Whats the aim of the Activity?
Mountain biking sessions are run for all levels of ability. If you have never been on a mountain bike before but can ride a bike, our instructors will give you all the help you need to get started. If its more of an improvers course you want then we can arrange something more testing, steep uphillís and fast down hills. We also run non certificated sessions for youth leaders who would like to learn skills to pass onto their youth group and sessions for a wide range of groups for example, junior schools, secondary schools, brownie groups, beaver and scout groups.
What does the activity include?
Instruction and waterproof clothing. Participants can learn on their own bicycles and will need their own helmet or we can hire a bike and helmet for them.
Where does the experience take place?
We have venues throughout the north west of England but mainly in Grizedale Forrest in the Lake District.
What should I wear?
We supply a Waterproof Jacket. You will need to wear something warm and comfortable and not too loose fitting. Donít forget your helmet and Pair of gloves, (
helmets can be supplied if required
How long should I allow for this experience?
The cycling sessions can be either a 3 hour half day session or 6 hour full day.
When does the activity take place?
We are available 7 days a week for mountain biking, all year round.
Are there any restrictions?
There are no real restrictions, for individuals with disabilities we will choose a venue to suit your needs and extra staffing can be made available on request.
What about the weather?
The weather would need to be really bad to stop our sessions; if it turns bad on the day we would try to have an alternative activity on hand.
Can I bring spectators?
Mountain biking is not really a spectator sport.
What else do I need to know?
We are happy to advise you and give answers to any questions on anything you need to know before making a booking, please give our friendly staff a call on 01257474467 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.