Colorado Adventure Guides is thrilled to offer our Intro to Mountain Biking Course again this Summer! We have designed this as an introductory course to help you learn the foundational skills necessary to mountain biking. In this 1-day course you will practice fundamentals such as bike and body positioning, shifting, braking, steering, climbing, descending and more!
Whether you just started getting into the sport or you have some experience and are looking to formalize your skills and progress, this course is for you!
Mountain biking is one of our favorite summer activities and we are not alone! While most of us have ridden on bikes since we were kids, bringing your bike into the mountain bike scene can open up a whole new world. In doing so, you want to make sure that you have the foundational skills to get you out there.
This is where our Intro to Mountain Biking course comes in. This 1-day course will be a hybrid of skills sessions and on-trail application to help you develop a solid foundation of skills to take with you on the rest of your mountain biking journey. Whether you just got a bike or are an experienced rider, this course should be your first step to developing or formalizing your biking skills.
Lead by our head mountain bike instructor, Sam Streletsky, our women’s specific courses are a great way to get out with likeminded people and have fun! Sam is a BICP Level 2 certified coach and loves to share her knowledge with others!
There are many places to mountain bike and there are different options for how you seek to get your instruction. Here at Colorado Adventure Guides, we pride ourselves on offering the best mountain bike education and guiding that you can get. We have amazing trails with a vast array of options for varying skill levels and abilities. To top that off, all of our mountain bike instructors are certified through the BICP, are intimate with the trails that we will be taking you on, and are passionate about delivering you the best experience possible!
Don’t have a bike? Don’t stress, we partner with a wide variety of rental shops in the county and can help you setup the best rental for you based on your location. For all of our mountain biking courses and guided rides we do require that you are on a bike with at least front suspension, front and rear brakes, and ideally a seat dropper post. Contact us for any questions!
Full Day (8 Hours)
$200/person. 2 person min.
5 Students : 1 Instructor
Summit County, CO and surrounding locations.
204 Ryan Gulch Rd
Silverthorne, CO 80498
Small pack for snacks
Synthetic Shorts or Pants
Light Rain Jacket
Bikes can be rented through us here at CAG. We will setup your rental for you at a partnering rental shop based on your location and where you will be riding at.
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Refunds will be honored for cancellations more than 14 DAYS PRIOR to a course or a camp start time. An administrative fee of 10% will be assessed for all cancellations.
Rescheduling will be honored 14 days prior to course start date. An administrative fee of 10% will be assessed for all rescheduling. This allows us the time to contact those who have been put on the wait-list.
All activities are Rain or Shine. In case of operator cancellation due to adverse or unsafe conditions prior to start time, first the operator will attempt to reschedule. If rescheduling is not possible, the client will receive a full refund. Operator, including guides in the field, reserve the right to shorten or reroute activity in the case of unmanageable hazards or inability of guest to complete the objective. Completion of objective-based routes is not guaranteed.
Students must be on a mountain bike with at least front suspension, front and rear brakes, flat pedals, and a seat dropper post is also strongly recommended.
No prior mountain biking experience is necessary for this course although you must be able to ride a bike on the road.
Colorado Adventure Guides is priority is keeping our patrons and students safe. Our instructors are trained to recognize potentially hazardous situations in the backcountry; they plan and operate accordingly. Prior to the start of any course or backcountry trip you will be asked to complete a brief health history. The failure to disclose pertinent information on the health history form could result in serious harm, even death, to the signing participant, other guests and/or the guide. All information submitted is completely confidential; it is for the guide’s use and would only be shared in the event of an emergency with medical and/or rescue personnel directly caring for the guest. This can be a physically demanding course, and your ability to enjoy the adventure depends on your health and fitness, thus it’s recommended that you are in good physical condition.
For those who would like to select all the members of their party, you may book a private group course. If you are interested, please let us know!
Your instructor will contact you at least 48 hours prior to the course to discuss meeting time and location. Location varies based on course, number of students, weather, and trail conditions.
Your instructors work hard before, during, and after your course to provide you with a great experience and while not expected, gratuities are always highly appreciated and if you had a safe, educational, and fun experience. Gratuities typically range from 15-20%.
Our courses tend to book up months in advance. It is strongly recommended that you reserve your spot soon than later!