday or Saturday.
Give yourself the upgrade that lasts forever: skills!
I had no idea mountain biking in the Midwest is so big—and excellent.
Just returned from four days of teaching and riding in Peoria, IL. Thoughts:
Our friend Keith, a Cat 1 XC racer with legs that were crushing but skills that were disappointing, has signed up for 20 hours of skills sessions.
In session #1 we covered the basics, laid down some baseline metrics (time trials!) and plucked some low-hanging fruit.
Keith raced the following weekend. Here’s what he said: