Invest in your skills and mental game with a 3 day coaching session from Gene Hamilton of BetterRide. BetterRide 3 coaching session alumni* had an amazing season in 2009 and won’t be slowing down in 2010.
*(Mitch Ropelato 2009 Pro 4x and Jr. Cat 1 Downhill National Champ, Chris Van Dine (Cannondale), Naish Ulmer (Go-Ride, US World Junior Team), Andrew Pierce (Go-Ride, top 10 finish in Deer Valley), Eli Krahenbuel (Trek, 2008 Colliegate Omnium Champion), Joey Schusler (Yeti, 2008 Colorado Champion, 2008 Colliegate Downhill Champion), the Michael and Brian Buell (Rotec, 2nd place 2008 Colliegate National Championships), Chris Canfield (Canfield Brothers), Ben Craner (2007, 2008Utah Champion), Parker Worthington (Puma, 3rd Jr. Expert US National Championships), Graeme Pitts (Dark Horse Racing, US World Junior Team), Dustin Belcher (Totally Wired, US World Junior Team) and many more beginner to pro racers
If you would like to create your best season yet do what these racers did and invest in racing future with coaching from BetterRide. Winter camps are filling up fast so register soon.
Dec. 27-29, 2009 Boulder City, NV Downhill Skills Coaching Session sold out
Jan. 2-4, 2010 Boulder City, NV Downhill Skills Coaching Session (for
pro and jr. Cat racers) 4 of 12 spots available
Feb. 26-28, 2010 Boulder City, NV Women’s Downhill Skills Coaching
Session 10 of 12 spots available
more camps coming in April and throughout the summer
To sign up and for more information please visit www.betterride.net
About BetterRide: Gene Hamilton founded BetterRide in 1998 to provide structured, professional mtb skills coaching to racers of all ages. Gene is a licensed USA Cycling Expert Coach and has over 17 years of coaching experience including 11 years coaching mountain biking. His coaching highlights include coaching many top pro racers (Chris Van Dine, Eli Krahenbuhl, Andrew Pierce, ..) top junior experts (Ben Hulse, Naish Ulmer, Parker Worthington, …). Gene is a pretty good racer too, in 13 seasons as a pro downhill racer he has won a Silver (2002) and two Bronze Medals (2006, 1999) at the UCI World Masters Championships.
source: Gene Hamilton