This one-day women’s clinic will include about 6 hours of teaching time. We’ll work on fundamentals of body positioning, weighting, pressure control, balance, moving the bike, using the brakes. Then move on to some specific practice like cornering, lifts and drops. We’ll have some time to practice on obstacles, then move on to the trail and session a few technical spots to test out skills in the real world.
Sue’s mountain bike career was born in the mud bogs and slippery rocks of Canaan Valley, West Virginia. She raced professionally for many years, is a multiple-time national champion and Pan American champ, and is the 2019 Masters Enduro National Champion. She loves teaching mountain bike skills, especially to women and kids through day and weekend camps and private lessons. Sue is a great teacher who believes the essence of mountain biking is being outside, moving our bodies, loving nature and riding with friends. You’ll come away from this clinic feeling energized and excited about getting out on your bike to shred!
In 2023, we are super excited to be able to offer 2 clinics with Sue.
May 21st Intro. clinic– This clinic is intended for folks who have spent a little time on a mountian bike and want to learn the basics. It is not intended for someone who has not mountain biked before.
June 11th Intermediate clinic – This clinic is intended for those who have been riding for a while, and are looking to sharpen skills such as hopping rocks, cornering, and generally improved bike handling.
Bring your bike, your helmet, and any other safety equipment you normally use while riding. We highly encourage you to bring your own bike and to make sure it is in good working condition. We do have a limited number of mountain bikes available for rent, so please call us to make rental arrangements in advance.
See you on the trails!
Trip Time - Days
Check In Location Ohiopyle, PA
Mountain bike, Helmet, Gloves, Knee Pads, Medication, Sunscreen, Comfortable Quick-Dry Clothing