Do you already have some mountainbike experience? Don’t hesitate! During our MTB Challenge you can improve your skills. We teach you the newest techniques so you are ready to ride through rough terrain.
Our instructors guide you during the whole day and give you expert advice to improve your technical skills. With this experience you built up the right basis to explore technical trails and tracks.
What does the program look like?
The MTB Challenge is one session that we organise one Saturday a month from 9AM untill 5PM.
We start out at The Shelter and ride to the Meerdaalwoud where we spend the morning training on technique. Your technical skills will be evaluated and if necessary corrected by our instructors.
At noon we will return to The Shelter for a hot lunch and a beverage.
In the afternoon we will make a tour where we will apply the newly learned skills and techniques. The level of this tour will be adapted to the general level of the group.
The end of the training Is scheduled at 5PM. We end the day at The Shelter with a refreshing drink and talk about the wonderful day we had.
Where do these trainings take place and who can join them?
The training takes place at our location close to Leuven (Korbeek-Dijle and Meerdaalwoud). Every training starts at The Shelter. You can safely park your car here, use the facilities and rinse your mountainbike afterwards.
The trainings are for everybody from 18 and older with a minimum of experience but preferably for experienced riders who want to improve their technical skills on the trails.
Your age and physique are of lesser importance. You must have an athletic background and the necessary willpower.
To guarantee the quality of our trainings the amount of participants is limited to 12 people. The minimum is set at 5 people.
Electric mountainbikes are also welcome.
What is the price?
Price per person: € 109,00
The price includes a full day of training under the supervision of a certified instructor, lunch (spaghetti bolognaise) with a drink and a drink at the end of the day.
When do these trainings take place?