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SKILLS CLINICS

Lee Likes Clinics:
Skills, Confidence, Fun

Mountain biking is the best sport ever — and the better you get, the better it gets.
Ride safer. Ride more confidently. Ride faster. Have more fun.


Use these links to jump down the page:

>>> The LLB Teaching Method
>>> LLB Coaches
>>> Private and semi-private coaching packages
>>> Clinics outside Boulder, CO
>>> Bring us to your town
>>> Public clinics at Valmont Bike Park
>>> Policies
>>> Stoked riders


The LLB Teaching Method

Lee McCormack has been a devoted rider and communicator for more than 25 years. An award-winning writer and artist, as well as a decent racer, Lee has dedicated his professional skills and personal passion to helping cyclists improve their lives by improving their riding.

The LLB Teaching Method:

Is simple. Rather than spend time teaching you nifty little tricks (ie hopping your rear wheel), we focus on a handful of essential dynamics. These core skills will help ride with more confidence and speed in any situation.

Is systematic. Imagine a “skills tree” that contains every conceivable riding skill. We start with the trunk of the tree and work our way up the branches. Rolling down a ledge is low in the tree; jumping into a berm is high in the tree. Whatever you want to do on your bike, we’ll get you there: one safe step at a time.

Is scalable. Once you learn the core movement patterns, higher level riding is simply a matter of combining simple movements. Experts ride exactly the same way as beginners—with more power and speed.

Is proven. Lee has personally taught thousands of riders of all levels and styles, including 1,000 high school coaches and riders. Lee’s skills and training books have reached more than 100,000 riders worldwide. Top XC, DH, Enduro, BMX and XTERRA racers are faster thanks to Lee.

Is time efficient. You don’t need days to learn MTB kung fu. We’ll teach you what you need to learn in hours. As some clients have said, “Lee taught me more in three hours than COACH X taught me in three days.” Spend focused learning time with us, then go out and ride (or spend time with your kids)!

Is constantly being improved. On the bike, fun happens at the intersection of challenge and skill. We are always seeking that sweet spot in our riding, and we are continually working to become better teachers.

Is for you. Whether you’re a first timer, seasoned expert or a professional racer, we’ll help you ride with more confidence and speed.

Ride better. Live better!

Fun ride with 7X XTERRA world champion (and LLB kung fu pupil) Conrad “The Caveman” Stoltz:


LLB Coaches

LLB coaches are picked and trained for these qualities:

Impeccable riding style. We are teaching every moment we are on a bike, and our kung fu is good (and constantly getting better).

Deep understanding of riding dynamics—and the ability to teach them using the LLB Teaching Method.

The ability to communicate with any rider—beginner or pro, scared or stoked.

Meet our coaches, and schedule sessions with them:

Lee McCormack – Boulder, CO
Andy Somerville – Orange County, CA
Kevin Stiffler – Boulder, CO
Judd Zimmerman – Salt Lake City, UT

This list is short because we have very high standards. Do you want to become an LLB coach? Email lee@leelikesbikes.com.


Andy, Lee, Kevin and Judd at the 2014 LLB coach summit in Moab, UT. What a fun day!


Private and semi-private coaching packages

The fees below cover one to six riders per session. Additional riders at additional cost.

To grab a clinic, use one of the Paypal links below. You can pay with Paypal balance, credit card or bank account. You do not need a Paypal account.

To arrange your date(s) and time(s), email Lee at lee@leelikesbikes.com.

We offer private and small-group instruction in various packages to suit your needs. These options are for working with Lee McCormack. To work with other LLB coaches, check out LLB Coaches.

Gift certificates are available!

