SINGLETRACK 101 is a 12 hour skills based program that teaches mountain biking fundamentals. It is suitable for both youth and adults new to the sport, and experienced riders that want to get back to basics to ensure proper technique and form. Progression into the other levels relies on fitness and a solid foundation at this level, therefore, some riders (particularly young riders) may repeat this program several times before being ready to progress. We offer youth 101 programs at two different age groups (9 - 11, 12 - 15), as well as, a women's only version (see info below), and an adult co-ed version.
This program runs during the spring, summer, and fall for 6 weeks with 2 hour lessons, taught once a week. Items included in this program are listed on the right side of this page.
*Please note, that for the 2017 season we will only offer these programs in Victor at Dryer Road Park.
Program Cost: $155
Wednesdays May 17 - June 21, 6 - 8pm | Register
Tuesdays July 11 - Aug. 15, 6 - 8pm | Register


SINGLETRACK 101 Women Only - A women's only 12 hour program that has the same skill focus as described in the "Singletrack 101 Skills" section outlined to the right of this page. This program offers the opportunity for women to learn along side other women and provides the chance to meet other female riders at the same skill level. As with all our programs, participants learn at their own pace in a relaxed atmosphere.
Program Cost: $155
Mondays May 15 - June 19, 6 - 8pm | Class Full
Thursdays July 13 - Aug. 17, 6 - 8pm | Register


SINGLETRACK 101 Adult Co-Ed  - An adult co-ed version of our 12 hour program that has the same skill focus as described in the "Singletrack 101 Skills" section outlined to the right of this page.
Program Cost: $155

Am I Ready for SINGLETRACK 101?

  • have a mountain bike in good working order - both brakes function and shifts into all gears.
  • have a helmet that is properly fitted.
  • have flat pedals and shoes in good condition (we strongly discourage the use of clipless pedals at this level for safety reasons)
  • have riding experience, but not much off-road, or have been riding many years and need to brush up skills.
  • can ride for at least a mile without stopping.
  • have a terrific attitude and are ready to learn.
  • Neutral and Ready position
  • bike and rider separation (front to back & side to side)
  • mounting / dismounting
  • braking  / modulation
  • steering / cornering
  • climbing posture & pressure control
  • descending posture
  • eye movement
  • shifting & pedal position
  • preparedness - equipment / knowledge
  • health and fitness awareness
  • trail etiquette & trail stewardship
  • bike checks
  • maintenance – bike cleaning, lubing, and flat tire changes.