Climbing Clinic

Climb like a goat up the technical gnar

Let’s face it, you hate climbing. It’s OK to admit it.

TECHNICAL LEVEL:

20%

ENDURANCE LEVEL:

30%

RIDEHUB PROGRESSION:

40%

Buying that $12k E-bike isn’t going to make you any better at climbing the uphill jank so you might as well save that cash and buy some lessons. The saying goes “Climbing never gets easier, you just get faster” but we think we can make it easier. In this mountain bike climbing clinic, we will focus on the tips and techniques you can use to make you a more capable technical climber so you spend more time pedaling up hill instead of falling up hill. This clinic will help you with negotiating technical uphill switchbacks as well as getting you and your bike over obstacles while climbing. We know it doesn’t sound glamourous, but any time spend on the bike as opposed to walking is a win in our books.

Our expert instructors use a unique and differentiated approach to coaching that takes elements from each of the major industry coaching methodologies, something you can only get from RideHub.

If you have been struggling to rail those berms or have a tendency to wash out on gravel turns, book this camp, you won’t regret it.

The important details:

SEASON: Feb - Nov
DURATION: 3 Hour Lesson
LOCATION: Squamish
MAX RATIO: 6 Clients to 1 Guide
MINIMUM AGE: 12 years
PRICE: $109.00+tax

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