One one-hour session
$175
This fee covers one to six riders per session. Additional riders at additional cost.
Start building your foundation or focus on a particular skill.
Buy one one-hour session at PayPal

One two-hour session
$344
This fee covers one to six riders per session. Additional riders at additional cost.
Start building your foundation or focus on a particular skill.
Buy one two-hour session at PayPal

One three-hour session
$500
This fee covers one to six riders per session. Additional riders at additional cost.
Build your foundation with the core skills, or explore specialized skills.
Buy one three-hour session at PayPal

Two two-hour sessions or one four-hour session
$640
This fee covers one to six riders per session. Additional riders at additional cost.
Two two-hour sessions are ideal if you have limited time, attention span and/or fitness. One four-hour session is great for riders from out of town or who want to get into deeper kung fu.
Buy one three-hour session at PayPal

Two three-hour sessions
$900 – Most popular
This fee covers one to six riders per session. Additional riders at additional cost.
Core skills plus on-trail application or get into advanced skills. We can do one six-hour session if needed (especially if you’re traveling to see me).
Buy two three-hour sessions at PayPal

Block of 10 hours
$1,250
Core and advanced skills, plus on-trail application.
Buy a block of 10 hours at PayPal

Block of 15 hours
$1,687
This fee covers one to six riders per session. Additional riders at additional cost.
Core and advanced skills, plus on-trail application. Great for a weeklong riding vacation in Colorado!
Buy a block of 15 hours at PayPal

Block of 20 hours
$2,000
This fee covers one to six riders per session. Additional riders at additional cost.
Core and more advanced skills, plus lots of on-trail application. Victory.
Buy a block of 20 hours at PayPal

One-day clinic on the road
$1,800
Do you want Lee to teach you on your trails?
Six hours of coaching/riding with a lunch break in between. Share among as many riders as you like (six is the sweet spot).
Buy a one-day clinic at PayPal

Email me at lee@leelikesbikes.com to set up your session(s) or if you want to pay with credit card over the phone.


Special session at Platte Middle School in Boulder, CO. These kids are on their way to Moab, and Lee’s showing ‘em how to rock a tight switchback. Don’t look at the cactus!


Clinics outside Boulder, CO

>>> Skills clinics in Southern California Oct. 10-12

>>> Skills clinics in Peoria, IL Oct. 17-20

>>> Skills clinics in New York Oct. 17 and 20

>>> BMX skills clinic in Rotterdam, NY Oct. 21

>>> Skills clinics in NorCal Nov. 14-17

Stay tuned for more clinics!


Bring us to your town


LLB coaches love traveling around to spread the Kung Fu. We’ll meet at your favorite spot, learn skills and drills, eat lunch then apply the skills to the local terrain. It’s always a big, tiring and fun day. This will change your riding life. Seriously.

Perfect for families, friends, clubs and teams!

Tell us where you are and what you want: lee@leelikesbikes.com


Public clinics at Valmont Bike Park


Valmont Bike Park in Boulder, CO is an incredible place. Lee Likes Bikes is a Valmont Bike Park Official Adventure Provider specializing in adult skills clinics. 20 percent of your clinic fee goes straight to the park.

We are offering lots of clinics—weekday evenings and weekend mornings—in 2014.

Check out the class schedule and get signed up: Public clinics at Valmont Bike Park

NEW: Level 2 clinics at Valmont Bike Park


A fun group at 2014’s first public clinic at Valmont Bike Park.


Policies

Time: The clock starts at the appointed time. Be ready to ride.

Equipment: Your bike should be well adjusted and in good working order. If I believe your bike is not safe, we will spend clinic time making it safe. If I need to adjust anything —brakes, gears, suspension — I will use clinic time. BTW: Most riders’ bikes are way off, and a few quick adjustments can make a wonderful improvement.

Lee Likes Bikes partners with The Fix Bike Shop to make sure you and your bike are dialed in. The Fix is on the north side of Valmont Rd., right next to the Valmont Bike Park.

Changes and cancellations: If you want to change your appointment, you must notify me by phone or email within 48 hours. After that time, there will be no change or refund.

Weather: Bad weather does not cancel sessions unless the venue is closed. If the conditions permit any kind of riding, we will ride. If it’s raining, bring a jacket. If it’s muddy, we’ll find another surface to ride on. If the lift closes because of lightning, we will push our bikes or practice in the parking lot. if we do cancel because of weather, it will be at my discretion, and I will notify you as early as possible.

Liability: Bike riding has inherent risks, and you must accept those risks. You will sign a waiver before we ride.

