Ninja Mountain Bike Skills Offer Race Day Clinics at Quick N’ Dirty Series

Official Skills Provider Set To Help Riders Of All Levels Reach Racing Goals    quickanddirty2014

Ninja Mountain Bike Skills (NMBS) has been named the official skills provider of local weeknight favorite, the Quick ‘n Dirty mountain bike race series where its experienced coaches will host pre-ride clinics to help racers take it to their next level.

“Whether you’ve been racing for years or you’ve picked the Quick n’ Dirty to be your first mountain bike event, we’ll show you how to up your game, taking advantage of the terrain, good strategy and confidence on the bike,” said NMBS head coach, Richard La China. “If we can help even one more person discover the fun, fitness and friendships that come from racing, then that’s a win for us.”

Congratulations Jen Koles on your podium finish at last night's Quick 'n Dirty MTB Race Series - you earned it!

Congratulations Jen Koles on your podium finish at last night’s Quick ‘n Dirty MTB Race Series – you earned it!

Ninja Mountain Bike Skills is local to San Diego but its coaches travel as far away as Phoenix, AZ teaching riders of all levels valuable skills ranging from fundamental to advanced. For the Quick n’ Dirty series, NMBS will be schedule session in the days leading up to each race of the eight series stops this summer — four at Lake Hodges and four at Black Mountain Ranch.  Topics covered will include race strategy including when to attack, nutrition and hydration, on-course skills review and a coached pre-ride. The pre-event clinic will last about 2 hours and costs $40.00.

“The Quick N’ Dirty series is absolutely fabulous and it’s supported by an amazing community of riders and racers, not to mention some top-notch sponsors – it’s the perfect place to grab a midweek workout, or get introduced to the racing side of mountain biking,” said NMBS’s Assistant Coach, Kris Gross. “For women especially, this is a really fun way to get out on your bike and meet other ladies who ride — racing has been such a positive force in my life, so I always look forward to sharing what I’ve learned with other women wondering what it’s all about, or who want to keep improving.”wp1791d244_05_06

To learn more about the Quick N’ Dirty series, including a complete list of dates and venues, please visit their website.

Our first scheduled session is May 19 at 5:45pm — click here to register : https://www.bikereg.com/quick-n-dirty-race-preview

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