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Evergreen East’s mountain bike classes open

Evergreen East’s mountain bike classes are now opening for registration. (Courtesy)
Evergreen East’s mountain bike classes are now opening for registration. (Courtesy)

BIKING – Evergreen East’s mountain bike classes are now opening for registration.

Certified bike coaches will teach mountain biking specific skills and techniques. The classes are suitable for absolute beginners and more experienced riders.

Two kids programs will be offered as well, one for teens and one for 8- to 12-year-olds. There will also be an “Introduction to Freeride” series of classes taught at Camp Sekani. That series will focus on the skills needed for high speed riding on technical and rocky terrain.

Registration is open for Foundations of mountain biking level one and two 2, as well as coed and women’s.

For more information and to register: evergreeneast.org/skillsclasses/

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