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An event coffee and cycling coaching company
 
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Coaching

 
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We offer individual sessions or courses of mountain bike or mechanical tuition. Rachael, our lead coach is a British Cycling qualified coach with a great deal of cycling experience to draw on. 

Adam is MIAS qualified and able to coach sessions and lead groups of cyclists, plus teach groups or individuals the basics of bike mechanics. Together we are equipped to coach and tutor on a one to one and group basis over a variety of topics and skills whether this be in a private, a workplace or a school setting.

 

Our Coaching

 
 

British Cycling Level 2 Coaching instructors

 

MIAS qualified leaders- guided rides

 

MIAS maintenance courses

We offer one to one sessions or group sessions for any ages whether this be on a one off basis with a personal goal in mind or a course of sessions to brush up on some techniques.

Get in touch to chat to us about your riding and what you’d like to gain from the coaching.

We look forward to riding with you!

 
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Coaching

 
 

Private Sessions

We offer specific courses covering important trail skills, you check out the options below.

We also offer tailored courses to suit all abilities, if you have a specific goal in mind then we can design a session or a series of sessions around that goal and, of course, achieving it!





Boost Basics

This course breaks down the core mountain bike skills in to easy to handle chunks, we call it the Boost Basics because we like alliteration but, fear not, it’s not basic. It’s a 3 hour course that will set you in good stead to progress your riding, safe in the knowledge that you are in the correct position and are using the correct techniques. The course is suitable for complete beginners and for those who are regularly riding blue trails, who want to progress to riding red trails.

The course covers:

  • Bike set up and suspension check

  • The ‘ready’ and ‘attack’ position

  • Braking

  • Introduction into cornering

  • Correct gear selection

  • Climbing position

Pricing:

  • One rider - £90

  • Group session - £45 per rider

 

Boosting Up

Boosting Up is our mountain bike course for intermediate riders, it’s for those who are riding red trails and who might be struggling with particular trail features or who want to go faster and progress to riding black trails and downhill tracks. This 3 hours course will enable to you become more confident with handling whatever the trail throws at you, it’ll help you maintain flow and make more use of the traction on offer to you.

The course covers:

  • Tackling steep descents

  • Advanced cornering

  • Bunnyhops

  • Pumping

  • Maintaining flow

  • Tricky trail features

Pricing:

  • One rider - £90

  • Group session - £45 per rider

 

E- Boost

E-boost is our course for electric mountain bikes! Its for e-mtb’ers that have just bought an e-bike and want to learn how to get the best from it or riders that want to brush up on riding skills and apply them to riding an e-mtb. This 3 hour course covers everything you need to know about e-biking from set up, controls, managing power and tackling trail features too.

This course covers:

  • Set-up and e-bike care

  • Taking charge of the controls

  • Adapting to using the power

  • Good climbing technique

  • Descending on steeper terrain

  • Learning to leave the ground

    Pricing:

    • One rider - £90

    • Group session - £45 per rider

 
 
 

COACHING IN SCHOOLS

 
 

We offer a unique cycling course tailored specifically for groups of school students. Our course is designed around using the school environment and focuses on the basics of cycling with a mountain biking flavour. The course is designed to take place during school term time with hourly sessions over a 6 week period. To maximise learning time we limit the hour sessions to 12 riders but are used to running consecutive sessions so the whole class can participate in smaller groups! Our sessions are interactive with lots of games and challenges to compound the skills learnt.

A brief overview of the course is as follows, please get in touch for detailed session plans.

  • Week 1 - Cone of movement and the ‘ready’ position

  • Week 2 - Gear selection for climbing climbing body positions

  • Week 3 - Descending braking

  • Week 4 - Cornering and line choice

  • Week 5 - Manipulating points of contact and slow speed balance

  • Week 6 - Riding in groups, riding on the trails and racing

 
 
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Get in touch to discuss our courses.

 
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