Clinics in SoCal June 9 and 10

Dudes! I’ll be out there to work on the BMX book, and I’ll be teaching clinics at Southridge Park and the San Juan Trail on Monday, June 9 and Tuesday, June 10.

This is a great opportunity to improve your skills, increase your confidence, kick more ass and have more fun.

Do this — you’ll be stoked!

Chris of the InCycle Race Team rails a turn during a Southridge clinic.

What: We will cover the essentials — position, braking, cornering, pump and saying “braaap!” — then we’ll session the local terrain. Finally rail that one section on that one trail. Bring whichever bike you want.

When: 5 p.m. ’til dark

How much: Public clinics are $200 per rider. Includes a core-skills handout and a copy of Mastering Mountain Bike Skills. Minimum of three riders.

Pick your session:

– Southridge Park, Fontana. June 9. Cool 4X track, lots of trails.

– San Juan Trail, San Juan Capistrano. June 10. An amazing, twisty singletrack.


To reserve your spot, Paypal $200 to

Tell me which session you want, your age, your riding style and what you hope to get out of the session.

Private sessions: I’m available early in the day and over the weekend for private or small group sessions. This is the A-1 best way to improve your kung fu. Email me to set that up.

Questions or no Paypal? Email

The bottom of the San Juan Trail. Learn to rock those switchbacks!

More info: Skills Clinics with Lee

7 replies
  1. ian says:


    How bout some love clinics for norcal!?? We need your guidance, braaaap and kung fuu too!

  2. leelikesbikes says:

    Norcal … I could rock one on Wednesday, June 11.

    I would need five people guaranteed at $200 each. If we can set that up, let’s rock it.

  3. leelikesbikes says:

    Jason: Yes. I know what you’re thinking, too. Braaap! Dude, I haven’t ridden moto in almost a year.

    I’m trying to get a NorCal clinic together. If that works, we may finally ride!

  4. Chris says:

    Norcal? Perfect.

    $200? No worries.

    Wednesday? Now there’s the source of anguish…

    What level would it be catered to? According to your book (level or kung fu points)?

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