Join us for the 2nd Annual Shred the Edge mountain bike race in support of the Salem County Reactors mountain bike team & Ranch Hope! This grassroots race offers 3 different levels of racing on our 3 mile course – kids, novice, and advanced. Click HERE to register ONLINE TODAY! Day-of registration will be increased ($5 increase for kids race and $10 increase for the novice & advanced race). We can’t wait to shred with you!
Coaching Essentials, including NICA On-the-Bike Skills “101” Training for coaches, led by NJICL sponsor and national coach support-trained staff of Cognition Coaching. To register or for more information CLICK HERE
You’ll learn the NICA-endorsed training method, which includes the progressive steps needed to teach anyone (even yourself) both basic and advanced mountain biking skills. You will also learn about experiential teaching techniques, how to accommodate different learning styles, and how to create a positive learning environment for young riders.
This clinic will be held outdoors, so please bring your bike and appropriate riding and safety gear for the weather – we recommend layers. The fee includes the NICA Coaching Manual digital download, and a NICA OTB 101 field guide for your pack and snacks for the day.
Camp Edge has opened the doors for camping for our coaches for the entire weekend! There is a race on Saturday which benefits the camp and our very own Salem County Reactors Team! Feel free to register for the race and camp out Saturday evening to take part in our training on Sunday. How cool!
Link to Shred the Edge registration: https://www.bikereg.com/39689
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