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Trail Etiquette General trail etiquette rules include bikers yielding to all horse users and hikers as well as a biker going downhill yielding to a biker who is climbing uphill. It is especially important to give horse users plenty of advanced notice and ask them what they prefer that you do, which could include remaining...

Practices will often occur during forecasted storms. Riding in the rain is quite fun and will not cancel or interrupt practice so long as it is light and doesn’t damage our trails. However, strict lightning protocols are in place for the safety of our team, including canceling or delaying if lightning is currently occurring within...

Hydration All middle school student-athletes should drink at least 8 ounces of water per day for every year of age to ensure that they are properly hydrated. For example, an 11-year old should drink at least 88 ounces of water each day. This doesn’t just apply to practice day, but throughout the week and minimally...

Each student-athlete must bring the following to every practice and race: Mountain bike in working order (see FAQs for advice on bike features, where to purchase, and typical costs) Bike helmet in safe condition and with a proper fit Closed-toe shoes Water bottle(s) or hydration pack Bike gloves Eye protection Spare tube (even if you run tubeless)...

TABLE OF CONTENTS Bike Skills/Equipment Practices Racing Cost and Financial Assistance Volunteers/Coaches Other BIKE SKILLS/EQUIPMENT QUESTION: What biking skills are required? All riding abilities are welcome and there are no tryouts. Our coaches will provide your child with the skills to navigate our trails in a safe and fun manner. Unlike some other sports, nobody...

The TeamSnap mobile app and website is where most team-based communications will occur, including practice schedules and locations, special announcements, Q&A, race-day info, and more. Below are a couple of tips and tricks for using this portal with the team. HOW TO ACCESS TeamSnap on the Apple iOS App Store TeamSnap on the Google Play...