Early Release Mountain Bike Program

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Early Release Mountain Bike Program

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* New 3 hour program*

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Early Release Mountain Bike Program

Give your child the opportunity to learn new mountain bike skills and explore the great outdoors. We create fun, practice team work and build confidence on the trails and learn to ride challenging obstacles.

   *We have made changes to our Thursday Early Release Program*

With the skills taught by the coaches at March Northwest your child will progress and build on the fundamental skills before we move on to the trails. Skills are taught in a progression series to help develop your child's mountain bike riding. The skills are broken down and taught in a graduated fashion, where each new skill builds on a previous skills.

Each rider will be taught and how to master the basic fundamental movement with braking. Then moving into climbing and descending with dismounts and restarts, understanding gearing, and braking. Learn control and balancing techniques for slow speed riding, single track riding, tight turns, switchbacks and riding bridges and skinnies. 

*Age: 7-13 ( 6 years old welcome if they can ride Lost Giants trail )

*Ability: ALL - we break into groups based on ability

*Time: Thursdays 1:30pm - 4:30pm

*Prices: Monthly package $100 for 4 clinics or $35 each. 

*Class size limited: we are limited to a max of 20 students

*Meet Location: Samish Way parking lot - before Galbraith Lane

DEADLINE: Registration closes 9pm night prior

Please come prepared with snacks, water, extra layers, properly prepared bike, and pack to carry their things in. 

We love to ride in lots of changeable weather, but for the safety of our riders and trails we will cancel due to the following; Heavy rains, high wind, Freezing temperatures, and delicate trail conditions.

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All riders must abide by the code of conduct