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Private Mountain Bike Lessons

Private Mountain Bike Lessons

Work on your weaknesses, learn a new skill... It's up to you

Do you have something you’d like to improve in your mountain bike riding? Yes? We all do.

Sometimes you need specific coaching to work on that skill, or that area of weakness in your game. And you don’t want to muddy the waters with anything else.

Maybe you just want the full attention of your coach to maximise your training time? Or maybe you’d just like to learn with your mates?

Most private coaching is done on weekdays when the forest trails are a little quieter. We occasionally  have limited weekend availability, but for the most part the weekends are reserved for group courses.

2 hour mtb skills clinics

What to expect

An individualised training plan to suit your specific requirements

Video analysis of your riding technique

Free email support should you need any reminders on technique.

Date and training venue that suits you

private mountain bike skills coaching
Private coaching client dropping into Worry Gill, Dalby Forest

Prices for Private Mountain Bike Lessons

  • 1 Rider: £150
  • 2 to 4 Riders: £80pp
  • 5 to 6 riders: £70pp

I’m based in East Yorkshire – for coaching at venues over 70 miles from me I have a 3 rider minimum or for smaller groups a small fuel surcharge.

Coaching days are usually limited to 6 people (5 with current Covid rules). If you’re a bigger group let me know.

To organise your private lesson, drop me a message below to get things started.

Coaching days are usually 10am – 4pm with around 30 minutes for lunch.

1 Rider: £150

2 to 4 Riders: £80pp

5 to 6 riders: £70pp

I’m based in East Yorkshire – for coaching at venues over 70 miles from me I have a 3 rider minimum or for smaller groups a small fuel surcharge.

Coaching days are usually limited to 6 people (5 with current Covid rules). If you’re a bigger group let me know.

To organise your private lesson, drop me a message below to get things started.

Coaching days are usually 10am – 4pm with around 30 minutes for lunch.

What to bring with you

Enough fitness for an active day. There will be plenty of stops along the way, but we'll be moving around for a good few hours.

A well maintained bike. A good set of brakes is a must. We'll do a bike check before we start, but it's best if your bike is in good shape.

Enough water/fluid to last the day. A packed lunch and some energy bars. It's a busy day so make sure you have plenty of fuel.

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Since Lockdown restrictions were eased we’ve got super busy. Now fully booked for private coaching until July. 

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