Moab has been a bucket-list mountain bike destination for decades, and the new bike-specific trails are just incredible.

Join us Oct. 22-25, 2015 or April 21-24, 2016 to master kung fu riding skills and enjoy the most satisfying riding of your life.

Overview

Four days of riding and learning. Camp runs Thursday afternoon through Sunday afternoon.

Maximum 4:1 rider to coach ratio.

Enjoy personalized skills instruction with top coaches Lee McCormack and Kevin Stiffler.

Interactive lectures on nutrition, recovery and training physiology.

Recovery services from REVO Physiotherapy & Sports Performance. Ride strong (and feel great) day after day with the Pro treatment.

A bike mechanic will make repairs and adjustments while you relax. We will have basic parts on hand.

Accommodations at Holiday Inn Express are included (two people per room).

Breakfast and lunches are included.

Get awesome photos of you riding world class trails.

Ride your bike on fantastic trails with like-minded shredders!

When you sign up, we’ll show you how to optimize your cockpit for ultimate control. Be ready before you get to Moab.

Our spring 2015 camp was awesome. Read all about it >>>

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Moab, UT
April 21-24, 2016

$2,200 includes instruction, recovery, mechanic, lodging, breakfast, lunch and photographer

$1,800 includes instruction, mechanic, lunch and photographer

Use a button below to pay with Paypal balance, credit card or bank account. You do not need a Paypal account.

By signing up for this camp, you agree to our policies. If you want to cancel your attendance at this camp, you must email lee@leelikesbikes.com within 14 days of the camp start. After that time, there will be no refund, but you can give your spot to someone else.

Sign up for LLB Moab Camp April 2016 : $2,200 full service >>>

Sign up for LLB Moab Camp April 2016 : $1,800 no lodging, recovery or breakfast >>>

Questions? Want to pay with a credit card over the phone? Email lee@leelikesbikes.com.


Ardell nails a big, rocky line (on a hardtail and flats!) during the LLB Spring 2015 camp.

Planed schedule
Subject to change, of course!

Thursday

Noon to 2 p.m. – Meet and greet at hotel. Lunch and lecture on kung fu shred theory.

2:30 to 5 p.m. – Bike check. Short group ride.

Dinner on your own.

Recovery!

Friday

Breakfast at the hotel

9 a.m. to 3 p.m. – Skills session and trail ride (lunch at the trail).

Training lecture at the hotel.

Dinner on your own.

Recovery!

Saturday

Breakfast at the hotel

All day: Big ride. We will shuttle the Whole Enchilada if conditions permit. Lunch on the trail.

Training lecture at the hotel.

Dinner on your own.

Recovery!

Sunday

Breakfast at the hotel

9 a.m. to 2 p.m. – Group ride.


LLB coach Judd Zimmerman rocks lower Porcupine Rim.

Skills!

We’ll have plenty of time to help everyone reach their individual goals. Expect to learn all about:

Riding position
Effective braking
Advanced cornering
Advanced pumping
Technical climbing
Technical descending
Dropping and jumping
Whatever else we get into


Riding up and down ledges is a critical Moab skill. Gina rocks upward during the LLB Spring 2015 camp.

What you need to bring

An all-mountain, enduro or aggressive trail bike. Moab’s trails are best enjoyed with modern suspension and geometry. If you don’t have a bike, you can rent one in town.

Your normal riding gear, including protective gear and clothes for any weather.

Decent fitness. This is more about love and skills than hammering each other.

An open mind!

About the team

Lee McCormack

Lee (the Lee in Lee Likes Bikes) is a world renowned skills author and instructor, as well as the skills development director for the National Interscholastic Cycling Association. He has trained thousands of riders, including beginners, pros and high school coaches throughout the United States. His books and website are helping riders worldwide have more fun on their bikes.
Learn more about Lee >>>

Lester Pardoe

Lee’s personal coach and co-author of Prepare to Pin It, Lester is an Exercise Physiologist and Coach with 27 years of professional coaching experience with everyday riders, pros and Olympians. As an athlete, he qualified for three Olympics in speedskating and has ridden his bikes in the BC Bike Race, Trans Alps, Leadville 100, La Ruta, Cape Epic and Trans Rockies. Lester loves to shred – and he loves to help riders reach their goals.
Learn more about Lester >>>

Kevin Stiffler

Kevin is a special blend of intellectual giant and physical badass. He has an A.S. in Mechanical Engineering, a B.S. in Applied Technology Education and a Masters in Online Education; he is currently pursuing his PhD. in Curriculum Development. He is a highly skilled rider with a strong background in BMX and freestyle, and he is an excellent teacher.
Learn more about Kevin >>>

Andy Somerville

Andy Somerville is a seasoned Lee Likes Bikes coach who helps riders of all ages improve their efficiency and performance. As a founding coach and a director for the SoCal High School Cycling League, Andy has helped scores of teens win races and simply finish races in one piece. When you work with Andy, you are getting a whole lot of experience plus excellent kung fu.
Learn more about Andy >>>

REVO Physiotherapy & Sports Performance


These boots squeeze yuck out of your legs like that last bit of toothpaste, and you feel great the next morning! Fred was stoked at the LLB Spring 2015 camp.


