This Thursday the 19th will be running at Awaba MTB park kids skills day. For children from beginners to intermediate to gain confidence on their bikes and on trail. Learn or better their bikes skills. This also gives children a chance to have a look at the trails we ride on our club race ride days.

Where Awaba Mtb Park
Sign on form to fill in 8.30am – main car park, trailhead container.
Pick up 3.00pm
Cost $50.00
Junior MTBA members please bring your licence, if you do not have a MTBA licence you can sign up free here https://www.mtba.org.au/join, social day licence will be available.

“What you need to bring”
Appropriate comfortable riding clothing, closed toe shoes
https://hmba.asn.au/riding-with-hmba/
Australian certified helmet or one that has been certified by an International Standard organisation.
Bike- working condition, with working front & rear brakes.
Food & Drink, Snacks, Lunch. (Water will be available to top up)
Back pack & or ride pack
Sunscreen ( will be available)
Please bring any medications if needed ( must see coach )

The day will be run by our qualified MTBA & PMBI coaches so your children will be in experienced company.
Coleen Our HMBA Downhill Coordinator & Sarah both Aust National Downhill/Gravity Champions. Paula & Alicia our Kids race Coordinators & both accomplished XC endurance riders.
Come and meet our HMBA Crew, make new friends and most of all have some fun on your bike 🙂
Mum And Dad if you child is going to join us can you indicated Going on the FB event page Or send us a message, Good to know possible numbers 🙂

https://www.facebook.com/events/256322014967347/

 

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