Mountain Biking 101
Seniors-College (18 yrs old+)
Register by May 1st for Summer courses
Call/Text Matt: 248-961-0014
MOUNTAIN BIKING 101
Semester 4: Begins the week of July 4th, 2020
(Day and time to be determined, but will be consistent weekly for the first 4 weeks)
Training rides on Sundays and Tuesdays (tentatively)
Holdridge Lakes, Holly
Pontiac Lake, Waterford
Highland Recreation, White Lake
Leaving Friday, August 14th @ 5:30pm from Fenton, MI
Car camping 3 nights, 3 days of riding some of the best downhill tracks in the midwest
Tuesday-Thursday will be an optional service project on the shore of Lake Superior (details still in progress)
Returning Friday, August 21st @8:30pm to Fenton, MI
All gear provided (cost includes bike rentals for Copper Harbor)
Students will need some specific clothing (detailed list will be provided), snacks for the road, and adventurous attitude!
Copper Harbor… look it up and you’ll find it has some of the best in the midwest! Shuttle to the top to save the legs then get ready to grind down the slopes back to town, which happens to be on the shoreline of Michigan’s prized Lake Superior. Mix intense riding with epic stories, quality hang time and the beauty of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and you have a winning combination of manhood. Full suspension, hydraulic disc brakes, and a frame designed for rugged impact bikes are a must and will be provided if you don’t have your own, so don’t let a lack of gear stop you from this powerful trip! Add to expensive toys and adventure the sharpening conversation around a bon fire under a sky full of stars and you have a glimpse of Project Forty at its best.
All Project Forty instructors have been trained in their focused discipline and carry a minimum 2 years experience as a Guide Partner, under direct supervision from a current and certified instructor. Biking instructors hold a Wilderness Advanced First (WAFA) or higher and have trail experience on the given routes. All bikes are inspected before use in the program to ensure that braking power, suspension, gear ratios, and tires are adequate for trail terrain and grade. Helmets are to be worn at all times on the bike.