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Intermediate to Advanced Skills Courses with Ireland's Top MTB Tutor


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From £90.00  (Convert)

Discounts for 2 or more booking together

About the Experience

You've got the basics, you can get round the Red grade trails and you're really getting the MTB buzz but now you feel the need to take your riding to the next level!

If you've stood by the drops and rock gardens and watched people cruise through them as if they were easy then you probably want to know the secret to how to do it yourself. Rock and Ride's Intermediate Skills half days with Ian Bailey, Ireland's top MTB tutor are designed to get you doing just that.

Learn how to bunny hop, ride drop-offs, step-ups, technical descents and climbs, corner like a pro and pump and flow across any terrain. Ian's personalised coaching and relaxed style will get you advancing rapidly and by the end of the session you won't believe your improvement and confidence.

Big smiles, big fun and big improvements, the perfect combination for a days biking!

Intermediate Skills sessions run throughout the year. Contact for details.

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Rock and Ride Outdoors

9a Tullyree Rd Kilcoo

Directions from Newcastle: Follow the signs out of town for Tollymore Forest Park. Drive past the Forest Park entrance up to a T-junction in Bryansford village. Turn left and proceed up through the village passing a garage on the right and a shop/P.O. on the left. Continue on this road for approx 1 mile passing Tollymore Mountain Centre on your left. 500 yards beyond the Mountain Centre there is a right turning signposted Kilcoo (Tullyree Road).

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