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  • You can comfortably ride intermediate (blue) trails and roll intermediate (blue) 2-3 feet roll-downs
  • You can also ride some advanced (black) trails
  • You wish to master intermediate (blue) jumps and drops, or progress towards harder advanced (black) trails
  • You have already taken the intermediate riding course, OR you have solid fundamentals in position, mobility and braking
  • You feel that your progression is stagnating and you wish to learn how to jump safely and in control
  • You answered YES to most of these questions? This clinic is for you. If you are unsure and have any questions, please contact us

    Learning to fly

    Description :  Jumps and drops are without a doubt the most enjoyable techniques to master. Whether it’s a natural obstacle on a trail or a jump or drop on a flow trail, the technique is the same. This allows for a more playful and dynamic style to express yourself on the trail. You will have the opportunity to break down the maneuvers leading to a bunnyhop. You will then be able to apply these maneuvers in jumps and drops. After successfully rolling modules, you will gradually be able to take air. This is where the fun starts !

    Lesson format : In this intermediate/advanced clinic, we will learn and practice (when possible) in a bike park. We learn passive and active pressure in a safe environment and then learn the basics of a jump and a break. As you progress, more advanced obstacles will follow.

    Coach:  Your coach will be certified level II air or trail module and first aid 20h or 40h in remote area.

    Terrain air: The progressive bike parks at Mont Oak and Ski Bromont, the Sauce piquante and Gold City in Sentiers du Moulin