New Racer Information
Adaptive Downhill Mountain Biking is still a relatively new sport, so it’s no wonder that we get a lot of requests by new racers, on two to four wheels, when it comes to race preparation.
One thing you can do to better prepare for your upcoming race is to start with a little research and read up on the New racer Information Guide by Cycling BC and Joel Harwood(note: not all information is relevant to para-cyclists). Next, head on over to our blog and read our post on some of the basics you’ll need to understand competitive racing.
Once the trails are ready to ride, you’ll need to get out there and get some laps in and there is no better way to practice for the upcoming season, then to start one on one with a private coaching session with one of our Instructors.
Adaptive Athlete Training
Book online and in person sessions for the best one on one adaptive off-road cycling training around. At Kootenay Adaptive, we cover skill development and progression, assessments, fundamentals, goals, injury prevention, strength training and sport psychology.
We can cater to your schedule or you can join one of our group sessions. Our group setting training focuses on specific outcomes, such as training for BC Cup events.
One on One. Book ahead
One on one sessions with instructors will cover athlete fundamentals, injury prevention, training and sport psychology.
July 12-13 Dunbar Series Prep
Group format training, focussing on improving Cornering and Technical line selection.
August 31 Nakusp
Get ready for the final race of the BC Cup Season and polish your technique and finish the year strong.
Invest in yourself
To book, use the form below.
Your adaptive mountain biking specialists
Mon – Fri: 9-4
Sat – Sun: closed