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The equipment

The bike

Make sure that your bike is in good condition; we will have more time to work on your skills.

Other equipment needed

  • Sufficient water and snacks as needed

  • Multi-Tool, portable pump and replacement tube

  • Clothing adapted to the temperature

  • Helmet in good condition and well fitted

  • Wearing knee protectors, gloves and glasses is strongly recommended.

  • Bring mosquito repellent, among other things, to prevent tick bites (depending on your region)


For an optimal experience and security


  • Communicate the relevant elements of your physical and mental state to your instructor: injuries, apprehensions, condition, etc. 

  • Respect your physical and mental limits at all times.

  • Each lesson and module offered is optional. You are in the best position to know if this is right for you; be transparent and communicate with us. 

  • The instructor bases him/herself on your objectives and your wishes, but may refuse to teach you a technique / to make you overcome a challenge if he or she does not judge that you have the necessary background and skills.


Trail etiquette

Here are the main rules regarding mountain bike safety.  


  • Respect your pace

  • Be in control at all times

  • Leave space between cyclists

  • Stop in safe, wide and visible places

  • Look ahead before entering a trail

  • Always provide assistance to an injured cyclist / in the event of a mechanical breakdown

  • Pick up your trash at all times

  • Respect trail closures

  • Priority for uphill cyclists

  • When passing or passing other cyclists, say how many people in your group are following you.

  • If you arrive at a trail junction and have not received an indication; it's straight ahead

  • Wait for other group members when there is a trail junction to take

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