If you are a mountain bike skills coach or instructor, and you work on your own or with another party, please do not sign up for an LLB clinic. See below:

Use of information: The Lee Likes Bikes Training Method is the mountain biking instructional method developed by Lee Likes Bikes (LLB) for sole use by Lee Likes Bikes and authorized individuals. It is the intellectual property of LLB. The LLB Training Method information conveyed to the participant shall be used only for the participant’s personal use. It is not to be used outside LLB-authorized activities for which LLB and the participant have a business relationship, nor is it to be shared with others — including riders, trainers or instructors — outside LLB authorized activities. Any appearance or representations made by the participant of this information in any form shall be credited to LLB. LLB does not train other bike coaches unless they are working in LLB-authorized activities. If you are interested in becoming an LLB-certified instructor, please contact Lee McCormack at lee@leelikesbikes.com.

Lee Likes Bikes partners with The Fix Bike Shop to make sure you and your bike are dialed in. The Fix is on the north side of Valmont Rd., right next to the Valmont Bike Park.


Stoked riders

This section has gotten so big it now has it’s own page.

Check out comments and photos from stoked LLB clinic students >>>


February 15, 2008 : Posted In: : Comments (50)

50 Comments »

  1. joshG Says February 15, 2008 @ 2:06 pm

    Any chance you’ll be on the east coast this year? We’d love to have you.


  2. leelikesbikes Says February 15, 2008 @ 2:08 pm

    I really hope so. I might skip the MSCs this year in favor of the Pump Track Nation North American Tour.

    Besides … my wife wants to travel to new places!


  3. leelikesbikes Says February 15, 2008 @ 2:09 pm

    Anyone anywhere:

    If you have a crew and a some dates, email me, and let’s see what we can work out.


  4. Scott Barnard Says February 27, 2008 @ 11:03 am

    Will you be doing clinics at Sea Otter?


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  6. cgerald1 Says April 29, 2008 @ 4:09 am

    I second joshg’s comment….we’d love to see ya on the east coast this year. Hope you can make it.


  7. leelikesbikes Says April 29, 2008 @ 12:01 pm

    I’d love to get out there. lemme see what I can arrange.

    Where do you want me?


  8. cgerald1 Says June 3, 2008 @ 9:40 am

    Lee,

    Josh and I would love to see ya in Southern NH. The riding is solid in our area and there is a fair amount of interest in mountain biking in general.

    Chad


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  13. Mike Says May 21, 2009 @ 8:42 pm

    Hi Lee

    Loved Mastering MTB skills, taught me heaps, but also led me to discover heaps myself!

    Are you coming to the Worlds in Canberra?
    Would love to do one of your clinics here if you are??

    Cheers
    Mike


  14. leelikesbikes Says May 22, 2009 @ 6:44 am

    I’d LOVE to attend Worlds … but right now I’m rocking the World Championships of Double-Pregnant Wife

    It’s more of an endurance event … :)


  15. mike Says May 29, 2009 @ 4:52 am

    Great excuse! Have fun. Looks like I’ll just have to read your book again.

    Best wishes to Mrslikesbikes (the littlelikesbikeses)

    Cheers
    Mike


  16. dennis v Says June 1, 2009 @ 9:41 am

    Lee, loved the book. A few folks and I are putting together some basic training for beginners through nw-trail.org and will be using your book to help us help others. I was wondering if you have any plans to come to the Portland or Seattle area for any reason and would you be interested in private instruction while here. Also, would you have any additional resources to review to help others, common mistakes, teaching concepts, etc.
    Took the I-5 Collonade course in seattle and learned a ton. Any help is appreciated.


  17. Toh Says June 6, 2010 @ 10:33 pm

    Lee, any possibility of flying you down to Asia to coach a session?


  18. leelikesbikes Says June 7, 2010 @ 2:13 pm

    I’d love to.

    We’d need to set everything up ahead of time. Venues, clinics, students. That would be super fun. Email me at lee@leelikesbikes.com, and let’s set it up!


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    Just wanted to send you a quick note thanking you for the Team Evergreen Racing clinic a few weeks ago. Had a blast.

