You may have spent thousands of pounds on your new bike and naturally you ll want to get the best out of it so why not invest a few pounds and learn to ride it properly!
We run skills sessions covering all the basic techniques through to advanced riding skills, getting the basics right will ensure you will get the most from your riding. Our sessions can be run with groups or individual sessions and can be tailored to suit your needs.
Individual coaching based on riders needs and abilities. We can design fitness plans and training programmes personalized to you and your riding needs be it race season plans or general riding improvement . Under sixteens welcome with parent/s, an ideal school holiday activity! Allcoaching is carried by a professionally qualified coach ensuring you get the best quality in coaching.
We run courses and sessions monthly in Nottingham, Cannock Chase and Sherwod Pines.
Prices start at £20 per person for a two hour group session, personal 1:2:1 coaching arranged to suit. Get in touch to discuss your riding needs!
Bike set up
Use of brakes/gears
For those who have already mastered the above techniques or are already at the intermediate level:
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Great training. Very friendly & has some great knowledge. Really helped me improve and Definately booking some more sessions. Thanks Mate. James M.
Very patient instructor, easy explanations helped develop confidence. I tackled sections of the chase I never thought I would! Lisa H.
After years of muddling through by myself, I had some one on one skills instruction from Pegasus MTB around 2013. Those few sessions set me up to bring my bike skills on so far since; I've gone from noodling around crashing a lot to being comfortable and reasonably quick on a hardtail in the alps. Many thanks!