BPW Progression Sessions (Winter)
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New for 2023, our BPW Progression Sessions are designed to help our clients learn new skills and build confidence over 4 sessions spread over 4 months.
Winter - Booking November 4th books you in for November 12th, December 2nd, January 6th & February 3rd (9:30am starts).
Autumn - Booking August 12th books you in for August 12th, September 9th, October 7th & November 11th (9:30am starts).
By booking this course you are committing to the series of dates detailed above. Dates cannot be moved or re-scheduled and cancelations or refunds will only be applicable for the entire course series in line with our T&Cs.
The first sessions will focus on Body Position, Braking, Cornering and will give our coaches a chance gauge your ability and understand your needs as a rider.
The second session will then build onto more technical trails focusing on roots, rocks, line choice and we’ll introduce the Drop technique.
The third session will then build on the second and really focus on Drops and steeper terrain giving riders more confidence to ride the red trails at the park.
The fourth and final session will focus on Jumps. Everything you need to know to get airborne with more confidence.
Full-face helmets are mandatory for all sessions.
Free Uplift pass for the day.
Coaching times are as follows;
Morning - Please arrive at 9:00am for a 9.30am start.
Afternoon - Please arrive at 1.00pm for a 1:30pm start
Sessions will last between 3 - 3.5 hours.
These sessions will use both our Blue (Intermediate) and Red (Advanced) trails
If you are unsure whether this course is for you, please contact our head coach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You need to be 16 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).
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
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