We offer skills clinics for women of all skill levels
Scardey Cats Clinics
Our Womens skills clinics consist of the The Scardey Cats clinics. These have been designed for women who in fact call themselves ‘scardey cats’ when it comes to biking.
Scardey Cats “A” Clinic is designed for beginner women who are new to mountain biking or women who are looking to brush up on basic skills and would like to learn basic fundamental skills of mountain biking to help build confidence on the trails. It is the your first port of call if you are new to mountain biking.
Starting in a fantastic open area we introduce the fundamentals of riding, checking our equipment and learn about body position, effective braking, gear selection, ride some basic single track and have fun in the skills park.
This clinic is the perfect place to start as it’s a fun welcoming and encouraging atmosphere.
If you can ride along a bike path comfortably then this clinics is for you.
If you are feeling nervous to start riding on dirt trails, then come and join is, as everyone feels the same way, so its very reassuring that you are not the only one to feel really nervous and scared. Hence the name Scaredy Cats, as we create a very safe and fun environment.
**If you have never ridden a bike before or its been a long time then please get in touch as I we can do a pre-clinic lesson along the path to get you moving, please get in touch for more details here.
These clinics will take place at Bungarra Alpne Centre. Bike hire available through Gravity Sports, Sacred Ride in Jindabyne or Lake Crackenback.
Saturday 18th November 2017 9am-11:30am.
Session location will be at Bungarra Alpine Centre, Barry Way, Jindabyne.
Upon registration you will receive further information on clinics and forms to fill out.
Please arrive 15 minutes before and meet by the Big Green shed on the right hand side, past Reception.
Please get in touch for directions to Bungarra if you have never been there before.
What to bring with you
A mountain bike in good running order – contact Gravity Sports, Sacred Ride for bike rentals or bike tuning.
An Australian approved bike helmet
Gloves – preferably full finger
Socks that cover ankle bones
Water and a snack – if you don’t have a water bottle cage on your bike, a hydration pack or backpack is a good alternative
Comfortable clothing suitable for riding and the prevailing weather conditions; bike shorts with a chamois are recommended; a rain coat if it is a wet day; please do not wear tank tops or sleeveless jerseys; sunglasses are recommended for eye protection
Suitable footwear (bike shoes or runners).