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Ninja Mountain Bike Performance - Skills Clinics, MTB Jump Ramps and Bike Stands

A bike stand is a device that holds a bicycle upright in a stationary position, allowing for easy maintenance and repair. There are several types of bike stands available, each with their own unique features and benefits.

Repair Bike Stands

The most common type of stand is the repair stand, which is designed to hold the bicycle in a stable position while the rider works on it. These stands typically feature a clamp that attaches to the bike’s frame, and can be adjusted to accommodate different frame sizes and styles. Some repair stands also have a tray or platform for holding tools and parts.

Storage Stands

Another popular type of stand is the storage stand, which is designed to hold a bike in a vertical position when it is not in use. These stands are often made of lightweight materials and can be easily folded for storage. Some storage stands also have hooks or brackets for holding accessories such as helmets or lights.

Display Stands

A third type, is the display stand, which is used to showcase a bicycle in a retail setting. These stands typically feature a base and a support arm that holds the ride in a vertical position. Some display stands are also equipped with wheels, making it easy to move the ride around the store.

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When choosing a bike stand, it is important to consider the type of bicycle you have and the tasks that you will be performing on it. For example, if you will be doing a lot of repairs, a repair stand with a sturdy clamp and a platform for holding tools would be ideal. If you need to store your bike in a small space, a compact storage stand would be a better choice.

Additionally, it is also important to consider the weight capacity of the stand as well as the material it is made of, this will affect the stability of the support and the bike while you are working on it.

In summary, bike stands are an essential tool for any cyclist who wants to keep their bike in top condition. Whether you need a stand for repairs, storage, or display, there is a wide range of options available to suit your needs. By considering the type of bicycle you have and the tasks you will be performing on it, you can find the perfect stand to help you maintain and enjoy your bike for years to come.

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Fundamentals Trail Application - Women's Only

Here’s What We’ll Cover

The specific skills taught in this clinic will depend on available trail features and will vary between locations. Skills covered may include:

  • Rock / Log Step-Ups 
  • Pedal Assisted Front Wheel Lifts
  • Steep Transitions, Roll-Downs
  • Reading trail and line choice
  • Using trail features for maximum flow
  • Turning (Low Speed)
  • Navigating Trail Obstacles
  • Switchbacks – Optimal Line Choice
  • Ratcheting application – how & when 
  • Track stands
  • Braking for Speed 
  • Shifting – Timing + Technique on Technical Terrain
  • Skinnies
  • Off-Camber Trails 
  • Berms 
  • Water crossings 
  • Roots 

The Schedule*

  • 1:15-1:30pm Meet your instructor  | Arrival at course venue + equipment check
  • 1:30 – 1:45pm Fundamentals Skills | Rapid Review 
  • 1:45 – 3:45pm Coached Trail Ride | Sessioning & Skills Application
  • 3:45-4:00pm Review, questions & next steps | #Ridelikeaninja

*Clinic schedule and skills covered may vary according to location and terrain.

Fundamentals Trail Application

Here’s What We’ll Cover

The specific skills taught in this clinic will depend on available trail features and will vary between locations. Skills covered may include:

  • Rock / Log Step-Ups 
  • Pedal Assisted Front Wheel Lifts
  • Steep Transitions, Roll-Downs
  • Reading trail and line choice
  • Using trail features for maximum flow
  • Turning (Low Speed)
  • Navigating Trail Obstacles
  • Switchbacks – Optimal Line Choice
  • Ratcheting application – how & when 
  • Track stands
  • Braking for Speed 
  • Shifting – Timing + Technique on Technical Terrain
  • Skinnies
  • Off-Camber Trails 
  • Berms 
  • Water crossings 
  • Roots 

The Schedule*

  • 1:15-1:30pm Meet your instructor  | Arrival at course venue + equipment check
  • 1:30 – 1:45pm Fundamentals Skills | Rapid Review 
  • 1:45 – 3:45pm Coached Trail Ride | Sessioning & Skills Application
  • 3:45-4:00pm Review, questions & next steps | #Ridelikeaninja