All Day Flow
Learn more about course difficulty
Smooth is fast, choosing good lines and staying composed will help you link corners and technical features helping you achive the flow state. This all day course will help you work on these techniques and also introduce some jumps into the mix. This course will be on a mix of blue and red trails and will feature elements of our jumps and corners course. The course will start at 10am, include a lunch break and finish at 4pm. We recommend that riders arrive for 9.30am to ensure your are ready to start for 10am. Full Face helmets are mandatory.
This course will use Blue 'Intermediate' & Red 'Advacned' trails where suitable for the group.
- Carry more speed
- Find and maintain grip
- Identify & utilise effective braking
- Pump and accelerate through corners
- Ride smoothly through technical sections
- Introduction to Jumps
You need to be 17 years old to attend coaching on your own and must be 14 years or older if accompanied by an adult (The accompanying adult must also be booked onto the same course). Private bookings for younger children can be arranged.
Below are some guidelines on the difficulty of our courses, it is designed to ensure you do not book on a course that is too difficult for you.
These are the minimum requirements to ensure that the group functions effectively. If your skills are above the minimum requirement you can still book on and learn a lot from a course. For example you may ride black runs weekly but have a skills gap regarding corners. Carving Corners is an intermediate course and is therefore suitable for you as an advanced rider.
Beginner – For riders who are new to mountain biking or wish to learn on our Green trails.
Intermediate – For riders who can ride Blue trails at BikePark Wales.
Advanced – For riders who can confidently ride Red trails at BikePark Wales.
Expert – For riders who can confidently ride Black trails at BikePark Wales
If you are unsure whether this course is for you please contact our head coach at email@example.com
Book this course