Let’s ‘dial in’ our cornering skills! This is an intro session to advanced cornering designed for riders with a solid foundation who are comfortable riding intermediate to advanced trails.
Every corner is different and we will build on your existing foundational skills to allow you to be more confident tackling any corner. With this in mind, we will discuss and progress skills such as:
- body positioning & balancing,
- trail scanning,
- and more…
1 session – 3 hours
- Wednesday July 26 – 5:30-8:30pm
- Wednesday, Aug 30 – 5:00-8:00pm
- Sunday, Sept 24 – 1:00-4:00pm
As with all Dialed In programs, we review the fundamentals, start small and gradually progress as we get comfortable with the new skills. We always prioritize safety and a fun & supportive environment.
Prerequisite: Blue Fundamentals 4-pack or equivalent riding experience – please contact us if you are unsure if this lesson is for you.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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"I'm a rookie at MTB but with a lot of history riding around forests on bikes when younger, so I tend to tackle trails and features with zero knowledge, 100% instinct, so I decided to go get some professional instruction to see how I can up my game. The instructor was great and I really enjoyed the lesson and the chats we had on the climb up. I definitely discovered a few bad habits that I was able to pay attention to and hopefully have now rectified, and the instructor really helped me to understand how to take time to get off the bike and walk features, observing them from many angles before attempting them for the first time, picking a line according to my ability - this has given me a lot of confidence, culminating in me nailing a major rock roll the day after that I would have never tried before. Definitely worth it. Can't recommend enough."
"A perfect way to tire out the kids! We mountain biked one day and the next (we were too tired) we got them dirt jumpers and saw another fantastic side of the Squamish bike community."