Dane works out some kinks in Phil’s impressive legs. Phil’s been on a Strava KOM tear since the LLB Spring 2015 camp.

REVO has established a new model for injury prevention, injury recovery and athletic performance: One place where athletes can get the kind of care they need, when they need it, with an absolute focus on the patient. REVO was founded by three smart, educated shredders:
• Dr. Brian Briggs, DPT, SCS, ATC, CSCS
• Dr. Dane DeLozier, PT, DPT, ATC, NASM-PES
• Dr. Matthew Smith, DPT, DPT, CSCS, USAW
These guys keep Lee and Kevin running, and they do wonders for our clients. In Moab they will treat you to pro-level compression boots then give you 1:1 soft tissue work. They’ll also teach you how to take care of yourself. Thanks to REVO, we’ll all be riding strong — day after day!
Learn more about REVO >>>

Additional LLB coaches will be on site to ensure you’re learning and having fun.

Assorted rider quotes from the LLB Spring 2015 camp

“I think what you’re doing is absolutely awesome. Truly awesome. I wish I’d have learnt of your classes and camps earlier. It seems like there is nobody else out there trying to do it right. … Absolutely amazing in the progression from ‘No chance of me riding that in this lifetime, up or down,’ to ‘that was easy and totally rad, let me go do it again'”
Phil from SoCal


Phil was this stoked on Day 1, and even more stoked by Day 4.

“It was a great experience overall. I like how the training dispelled a lot of bad habits I learned before coming to this camp. I liked the challenging nature of the camp and doing it on difficult, expert-level trails in a prominent mountain biking hub in the U.S. This experience is good for all levels of mountain biking from beginner to expert–no matter who you are, you are always constantly learning to be better. … I like how Lee has continued to be invested in my improvement after the camp via e-mail. It says a lot about how passionate he is about his work.”
Carlos from Columbia


Carlos was the Most Improved rider. I’m so glad he stuck with us and got to enjoy this moment of glory!

“I think Kevin, Lester and Lee are great coaches. They all have different styles of riding and athletic backgrounds, but bring a lot to the table. I did like how Lee was always patient during/throughout the camp and responded to my questions in my e-mail before and even after the camp. I like how all coaches gave us the opportunity to be better mountain bikers after leaving the camp. I like how they are all down-to-earth and willing to talk about everything from training as well as normal everyday conversation.”
Neil from New Mexico


Neil is an accomplished Ironman triathlete. After this camp, he announced he’s riding flat pedals for at least a year — and switching to XTERRA off-road tris.

“The complexity of mountain biking broken down into chewable pieces of information to be applied for immediate successful results. … Kevin was incredibly patient and his willingness to teach and answer questions made him invaluable. … Lester did a wonderful job with the logistics of keeping camp going, and I can’t wait to see all of his pictures. Pretty impressive to ride with such equipment. Great lecture on nutrition and training; I want to hear it again. … Lee kept explanations as simple as possible and pushed me to engage at a higher level. I love the way philosophy, math, physics, anatomy and physiology, and humanities comes together.”
Ardell from Arizona


Ardell was rocking a brand new Pivot Les … and loving it.

“I learned a few things and got a much better feel for some techniques I’d never really got before. I did a ride the day after the camp and felt things were really coming together, and I was riding better than I ever had before. I’m super stoked to go ride like this on my home trails now!”
Jeff from NorCal

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Moab, UT

Oct. 22-25, 2015
and
April 21-24, 2016

$2,200 includes instruction, recovery, mechanic, lodging, breakfast, lunch and photographer

Use the button below to pay with Paypal balance, credit card or bank account. You do not need a Paypal account.

By signing up for this camp, you agree to our policies. If you want to cancel your attendance at this camp, you must email lee@leelikesbikes.com within 14 days of the camp start. After that time, there will be no refund, but you can give your spot to someone else.

Sign up for LLB Moab Camp April 2016 >>>

Questions? Want to pay with a credit card over the phone? Email lee@leelikesbikes.com.