Our team has carefully curated a weekend full of activities to choose from. This is a great opportunity to try new activities, enjoy ones you already love, and create a weekend you will remember forever.

  1. Please choose only one 4-hour class per day (rock climbing, mountain biking, paddling, long hike) and fill the rest of your schedule with the shorter 2-hour classes / workshops.
  2. Please do not sign up for the same class/workshop more than once to ensure all participants have the chance to try different activities. Yoga is an exception to this rule - you can sign up for this more than once.. 
  3. If you are interested in a class that is full please sign up for the waitlist. We do have the ability to increase capacity in some classes if there is enough interest.
  4. Please note: You cannot double book time slots. If you select a community event like a meal or happy hour that overlaps with a class you will not be able to sign up for the class. You DO NOT need to add the community events to your schedule as everyone is welcome. so prioritize adding the classes / workshops to your schedule first.
Following these guidelines will help ensure that you don’t overdo it and that everyone will get to have a weekend full of different experiences.
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Friday, September 27 • 8:00am - 12:00pm
Intro to Mountain Biking

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Limited Capacity seats available

Maybe you are new to mountain biking and want to learn the proper technique to make your riding safer and more enjoyable. Or maybe you just want to brush up on your skills. We will go over the foundational skills and cover things like body positioning, braking, shifting, pedaling techniques, cornering, climbing, and descending. Great for beginner/intermediate riders or anyone who hasn't taken a skills clinic before.

PREREQUISITE - You must be comfortable riding a bike. This is not a learn how to bike class.

PROVIDED: Bike and bike helmet.

REQUIRED: Closed toe shoes. Sandals are not allowed. Water bottle and small pack to carry water and snakcs in. Gloves are recommended if you have them.

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Tina Brubaker

Guide, Grit Clinics
Tina "Earthquaker" Brubaker started racing cyclocross and mountain bikes in Portland, Oregon in 1994. Tina is a 'Jackie of All Trades' on a bike, with race experience that ranges from road and track, to cyclocross, cross country, and enduro. Her versatility on two wheels has made... Read More →

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Grit Clinics

Grit Clinics

Friday September 27, 2019 8:00am - 12:00pm PDT
Basecamp 3