Britta has an innate passion for helping others cultivate their love for the outdoors. She built a MTB program for at-risk youth, tests her limits at local XC races, and is dedicated to encouraging others to build confidence, challenge their comfort level, and develop strong foundational mountain bike skills. She is a PMBIA Level 1 Certified Instructor, Sprockids Leader, Mountain Bike Guide, and loves getting more people on bikes.
Britta is always searching for her next adventure and thrives on the outdoors and being active. Aside from mountain biking she loves skiing, paddle boarding, kayaking, camping, hiking, horseback riding, and crossfit. She genuinely enjoys talking bikes and sharing her passion with all level of riders or to those are interested in the sport but not quite sure how to get started.
Mountain Bike Guide.
PMBIA Level 1
Favorite Type of Terrain or Feature
Fast, flowy, chunky, high alpine, desert, and anything that offers a good climb!
Favorite Trail Snack
Honey Stinger Energy Chews, Apple, Rise Bar
Favorite Post Ride Food or Drink
Hard cider/Kombucha, Juicy IPA, or coconut water. Food: Pizza or burger.
Favorite Riding Tip
Look ahead and stay LOW!
Favorite Riding Partner
I love my Sedona lady shredders (Joanna, Amo, Jes, Agnes) they push me in every way possible – both on and off the bike and they always bring the stoke! Ryan, he always gets me on my bike when I’m “not into it”. My bro and sis – love teaching them new skills and pushing there limits. Enzo, my new pup – he’s a trail dog in training!
How did you get into Mountain Biking?
I started biking in the North Dakota Badlands on the Maah Daah Hey Trail (if you’ve never rode it, highly recommend it). A good friend got me into the sport and it has changed my life! I started out riding for fun and quickly moved into entering local cross-country races in the Dakotas, Minnesota, and Montana. Biking has brought me to some incredible places, cultivated life long friendships, and challenges me in endless ways. I swiftly developed a passion for the sport and decided I wanted to make a career out of it. Now I guide day and multi-day tours and instruct for a couple different companies.
If you could live anywhere in the world, where would you live and why?
I would prefer to live in a van and travel the world! Too many amazing places to see and explore.