Advanced Women's Clinics

Ready to ditch those black diamond trail jitters?!

Learn how to approach obstacles and instantly decide which technique you’ll need to pull out of your back pocket to have success. We’ll show you how to quickly scan the trail and prepare yourself for taking air, rolling steep pitches, or flowing through those sweet corners.

Find our advanced coaches and clinics in Pemberton, Whistler, and Revelstoke! 

Check out our calendar of events here


Drops n' Steeps - Pemberton

Join us for some classic Pemberton style!

You’ll get air under those tires with the manual front wheel lift and we’ll apply it to the trail – off rocks and drops. We’ll show you the best techniques needed for riding steep loose trails and the solid rock faces. Essential Pemby riding skills found here!

The Mackenzie clinic is great to fine tune your skills and help you make better line choices on the harder trails of the Nimby race course – competitors and non-competitors welcome!


Jump Clinic - Whistlersylvie jump web

Taking air is so much fun! Let us show you the safe way to get air under your tires. No need for the bike park!

We’ll practice the skills in the jump park, then take it to the trails. In no time, you’ll excel at cornering techniques, body positions for jumping, looking for your line and riding out safely.


Advanced Tech - Whistler

Step it up to the next level with this super tech-y session!

You’ll learn advanced body positioning for technical climbing, steep descents and cornering. We’ll have you steering and breaking under control down rock faces, smoothing out the transitions, and railing those corners. Sessioning drops and picking sweet lines definitely included!

Trails TBD... Out There, 99'er/Danimal, or Business Time.


Pumptrack Session  - Whistlerbeth burm

Want to be more dynamic on your bike, and use terrain to your advantage? In this fun clinic, you'll learn how to accelerate without pedalling - yep, it can be done!

Even if you don't want to be a pumptrack star, this is the best place to learn about body position and pressure control. Soon, you'll be amazed at how you've gained speed and flow with little effort -- and way less pedalling!

Plus, we work on your cornering position and learn how to set up and execute great turns in the berms.

It's a fun & social evening of hanging around the pumptrack, practicing, and learning some fun new skills with Beth Parsons. All levels welcome!


Women’s Downhill & Learn to Jump - Revelstoke

Want to get your wheels in the air? If you’re giving jumping a shot for the first time, or wanting to build on your experience – then we’ve got you covered!

You’ll learn to approach steeps, jumps and drops safely, and with the correct technique! We review how to set up for a jump or drop with the proper body position, speed, trail scanning techniques and pumping skills.

We practice in a safe environment, then take it to the trails for a little more excitement! The skill session and rides will take place in the Boulder trails with shuttle access provided.

This clinic is great for the intermediate or advanced rider that wants to take their skills to the next level with jumping.



Ladies' Heli-Drop Adventure - Mt Cartier, Revelstokecartier

Leave the boys in the valley and get heli’d up with Sylvie and Emily to one of the best descents in BC. We’ll rip down 17kms of technical singletrack over 7000 vertical feet!

You’ll be blown away by the views, the expansive alpine terrain, and the scramble to the summit - all before you even start riding! This amazing adventure includes tips and coaching from Sylvie and Emily during the descent – with a focus on cornering, braking, and downhill positioning.

We’ll enjoy a lunch break at an old ranger cabin before dropping into the forest and flowing through the rest of the trail to the valley bottom where you'll be treated to a cold beer and a shuttle back to town. Don’t miss out on treating yourself to one of the best heli-drops around!

This descent is recommended for strong intermediate and advanced riders only. A trail bike with at least 5” of travel is required -- an enduro or DH bike is highly recommended. Full face helmet, knee pads and elbow pads are also highly recommended.