*Note: We are planning our final Thursday evening ride for October 26th at 6 pm. Details to follow, but know there will be leaders for all riding levels, a costume contest, and much more. Plan on it!
Newbie/beginner ride in Corner Canyon! This trail network is specifically designed to help riders learn skills and techniques.
Ride Leaders: Nat & Gina
Trail: Corner Canyon: Little Valley instructional area
Bring your lights if you have them to get an extra lap in. *We will be doing laps in the instructional area, so you can show up late and come find us near by. It won’t be difficult to find us.
Trail Description: This riding area is here to help new or uncertain riders learn the basics of climbing, descending, and generally riding a mountain bike on dirt. There are many instructional signs and flow trails for the absolute beginner. We will do several loops depending on skill levels, pace, and daylight.
Bring: Lights if you have them, water, a snack, spare tube, helmet, etc It looks like the weather should be nice that evening, but bring a jacket/extra layer as it is definitely cooler and the DH can get chilly.
Pin to trailhead: https://goo.gl/maps/woM4RYBNGVM2
Find me: Contact Nat Pin Holden on FB with questions. I drive a white Grand Cherokee, black bike, teal helmet. See you soon!
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