From The Sedona Mountain Bike Festival:
The Sedona Mountain Bike Festival is proud to announce that it will be home to the VIDA MTB Series women’s skills clinic. VIDA has been a stand out in the mountain bike industry, bringing women of all abilities together to learn and refine skills, and build the confidence that women need to be better riders. VIDA infuses this instruction-based clinic with the expertise of women coaches, creating a positive environment where not only are skills learned, but friendships are formed.
As an added value to this year’s VIDA clinic, riders registered will receive free registration to the Sedona Mountain Bike Festival, a $100 dollar value. With entry into the Festival, riders will be able to demo any bike from the many companies bringing their demo fleets (for the clinic days, it’s asked the you bring your own bike), two beer tickets per day, free shuttles to the trail heads, and one event beer glass. Bands will be playing all weekend, and fun is sure to be had.
Stay tuned for more information and check the event website: sedonamtbfestival.com,which will be updated with details as we have them. To sign up for the VIDA MTB Series in Sedona, email email@example.com. See you in March!
VIDA‘s mission is to foster a passion among women for mountain biking through the highest quality instruction, and to create a lifelong community of riders. We are focused on inspiring a movement that promotes cycling as a way of improving lives. We will achieve this by organizing events that communicate our philosophy and reflect our values, and thread together a network of ambassadors who share our passion on a deeper level in communities around the world.
The Sedona MTB Festival is 3-day mountain bike celebration that will include a Main Expo/Festival area at the beautiful Tlaquepaque Village, Bike Demos from over 20 bike companies, Shuttled Rides, a Beer Garden, great Bands for (2) nights and a whole lotta sweet RED SINGLETRACK! A portion of the events proceeds will be going to the Verde Valley Cycling Collimation so they can continue their mission to improve the bicycle environment in the region.
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