We’re headed back to one of SoCal’s best riding spots!
Join us at the Laguna Mountain Camp!
**Nobel Canyon Shuttle Included (details below)**
Challenging for all levels and super fun! This 2-day camp in the Laguna Mountains just east of San Diego.
This camp is designed for the enthusiast rider or avid racer that is looking to build up and clean up their ‘toolbox’ of mountain bike skills in order to handle a variety of terrain at speed.
We will blend an in-depth version of our traditional Intermediate / Advanced skills training with coached riding sessions.
General Camp Schedule and Details:
(Day 1) Saturday:
—8:45am- Arrive at Laguna Mountain Lodge
—9:00am-10:30am — Camp Overview, Brief Bike Safety Check / Bike Set-up Review (tire pressure, cockpit set-up, suspension set-up)
—10:30am-12:00pm — Morning Skills Session (mind skills, ready position, effective braking, and fluid shifting)
—1:00pm-4:30pm—Afternoon Skills Session (high speed cornering, climbing, wheel lifts, and how to get out of trouble).
—6:00 —In-Depth Bike Set-up/ Bike Fit Discussion. Bring your bike. (Drinks and snacks provided)
(Day 2) Sunday
– 8:45am – Arrival at Trail Head
– 9:00am – 11:00am – Morning Skills Session: (brief review of Day 1 skills followed by new skills like switchbacks, drops, bunny hops, rock dodge, technical climbs and descents)
– 11:00am – 12:30pm – New Skills on the trail include track stand/balance, tail whip, dynamic weight shift, intro to jumping, and pumping.
– 12:00pm – 1:00pm – Lunch Break
– 1:00pm-4:30pm – Noble Canyon shuttle run. Put those skills to work!
— 4:30pm— Official on-bike camp training is done. At this time, you are free to hang around and get in some extra credit riding or pack up and head back home to the real world.
*We reserve the right to make changes to the schedule.
After camp, you will see an immediate improvement in your riding and will have a boost in confidence on technical trails. You will be able to tackle rougher terrain and trickier corners with greater control and flow through single track, switchbacks, and berms with far more speed and efficiency.
You can think of our camps as an awesome opportunity for what we like to call a “traincation”—a fun-filled vacation in which you get to spend most of your time doing what you like to do most—ride your mtb.
Lodging and Accommodations:
While lodging is not included in the cost of the camp we do recommend you stay at the Laguna Mountain Lodge.