BluBird MTB offers a variety of lessons & sessions for different riding levels and goals. If you’re looking to improve your ride and feel more confident on trail, you can find the support and resources you need right here. We want you to have more fun on your bike and enjoy the amazing trails our Valley has to offer.
CUSTOM GROUP SESSIONS
Full Day (6 hrs) $175/person
Half Day (3 hrs) $100/person
Custom Group Sessions are for 5+ riders designed to meet the riding ability and goals of your group. You choose the time, the place, the goals and the group and we provide the coaching (based upon availability). Please complete our Custom Group Inquiry Form so we can learn more about you and best accommodate your needs.
$25/hr for each additional person
Private Lessons are for 1- 4 riders with all instruction tailored to the riders needs and goals. Please complete our Private Lesson Inquiry Form so we can learn more about you, help you meet your goals and find a time and location for your lesson.
Check out our upcoming BluBird Sessions. These events are open to all riders, men, women and kids. BluBird MTB Sessions begin with the fundamentals and then tailor instruction to the ability level of those in the group, grouping riders by ability and goal. Sessions begin with the development of skills on flat ground and obstacles and work up to applying skills on single track.
Here are some options for private lessons
Mountain Biking 101: If you are just starting to mountain bike - this is the most important lesson you can take. Gotta build that foundation first!
Climbing: Learn about cadence, body position sitting or standing, and body relaxation
Downhill/Obstacles: Learning how to properly use your brakes for momentum, using steady vision for better line choices, using manuals to do small drops.
Wheelies: Two types | Two levels. Wheelies help when needing to get over rocks, logs, or any trail obstacles
Bunny Hops: They’re just fun! Plus helpful on the trail. Learn the safe way how to move your weight on a bike.
Switchbacks and Cornering: Having a tough time getting through some tight turns/berms? Learn line choices, vision options and body positions.
Needing Speed: Learning how to manage your momentum by pumping, being dynamic on your bike, and releasing those brakes.