Ticket2RideBC have teamed up with World No.1 rider Tracy Moseley to offer a women’s only riding week from 28 July – 3 August 2007.


This week of riding and coaching will provide a fantastic opportunity for female riders of all abilities to overcome their limits, become more confident in their abilities and feel more excited about their riding than ever before. Its also an excellent place meet like-minded mountain bikers and not to mention a great chance to ride the legendary trails of the worlds most influential and diverse riding destination, WHISTLER BC. From beginner to expert, one week of riding these highly progressive trails will improve your riding like no-where else on the planet!


We don’t just intend to let you loose on the best riding in the world all-alone… We’ve assembled a team of experts and experienced guides, who have structured a week of skills clinics and coaching just for you. These experts include none other than 2006 World Cup DH Champion, Tracy Moseley.

As well as winning World Cup Downhills, Tracy is a SMBLA qualified guide and is only too keen to share her wealth of experience with you. “I’m really looking forward to coming to ride in Whistler and also to having the opportunity to encourage women to have a go at mountain biking and hopefully progress their skills,” said Tracy.

Whether you are new to off road riding, looking to improve your technical skills, or really want to nail those drop offs and rip up the trails like a pro then our friendly, experienced coaches will guide you through new techniques and encourage you to reach new levels of riding and confidence.


Our skills clinics cover fundamental to advanced techniques, which give novice riders the key to riding their bike the way they’ve always wanted to and helps those with more experience gain a detailed understanding of the skills they are already using. Our coaches will help you identify your strengths and areas for improvement, taking your riding to a whole new level.

Its not all about the riding though. How about learning how to set-up your bike for extra control? Or finding out what is it that you really need to carry with you for a day in the hills? We’ll be running some informal lessons throughout the week, but don’t worry its not like gong back to school. Pick up bike maintenance tips during one of our legendary lakeside lunch stops, or learn about Sports nutrition over a post ride beer!

For more info: http://ticket2ridebc.com/summer/www.php


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