What’s Next? Continuing your Ninja Journey

So you’ve just completed your first Ninja Clinic and you’re realizing this Ninja stuff is pretty cool. You’re hungry for more. What’s next?

Finished your first Fundamentals Clinic? Join us for a full day of INTERMEDIATE / ADVANCED skills.

Feeling comfortable with your tires on the ground but itching to get some air? Take a JUMPING MINI-CLINIC.

Jazzed after a Multi-Day Clinic? Sign up for an ADVENTURE CAMP in a NEW location.  Every clinic location offers unique terrain with new and different challenges.

As riders, we are never done learning. Every new place we ride offers new challenges and reminds us of those rusty skills that need attention. You will discover different takeaways from a camp in the rock tech of Sedona vs. the flowy rooty descents at Mulberry Gap.

Here are a few of our favorite riding destinations and what you can look forward to:

SEDONA, AZ: Technical descents, step-ups, ledges, drops.

LAGUNA MOUNTAIN, CA: High speed cornering, small jumps, skinnies, natural technical features.

BREVARD, NC: Fast descents, roots, drops, endless miles of trails, great small town appeal.

MULBERRY GAP, GA: Roots, fast descents, technical switchbacks, long rides, home cooked meals.

Journey on Ninjas!

About Ninja Skills Guru

The Guru’s #1 passion is taking bike skills and breaking them down into tangible, progressive steps. Is there a skill you just can’t master? A maneuver you don’t understand? A fear you can’t seem to get past? Turn to the Guru! The Ninja Skills Guru has spent years riding bikes and carefully breaking down riding skills into easy digestible steps so you can tackle the trail with confidence. Yup, the guru is that friend who doesn’t talk about anything but bikes!

One Thought on “What’s Next? Continuing your Ninja Journey

  1. Delton Bush on July 11, 2019 at 6:55 am said:

    Recently attended the two-day course in Bentonville, AR with Matt Beall and Cory Rimmer as the instructors. Awesome class! Learned a lot of techniques and skills that I would have never figured out on my own. The instructors obviously new their craft and would push you but never beyond your comfort level. Tried things I probably would have never tried on my own but with their tips and instructions these things were doable. Thanks again!

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