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SOLD OUT Mulberry Gap Mountain Bike Get-A-Way, Ellijay, GA, Ground Control 1 & 2 COED. Information, registration, and pricing can be found at Mulberry Gap May 19-21, 2017. This will be the 3rd camp I've led at MG.
Whistler, British Columbia, Sept. TBD, 2018.
More details to come, but my idea right now is to provide complimentary guided service and personal skills feedback on some of my favorite XC/AM trails in the Valley and Lost Lakes trail systems. I will also guide and provide personal skills feedback on my favorite trails inside the world famous bike park. I plan to guide one day on the XC/AM trails and one day on the DH bike park trails. And then everyone can split up and ride whatever they would like in any grouping they would like for the rest of their trip.
This is a customer appreciation event for those who have invested in all three of my camps ("Ground Control 1," "Ground Control 2," and "Launches") or the equivalent in private lessons at some point before the trip. While I plan to provide the guiding and optional personal skills feedback for free, I would ask that each participant donate a bicycle for each day that I guide or give them skills feedback. bicycle donation. That way this trip won't be just all about us.
Once I find out if I can go and who else can go for sure, then I will determine if it is necessary to break the group up into two skill levels. But even then, a definite pre-requisite is that each participant must have solid skills and fitness, because not to have both will only prevent the entire group(s) from having an experience of a lifetime.
While I'm not qualified to function as a travel agent, I will share what I have learned about flights, shuttles, lodging, bike rentals, and restaurants, so that everyone will know a little more as they plan their trip. What is more, I will inquire about group discounts for bike rentals and possibly some other things.
If for some reason the American dollar is really weak in Canada as this trip approaches, the back-up plan will be to go to my second favorite place in the world to ride, Lake Tahoe. Both Tahoe and Whistler are described here.
If we have a good response and a good time, perhaps this could become a semi-annual event.