Brevard Mountain Bike School Level 2

  • Brevard, NC
  • Jun 23 - 24, 2018Jul 28 - 29, 2018
  • MTB
Take Your MTB Skills To the Next Level and Tackle More Technical Trails

The level 2 course is designed for more of an intermediate to advanced level rider who already has a strong foundation of skills but wants to continue to advance their ability for more aggressive terrain or to go faster with more confidence in easier terrain (You are not required to attend the Level 1 Course before this course).

These riders already have comfort in a wide range of motion over the bike, able to move forward/backward, up/down, side to side over the bike to create good bike/body separation. These riders can already get over obstacles by lifting/unweighting wheels as needed in a variety of terrain. For example; riding up a 6in high step while going up a steep incline, getting through a continuous rock garden where each wheel needs to be lifted individually at precise moments in timing with rocks, ride a wheelie for a short distance, etc.

During the level 2 course, we continue to refine the elemental skills that we teach on the level 1 course, but focus heavily on putting those elemental skills together in more challenging terrain.

We work a lot on more advanced cornering technique for different situations, pressure control (actively loading and releasing pressure through the wheels to handle obstacles, jumps, and to create or scrub momentum). We also analyze line choice in challenging terrain to create stability and fun.
In addition to the MTB camps that are on the public calendar, we also do private instruction for individuals or groups. Those can have custom dates and curriculum based on your needs. More info on that here.

CAMP FOCUS

MTB Intermediate Skills

DURATION

2 Days / 1 Nights

DAILY SESSIONS

Skills Morning / Review Ride Afternoon

ROUTE TERRAIN

Single Track / Technical Trails

The CTS Camp Experience

Personalized Training Advice From Professional Coaches, Unparalleled Support, World-Class Locations, and Lasting Memories
ON THE BIKE
  • Ride With CTS Coaches
  • Nutrition & Hydration Products
OFF THE BIKE
  • Q&A With Coaches
  • 2 Lunches
CAMP FEATURES
  • World-Class MTB Trails
  • Pisgah National Forest

Recommended Accommodations

PILOT COVE RENTAL CABINS

These cabins are just up the hill from CTS and are designed to seamlessly interact with the outdoors. Fully finished with a kitchen, bathroom, living area, washer/dryer, mudroom, covered deck, secure bike storage, bike wash station, and private parking, these cabins are your perfect home away from home in the mountains.

HAMPTON INN BREVARD

Experience the quiet of the woods at the Hampton Inn Brevard hotel near Pisgah National Forest and just down the street from our CTS Training Center.

Additional Details

WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED
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  • Airfare
  • Accommodations
  • Bike Shipping or Rental
  • Transportation To/From Airport
  • 2 Breakfast / 1 Dinner

OPTIONAL ADD-ONS
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  • Pre/Post Camp Private Coach Ride
  • Comprehensive Bike Fit

WHAT TO BRING
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  • Recommended Gearing: 30 front ring with 46-50 rear low gear
  • Flat pedalscan be useful for riders to learn skills and maneuvers without being clipped in.

WEATHER
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Camp Itinerary

DAY 1

CHECK-IN AND FIRST SKILLS SESSION

Check-in Time: 8:00 AM

Where: CTS Brevard, 11 Mama’s Way Suite B, Pisgah Forest NC

Description: Arrive at 8:00 AM prepared to ride. The first day will be broken up into two sessions. During the morning session the group will cover the 4th and 5th essentials of successful, fun and safe mountain bike riding. Those being Direction Control and Pressure Control. While sounding very basic these are the essential components of building skills and understanding maneuvers off road.

Once we have thoroughly worked up an appetite we will dine on local foods and fuel up for the afternoon ride. During the lunch break, we will be performing a lecture on pacing and how it can impact the skills and fun during a ride in the woods.

For the afternoon ride, we will do a fast warm up and review of the morning skills. Following the warm up and review we will head out on the trail and apply the morning skills.

Lunch: Along the Trail @12:30PM

DAY 2

SKILLS SESSION AND TRAIL RIDE

Description: Day two of the mountain bike skills camp will take day one and build on what was learned adding the next component of successful off road riding; Timing and Coordination.

The afternoon session is all about putting the weekend together. More trail riding will be involved but with less stopping to work on sections and more linking parts of the trail together. After ripping down the final descent we will smoothly ride sections that used to cause us trouble. But most of all we will have FUN!

Lunch: Along the Trail @ 12:30PM

Camp Conclusion: Camp will conclude Sunday afternoon after our final ride at 4 PM.


About Brevard, North Carolina

FAQs

If you have additional questions, our Athlete Services will be happy to answer them:
athleteservices@trainright.com  //   866.355.0645

A non-refundable $150.00 deposit is due at time of registration.

The remaining balance is due 30 days prior to the camp and will be billed automatically. The credit card information used for your deposit will be billed unless otherwise arranged with the CTS accounting department.

Cancellation:

Click to view Cancellation Policy

Asheville Regional Airport: AVL (Recommended)

Charlotte Douglas International Airport: CLT

Greenville/Spartanburg Regional Airport: GSP

If you are shipping your bike, please make sure it arrives at CTS at least one day before your camp start date so we can have it built and prepped in time for camp.

After you sign up, please let the camp manager know if you would like us to pack your bike for shipping at the conclusion of the camp, we will do it free of charge.

The mailing address for CTS Brevard is:
11 Mamas Place
Suite B
Pisgah Forest, NC 28768

If you plan to ship your bike, we recommend using BikeFlights.com.

(Please make sure your bike box/case is clearly labeled with your name)

The Hub: 828-884-8670 (Directly next door to CTS Brevard Training Center)

Sycamore Cycles: 828-877-5790

Liberty Bikes: 828-274-2453

CTS recommends that you purchase a Travelex travel protection plan to help protect you and your camp trip investment.

Consider travel protection for:

  • Trip Cancellation
  • Trip Interruption
  • Emergency Medical Expenses
  • Emergency Evacuation/Repatriation of Remains
  • Trip Delay
  • Baggage & Personal Effects
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Brevard Mountain Bike School Level 2

Camp Focus: Intermediate Skills
Location: CTS Brevard, 11 Mama’s Way Suite B, Pisgah Forest North Carolina
Duration (includes check in day): 2 Days / 1 Nights
Terrain: Technical Trails, Single Track

The level 2 course is designed for more of an intermediate to advanced level rider who already has a strong foundation of skills but wants to continue to advance their ability for more aggressive terrain or to go faster with more confidence in easier terrain (You are not required to attend the Level 1 Course before this course). These riders already have comfort in a wide range of motion over the bike, able to move forward/backward, up/down, side to side over the bike to create good bike/body separation. These riders can already get over obstacles by lifting/unweighting wheels as needed in a variety of terrain. For example; riding up a 6in high step while going up a steep incline, getting through a continuous rock garden where each wheel needs to be lifted individually at precise moments in timing with rocks, ride a wheelie for a short distance, etc.
During the level 2 course, we continue to refine the elemental skills that we teach on the level 1 course, but focus heavily on putting those elemental skills together in more challenging terrain. We work a lot on more advanced cornering technique for different situations, pressure control (actively loading and releasing pressure through the wheels to handle obstacles, jumps, and to create or scrub momentum). We also analyze line choice in challenging terrain to create stability and fun.
In addition to the MTB camps that are on the public calendar, we also do private instruction for individuals or groups. Those can have custom dates and curriculum based on your needs. More info on that here: http://trainright.com/cts-brevard-nc-guided-mtb-tours/

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