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

Riding a bike is a great way for kids to stay active and have fun, but it can also be a great way for them to learn new skills and build confidence. One way to enhance their biking experience is by providing them with bike ramps. In this article, we will explore the benefits of kids having bike ramps. We will also see how they can help them take their biking to the next level.

A kid with a portable bike ramp

Bike Ramps Build Confidence

First and foremost, bike ramps allow kids to practice and master new tricks. When kids are given the opportunity to try new things, they learn to push themselves and build their confidence. With bike ramps, kids can work on mastering new tricks like jumping, manuals, and wheelies. This not only improves their biking skills, but it also helps them develop a sense of accomplishment and pride in their abilities.

Additionally, bike ramps provide a safe and controlled environment for kids to practice. When kids are first learning new tricks, it can be dangerous for them to try them on the street or in an uncontrolled environment. A portable ramp offers a safe space for kids to practice and perfect their skills. This will also reduce the risk of injury by making a more controlled environment. Furthermore, Bike ramps can be adjusted to accommodate different skill levels. This will make it easy for kids to progress as they improve.

Gets Your Kids Playing Back Outside

Moreover, bike ramps can be a great way for kids to bond and socialize. When kids ride bikes together, they create shared experiences and memories that can last a lifetime. Bike ramps provide a fun and exciting activity for kids to do with their friends and family, helping them to build stronger relationships.

Bike ramps, like Ninja jump ramps, offer many benefits for kids. They allow kids to practice new tricks, build confidence, and socialize in a safe and controlled environment. Investing in a bike ramp can enhance your child’s biking experience. Ramps come in different types, from homemade to high-quality portable ramps. Consider the advice of experts like Kyle and April of Ride MTB when choosing the right ramp for your child. Not only will it improve their biking skills, but it also provides a fun and exciting way for them to stay active and healthy.

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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

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