|September 3, 2011 – September 5, 2011|
|Golden, CO, USA [large map] 39.7555, -105.221|
|Mountain, Cross country, skills, women, female, camp, clinic|
Want to have more fun on the trails? Want to be more efficient and mountain bike with more confidence? Still find yourself hoping to make some corners, getting nervous in tight switchbacks or feeling lucky, not skilled after that technical section? Gene Hamilton and his team of professional coaches know how you feel, because they have all been there. Just like any other sport, to ride with skill you need proper technique.
This comprehensive 3 day camp will help you with both the mental and physical sides of mountain biking. The goal is to help you reach your potential by teaching you the core skills of mountain biking and the drills to master these skills. These are the non-intuitive skills that still eluded Gene after 15 years of riding and kept him from reaching his potential. Learning and becoming proficient at these skills will allow you to ride in balance and in control making you a more efficient and confident rider.
Share a great riding and learning experience with other woman riders. BetterRide women’s only camps cover the same core skills as my co-ed camps in a supportive, non-judgmental atmosphere of an all-women’s course. This can be very beneficial as it invites students to push their limits without feeling intimidated.
At BetterRide Gene and his coaches truly enjoy helping riders progress and would love to share these techniques and the drills for practicing, getting good at and eventually mastering these techniques with you. This is the most fun and informative mountain bike school you will ever attend. Sign up for a Camp and start riding up to your potential!
For more information on this camp and others visit http://BetterRide.net and be sure to check out our student reviews section to see what other riders have to say about our camps.
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