    Finally got around to updating the blog about the clinic. check it out

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    Thanks again

    Brian


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  23. leelikesbikes Says June 8, 2013 @ 2:44 pm

    Lee,

    Just wanted to say thanks again for the class for Karyn. I had this concept that it was going to be a revelation for her, but I didn’t fully believe it until I saw her jump into the pump track with our 4 y.o. with a huge grin and looking more aggressive than I’ve ever seen her on a bike.

    She’s psyched to get out an try her new skills and mentioned how when we get back to Fruita, Kessel Run will be a whole ‘nother experience.

    Scott


  24. Paul Allen Says December 9, 2013 @ 1:40 pm

    Had a great ride the other day.Thanks to your training I felt so much more confident.I really reccomend it to anyone who wants to improve.


  25. leelikesbikes Says December 9, 2013 @ 4:02 pm

    Thanks Paul!


  26. leelikesbikes Says March 7, 2014 @ 1:56 pm

    From Michael Hotten:

    hey Lee! first MTB race since my skills clinic and what do I go out and do? win. small field but we’ll take it. I was actually catching dudes on the descents. Attack position. Pump those berms and bumps! it all works folks. thanks Lee.
    —-

    Right on Michael. Great work!!


  27. leelikesbikes Says April 1, 2014 @ 10:23 am

    From David:
    —-

    Lee: Many thanks for the great session on Friday! We are all better and safer MTBikers than before – and having more fun!

    David


  28. Ed Mackey Says April 9, 2014 @ 9:29 am

    Are you planning any other clinics in CA this year? My wife and I would love to attend.


  29. leelikesbikes Says April 11, 2014 @ 5:29 pm

    Hey Ed,

    The next trip, at the end of May, is sold out. No other CA trips in the books right now. Where are you based? I have a coach in SoCal.


  30. leelikesbikes Says May 26, 2014 @ 3:31 pm

    Hey Lee,

    I really appreciate the way you adapted your coaching to help all of us despite our differing ability levels and I am totally stoked about what I learned in fact, I’m headed to Valmont again this afternoon to reinforce it :-)

    George


  31. leelikesbikes Says May 28, 2014 @ 6:22 am

    Lee,
    Thanks again for top notch instruction. Enduro clinic was so much fun and I’m looking forward to the next time.
    My friends all had a great time working with you in their private. I’m super stoked that my wife is stoked to ride. I think that was just the confidence builder she needed right outta the chute.
    Marty


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  33. leelikesbikes Says June 5, 2014 @ 1:46 pm

    From George, who is 63 years old:
    —-

    Lee-
    Pardon the pun, but I am just ‘pumped’ after the training day we had Monday in Santa Cruz! I will definitely be putting forth great effort to integrate those methods until they become 2nd nature.

    I learned so much about balance and body posture on the bike- it has also made me more aware of using my core muscles to maintain good balance and posture when off the bike, all day long.

    It was interesting that with all the pumping and jumping we did, my back was not sore at all that day or the next, and that makes a real difference when you’re dealing with a double-herniated disk!

    I remember one downhill section that was heavily rutted, loose, & rocky, that we took quite fast- I realized that by pumping my way through it, my whole attitude changed: instead of worrying about how I was going to navigate the ‘obstacles’ or if I would skid out, I was having fun pumping off small berms and ruts, increasing traction as needed so that I could flow through it with relative ease.

    It’s cool to now watch extreme Mt Bike videos and be able to identify what they are doing and know why.

    The bottom line for a guy my age is this: I feel that the more skill I have on my bike, the less likely I am to get hurt when I come across unexpected obstacles or difficult trails, and the more fun I’ll be having all the time.

    Thanks for bringing your training to California!

    George


  34. Trenton south Says July 14, 2014 @ 8:51 pm

    Hey lee. I should look into a lesson. I’m the guy who wiped out on the rock garden and soquel demonstration on Sunday in front of you and your class. I’d love to pick your brain. Maybe I can hook you up with some lights. I work at light and motion.

    Once again. Sweet bike dude

    Trenton.


