Single-Track Mountain Bike Instruction Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC
Learn the basics or practice more advanced technical riding skills with our expert instructors. Introductory and Advanced Mountain Biking Maryland courses take place at Schaeffer Farms, Black Hills Regional Park, Seneca Creek State Park in Montgomery County, Maryland – all are great places to learn cross-country mountain biking skills. Mountain Biking Maryland provides a crash-course in the fast-paced and fun sport of cross-country mountain biking.
Cycling Xtreme!- (3 – 6 hours) In this Introduction to Mountain Biking, new and improving riders will practice fundamental mountain biking skills at the trails around Schaeffer Farms, in Germantown, Maryland. This popular single-track course is known for variety of terrain, with good hill-climbs and descents, the occasional log-jump obstacle, and lots of great twisting and turning trails. There’s plenty of opportunities to practice the skills that will take your ride from good to great.
- Fitting a bike and safe riding rules
- Balance, braking, shifting
- Hill climbing and descent
- Front-end lift (‘pop a wheelie’ over a log)
- Picking a line (skillful maneuvering over challenging terrain)
Skill-Builder Clinic (for Intermediate Riders) Following your riding history and goals interview, your guide will develop a curriculum that focuses on the key skills that you wish to learn. During this 2 to 4-hour private session your guide will demonstrate the skills, provide the means to practice these skills, and offer valuable feedback on the progress you make towards improving those skills throughout the clinic.
Advanced skills suggestions:
- fast corners
- efficient peddle stroke
- bomber downhills
- bunny hops
Learn to Ride before your Mountain Bike Instructional -
Still learning to ride a bike, or haven’t ridden since your single-speed coaster bike (you know, the one with the pedal brake action)? Not to worry. GO-Adventures has teamed up with The Bicycle Place down in Silver Spring, MD to provide a “How to Ride” clinic. You’ll meet your instructor down at their location for a half-hour/hour on-bike instructional. After practicing for a few minutes on their closed course (parking lot), you’ll take a break to let things sink in.
Contact Eriq Powers for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org
Who can benefit from our adventure sports instruction programs:
- School groups
- Not-for-profit groups
- Religious groups
- Small businesses
- Government agencies
- Sports teams
- Fraternities and sororities
- Birthday parties
- And more…