Mountain Bike Course


Our female friendly cycling club in Manchester is basically the same as the cycling course for the guys but without the guys…

Our Mountain Bike Course for women is designed to provide you with the same top-quality coaching and techniques as our course for men, but in a female-only environment. You’ll have the chance to relax and enjoy the day in the company of like-minded women who share your passion for mountain biking.

Our experienced instructors work at your pace, ensuring that our sessions are tailored to your individual ability level. Each group is limited to four female riders per instructor, or you can opt for a one-to-one training session if you prefer.

During our session, we’ll cover the same techniques, use the same equipment, and ride the same style bikes as our male counterparts. We’ll focus on getting up the hill and down safely, providing you with the skills and confidence you need to tackle any trail.

If you have any questions or concerns on the day, please don’t hesitate to ask. We’re happy to advise on everything from what tools to carry to the best local routes to try out. Join our Female Friendly Cycling Club in Manchester today and discover the joy of mountain biking with like-minded women!

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Skills Itinerary

Bike check and set up – A simple M Check which entails checking components on the bike to make sure it is going to perform to a safe standard while on the course, setting up the seat height and tyre pressures, checking the brakes.

Using the correct gears – A brief chat about using gears correctly in different circumstances depending on terrain.

Braking control – Using correct braking techniques while on the trails.

Body position – The correct techniques required for descending and climbing.

Weight shift – Allowing your body to relax allowing the bike to move freely.

Slow speed control – Learning to control your bike at slow speeds which will help you out of some difficult situations.

Front wheel lift – Lifting the front wheel over small obstacles like rocks or logs while on the trails.

Based throughout Greater Manchester and Lancashire.

Contact NCA Philips Park, Whitefield

The Barn Countryside Centre
Philips Park
Park Lane
M45 7QJ

Contact NCA Outwood Park, Radcliffe

Outwood Country Park
Ringley Road West
M26 1DE

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