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July 3rd: Pro BMX Racer Carly Young will be at the park giving a free Jump Clinic from 2-5pm. The clinic is free with paid park admission and open to all riders.
For the weeks of June 23rd-27th and July 21st-25th we will be open from 4-10pm.
June 21st: Profile Racing and FBM visit the park on their QBP Tour. Come ride with Crandal, Dillon Leeper, Eric Holladay, Phil Jones, Zach Rogers and Mark Mulville from 12-5pm.
Fathers get in for FREE! For Father’s Day, get your father in for free with the purchase of any pass and get rad on this Father’s Day!
Join Harlan Price, the designer of the Fundamental Skills Area and owner of TakeAim Cycling, for Evening Clinics 5:30-7:30pm, 8-10pm
Private clinics are available on Monday and Tuesday. Contact Harlan at 717 253-3298 or Harlan@takeaimcycling.com
5:30-7:30pm: Mountain Biking Fundamentals: All levels have something
8-10pm: Conquering Logs and Obstacles
5:30-7:30pm: Pump and Flow: Become one with your bike!
8-10pm: Steeps and Drops.
All levels are welcome to each clinic.
$35 each session includes park pass.
$5 discount for each additional session.
10 person limit per class
Register on BikeReg.com or at The Wheel Mill
Harlan Price is a certified Level II IMBA and PMBI Coach. He’s a former National Series Champion, member of Team USA, current State Champion in Single Speed and travels the East Coast instructing all levels of mountain bikers in order to add more fun to their riding experience!
We’ve teamed up with BikePGH to bring you Fundamentals of City Cycling Class. This class is taught at The Wheel Mill’s indoor practice facility on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. Veteran bike educators Karen Brooks and Harry Geyer are the instructors.
The Wheel Mill’s indoor venue, and the class’s small-group, drop-in style allow participants to learn and practice city cycling skills in a controlled, protected environment. Participants will learn some on-bike skills from the League of American Bicyclists’ Traffic Skills 101 curriculum. Each class’s subject will differ depending on attendance, participant-demand and instructor judgement; but if you come with a particular question, you’ll leave with an answer. Classes will deal with subjects such as:
– Proper body, hand, and foot position, and riding while standing up
– Skills for starting & stopping in traffic
– Using proper hand-signals to convey your movement
– Techniques for handling common obstacles such as railroad tracks, potholes and curbs
– How to perform a pre-ride safety check and select the right gearing
– How to adjust your bike for better comfort and control
Riders will have time before and after the class to practice new skills in The Wheel Mill’s Warm Up Room and Fundamental Skills Room.
To sign up stop by the park or sign up online HERE.