Learn how to approach the rock slab found on Squamish black trails. We will go over braking techniques and the safe body position that is necessary to rock these features. We spend time on single black diamond trails. The goal is to test our skills on longer rock slabs and steeper rock rolls. We break down what to do before the slab on the slab and when exiting the slab.
This trail is intended for riders with experience riding rock who want to take their skills to the next level. If you’re unsure about your ability check out Rock Slabs 101.
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- May 14/21 6-8PM
I took an intermediate bike skills course with Jo, and had a great experience. You can tell Jo doesn't just love to ride bikes, but she also enjoys sharing that passion with others. Her classes are fun and Jo communicates how to do each skill in a way that's easy to understand. She gave me time to practice each new skill before hitting the trails.
Thank you for an awesome workshop last week! Ivan LOVED it, and we're all so stoked with his new cycling skills. I really appreciate you having the extra patience with him to help get him starting/stopping on his own. He's been riding every day since and bragging to everyone about his fancy new skills!
Absolute QUALITY service from start to finish. From my initial enquiry about prices and availability - with a prompt, friendly response from Dan. On arrival for my 3-hour guided trail tour, the chap organizing my bike noted that I'm from the UK so offered to switch the brakes to the UK set up for me! My guide, Nuno, could not have been better, offering me clear technical advice without overloading me and keeping the whole experience FUN - a really laid back bloke who let me find my feet and knew exactly where to go for my skill level... on the maze of un-signposted trails. If your a first-timer on the Squamish trails a guided tour is a must. The bike was superb quality and set up to my weight and height etc. A proper 5-star experience. Thank you.