Skills Training for Intermediate Riders - FREE!

Skills Training for Intermediate Riders - FREE!

Postby pat74 » Mon Apr 25, 2016 4:09 pm

Details of this Event here: http://bma1.ca/may-21-intermediate-skil ... opment.php
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Re: 2016-05-22 Skills Training for Intermediate Riders - FRE

Postby babzog » Tue May 10, 2016 4:42 pm

Interesting! What level of rider would you be accepting to turn into intermediate riders - Novice or intermediate?
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Re: 2016-05-22 Skills Training for Intermediate Riders - FRE

Postby KevinAnderson » Tue May 10, 2016 6:52 pm

I think some intermediates can't or haven't tried doing Steve Garnsey. I would expect an intermediate to be able to do Woody's wonderland and Transec, but with difficulty and maybe a bit of help on 1 or 2 hills. I expect there will be some riders at the training course that have never done any of the 3 trails I just listed.

Instead of guessing, I re-read the original post. Here's a quote "We will be helping riders develop their abilities to do the following: •ride tight single-track, (intermediate) level 3 trails". The 3 trails I mentioned above are level 5. Oriole lake trail is 3+.

This is my opinion/interpretation, so take it as that. A level 3 trail is the main loop for the Boogie on the Saturday and Sunday in dry conditions. This doesn't mean you won't fall or get stuck. But you should be able to turn around and redo the climb or get yourself unstuck.

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Re: 2016-05-22 Skills Training for Intermediate Riders - FRE

Postby rackatttack » Mon May 16, 2016 9:05 pm

Ok just to let everyone know that the intermediate skills training is going ahead this weekend on Sunday 9am at the church fields near high falls for those that can attend it is free and all you have to do is bring yourself, your bike, riding gear and a lunch and water to drink

what we are planning is some skills training followed by some riding and putting those skills into practice out on the trail
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Re: 2016-05-22 Skills Training for Intermediate Riders - FRE

Postby rackatttack » Mon May 16, 2016 9:20 pm

forgot to say don't forget to register
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Re: 2016-05-22 Skills Training for Intermediate Riders - FRE

Postby pat74 » Tue May 17, 2016 2:17 pm

Here is the google link for the training start location:

https://goo.gl/maps/RsH8SJCwW6B2
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Re: 2016-05-22 Skills Training for Intermediate Riders - FRE

Postby Aube » Sun May 22, 2016 5:30 pm

Big Thanks to Dave, Kenny and Pat for the skills camp today. It was a great time, always great to learn a few new tricks.

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Re: 2016-05-22 Skills Training for Intermediate Riders - FRE

Postby Jason63 » Tue May 24, 2016 3:08 pm

Big thanks to the trainers and organizers on the training we had a super day on the bikes.
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Re: Skills Training for Intermediate Riders - FREE!

Postby barbotte » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:20 pm

hey i just try to register for the intermediere skill training day on may 20 and it said close !! is it close because it full already or close because it has not been open yet for the 2017
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Re: Skills Training for Intermediate Riders - FREE!

Postby KevinAnderson » Fri Feb 17, 2017 12:07 am

Hello,

I believe the registration just hasn't been reset from last year. I've sent an email to the site admin to look into. Should have a response shortly.

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Re: Skills Training for Intermediate Riders - FREE!

Postby KevinAnderson » Sat May 20, 2017 2:41 pm

The Intermediate rider training is a go for tomorrow Sunday May 21st.

I wanted to send out an email to all the registered participants, but my computer has crapped out on me and that's the only spot I have a list of the registrants.

***Also, if you haven't registered. We've had a lot of cancellations. So if you were thinking of coming, head on out.

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Re: Skills Training for Intermediate Riders - FREE!

Postby barbotte » Sat May 20, 2017 8:06 pm

your funny ... you asking for other to joint and dont give direction lol ..good think i know where i am going ...
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Re: Skills Training for Intermediate Riders - FREE!

Postby KevinAnderson » Sat May 20, 2017 8:13 pm

Directions are on the Intermediate training page.

http://bma1.ca/may-21-intermediate-skil ... opment.php
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