Here at Trail Motions mtb coaching and guiding we understand the importance of just getting out on your bike and leaving any stresses and strains of day to day life behind you. This is why we always try and put on at least one social group guided ride each month to give our clients and […]Read More
Trail Motions Mountain Bike Skills
Trail Motions Bike Skills has been providing a high standard of mtb skills coaching and guided riding in the North West and The Lake District for over a decade. Our fully qualified mountain bike leaders have the riding experience, skills, and local knowledge to help you get the most out of your time on the bike. Being based on the edge of the Lake District National Park means we have some amazing trails on our doorstep. We work and play out on the trails and up in the fells. Trail Motions offers regular group skills coaching sessions from Gisburn Forest and Grizedale Forest. Other locations are also available for private / one to one bookings.
Trail Motions has been offering mountain bike skills coaching and guided riding in the Lake District and North West for over a decade. We use fully qualified and experienced instructors to ensure you get the most out of your time with us.
We can help you explore new areas and show you hidden gems, amazing views and sublime singletrack, in and around our favourite riding spots in the Lake District. If you simply want to head out into the wilderness for a guided 2 wheeled adventure then you need look no further than our Lake District guiding sessions.
We can help improve your confidence on the bike with techniques you can use wherever you ride. Whether you’re an absolute beginner or you’ve been riding for years, we look at the way you ride and provide a tailored coaching session that will focus on building the skills you need to become a smoother, faster, and safer rider.
If there’s something in particular you’d like to work on or if you want to learn how to corner faster, climb better, smooth out roots and rocks, learn how to jump, ride drop off’s properly or understand how it all comes together on the trail, then it’s time to book yourself a Skills session.