  35. leelikesbikes Says July 16, 2014 @ 12:21 pm

    Lee

    Just wanted to get back to you and tell you what a big hit my Christmas present of lessons to my son Steve and my sons-in-law Matt and Lance was. They couldn’t believe how much it helped. Sounds like I should do a repeat this Christmas.

    Frank
    —-

    Frank right on! Yes, that sounds like a great Christmas present!


  36. leelikesbikes Says July 16, 2014 @ 12:29 pm

    Some nice comments from last weekend’s sessions in NorCal:

    —-

    Hey Lee,
    Thanks for the insight and a kick ass day. I am beat today so it was good. I know you do this for a living but I wanted to give you a little feedback. You are damn good and I felt like you were genuine and really interested in all if us. You are a good man, much more than you ride and I’m thankful I got to spend a day with you.

    All the best compadre,

    Pete

    —-

    Thanks! I had a great time on Sunday. It really made me think about how I ride. Can’t wait to get back on the trail.

    Trevor

    —-

    Hi Lee,

    That was a very well run clinic yesterday and I’m stoked to have things to work on. You have an amazing ability to clearly explain and demonstrate bike handling skills in a systematic way that is easy to follow and understand. Keep up the great work!

    Alex

    —-

    Lee,

    Thanks again for the great clinic. I appreciated your passion and patience! Check it out. Your sticker has made it on to the wall of fame in the garage (alongside Frozen)! Cheers.

    James

    —-

    Lee,

    I had a great time yesterday. Thanks for coming back for me. I need to work on fitness more; was fine until 1/2 way through, but ran out of energy; probably I was trying to go too fast and then that was it. Will be extending my rides more from normally one hour to two or three, but any suggestions to speed up the strength and aerobics?

    Today, I went back to the asphalt drill and figured out what you meant by “screwing” the bike into the ground; can”t wait to try it on the trails. Got that nice hum from the tires!

    Hope today went well, and thanks again!

    Roger

    —-

    Thanks for a great day Lee, i got a lot of stuff to work on for the next months.

    And thanks for the F6 book, great moves, i will incorporate a few i my workout.

    Cheers M


  37. leelikesbikes Says July 18, 2014 @ 12:23 pm

    From Anne P:

    —-

    Hi Lee, Kevin and Dustin,

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge and passion. I have greatly benefited and so wrote you a testimonial.

    Thank you!

    Anne

    My boyfriend and I took a Lee Likes Bikes Skills Clinic at Valmont with Kevin and Dustin. At first, we were not sure if this clinic would benefit both or us, me a beginner and him, a more advanced rider. Well, we both learned a lot. My boyfriend’s skills, speed and fun quotient exponentially increased. He surpassed barriers he didn’t even know he had. I use to ride in fear, calling up my courage to get through. After the clinic, I ride with much more confidence. Lee is brilliant, Kevin is a great instructor and Dustin is very supportive.

    My boyfriend had been trying to teach me the attack position for months. He would ride behind me and yell, “Bend your arms, Blah, Blah, Blah” and I would yell back, “I’m doing that!” This would go on for a while and we got no where. The clinic broke down every element of the attack position and had us practice under their supervision and watchful eyes. I got in the attack position for the first time and I GOT it! I leaned over to my boyfriend and said, “I’ve never been in this position before.” He looked at me with the exasperated “I’ve been trying to tell you this” face. My other big a-ha was learning how to turn. Before the clinic, when I was turning and my bike would start to lean, my brain would yell, “You are going to fall!” Then I would freak out and often fall. Kevin literally showed me how the tires want to lean and turn. Then we practiced and I understood that I had to stop freaking out and stopping the bike and tires from doing what they wanted to do. The idea that the feeling of leaning didn’t mean I was falling clicked and my brain stopped yelling at me.

    Really getting the attack position and learning not to equate leaning with falling has completely changed the way I ride. I’m still a beginner but I’m so impressed with myself these days. :) I’m so happy to have taken this clinic and am super excited about mountain biking. I highly recommend a Lee Likes Bikes Skills Clinic!


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