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RENDEZVOUS MOUNTAIN BIKE CAPITAL USA™ WEEKEND

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  1. WPFC

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    Come join us for an epic 3 day weekend in Winter Park, Colorado
    Mountain Bike Capital USA™ | July 28-30


    Brush up your mountain bike skills and learn from and ride with Alison Powers and ALP Cycles Coaching along with other high-level mountain bike coaches / professional riders who will offer personalized training and skills clinics for you, your friends, and for everyone! Become a more confident bike rider by dialing in your bike handling skills, confidence, and fitness. This clinic is for all riders, all abilities.

    Coaching: Come ride with Alison Powers (5 x National Champion, USA Cycling Level 2 coach, grew up in Fraser). Other coaches include: Alison Dunlap (2001 world mtn bike champion, USA Cycling Level 1 coach), Ann Trombley (2000 Olympian, USA Cycling Level 1 coach), and Sarka Ruzickova Swenson (Mountain Bike and skills Coach).

    Participants Receive:

    • Drink ticket and lunch ticket at Hideaway Park
    • Coaching lessons and organized rides
    • Mountain Bike T-shirt & hat
    • Sunday Fitness in the Park
    • Discounted ticket to Winter Park Resort and Granby Ranch
    Friday Schedule

    • 9:30am-12:15pm: Ability / agility rides with coaches option
    • 3:30 pm: Meet and Greet with pre-ride meeting & coaches corner at Hideaway Park to get placed in your group riding skills
    • 4-6pm: Skills Camp including drills and fun obstacle courses (same as Sat morning, pick 1 or come to both).
      • Learn and practice basic to intermediate mountain bike skills that will help make you a more confident mountain biker. Topics include: body position, vision, cornering, climbing how-to, wheelies and manuals, and confident descending.
      • How to set-up your bike for optimal riding: tire pressure, tire type, bike fit, brake level reach/adjustment, and suspension set up to riders weight and riding style
    • 6pm: Hospitality reception at Hideaway Park brought to you by Rendezvous (please RSVP online when you register)
    Saturday Schedule:

    • 8am: Breakfast snacks with coffee welcome at the Rendezvous tent at Hideaway Park
    • 9:15am: Meet and Greet with pre-ride meeting & coaches corner at Hideaway Park to get placed in your group riding skills
    • 9:30am-12pm: Optional family ecological fun ride including bike decorating at Rendezvous and ecological stops along the Fraser River Trail
    • 9:30pm-12:15pm: Ability/agility rides with coaches
    • 9:45am-11:45pm: Skills Camp including drills and fun obstacle courses (same as Fri afternoon, pick 1 or come to both).
      • Learn and practice basic to intermediate mountain bike skills that will help make you a more confident mountain biker. Topics include: body position, vision, cornering, climbing how-to, wheelies and manuals, and confident descending.
      • How to set-up your bike for optimal riding: tire pressure, tire type, bike fit, brake level reach/adjustment, and suspension set up to riders weight and riding style
    • 12-2pm: Lunch & beer along with milling about with the stars
    • 1pm: Alison Powers talk
    • 2pm: get placed in appropriate ability group
    • 2:30pm-5:30pm: Ability/agility rides with coaches
    • Colorado Freeride fun at Winter Park Resort in the afternoon including vendors and intergalactic pond crossing. (Leave from Hideaway Park and ride the Fraser River Trail past Epic Mountain Sports for great discounts)
    Sunday Schedule:

    • 9-10am: Yoga in Hideaway Park
    • Discount ticket for Winter Park Resort or Granby Ranch

    Visit mountainbikecapitalusa.com for more!
     

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