Viewing 10 posts - 1 through 10 (of 10 total)
  • MTB skills course south west – who’s good?
  • Premier Icon woody74
    Full Member

    Are there any good mountain bike instructors within a 2 hr drive of Bristol. For 2018 I need to up my game and get out of true comfort zone.

    Premier Icon Rorschach
    Free Member
    Premier Icon ifra
    Full Member

    I used pro ride mtb at FOD for a day and they were very good, I believe pedal progression at Ashton Court are supposed to also be good

    Premier Icon orena45
    Free Member

    Jay Williamson at Gawton

    His FB page for info

    Premier Icon noskills
    Free Member

    Have a look at plus3mtb, course seems to cover all aspects of riding better/with more confidence. Not been on one yet but hope to later in the year. Have met one of their instructors Sandy a few times and he’s not only rapid but a genuinely nice guy.

    Premier Icon ajantom
    Full Member

    There’s always Elbry 😆 😈 *

    *this joke may not make sense to some 😉

    Premier Icon mark90
    Free Member

    Have heard very good things about Katy Curd so I’m booked in for a private coaching session in a couple of weeks.

    Home

    I have also found pedal progression coaching to be good. Pedalabikeaway less so.

    Premier Icon jimw
    Free Member

    James Richards, Malvern area based.
    Highly recommended.
    https://www.mtbsprocket.co.uk

    Premier Icon rob1984p
    Free Member

    Pedal Progresssion at Ashton Court

    Premier Icon oikeith
    Full Member

    I can recommend Rob at Newlines MTB I’ve been guided around Dartmoor and Minehead by Rob and coached, Robs a really good rider and nice guy too.

Viewing 10 posts - 1 through 10 (of 10 total)

The topic ‘MTB skills course south west – who’s good?’ is closed to new replies.