After School Program
Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:30–5:00pm, April 25–June 8
The MTB Project is an After School Mountain Bike program for kids 10+. Coaches share drills and techniques to enhance skills like cornering, bike body separation, rolling over obstacles, and handling the controls of the bike. Our primary goal is to encourage a lifelong love of cycling.
Mountain bike trails are rocky, with roots, narrow trails, and can be steep. Riding over obstacles is necessary. MTB Project is perfect for the adventurous. (Minimum age is 10 with exceptions after Instructor Assessment.)
The MTB Project prepares young riders for our future adventure riding trips to offsite locations, overnight trips and eventually even develop into a member of the Clark Sports Center’s “Otsego Composite,” Mountain Biking Race Team. Our race team is a member team of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA) competing on the state level. Ages 10-17, members only.
Skill development day. Mondays are set aside to practice cornering, bike body separation, rolling over obstacles, and handling the controls of the bike in open areas. At times we will ride into wooded areas. This is a perfect time for all riders, beginners and advanced, to enjoy the challenges of mountain biking, learn some new skills and meet other riders. (Minimum age is 10 with exceptions after Instructor Assessment.)
Focus on rider skills at our skills park area and trails right here on The Clark Sports Center property, which are designed for instruction. This session is more technical and challenging than Mondays, and may not be for everyone. Mountain bike trails are rocky, with roots, with ride over obstacles, narrow and can be steep.
Advanced rider trips out of the area will be announced on Wednesdays and through email throughout the session.
Last Ride, date TBD, is our rider’s party with pizza and movie after a ride for everyone who participated in our 7 week program. Parents are welcome.
Additional riding trips TBA.
Free, members only. No sign up necessary. For more information, contact Jim DiLiberto by calling (315) 867-6334.