June 9-11, 2017
Seeley, Wisconsin: OO and Hatchery Creek Trailheads
Cost: $175- (does not include lodging)
Limited to 50 participants. The clinic is geared to beginner and intermediate level riders.
Lodging: A block of rooms has been reserved at the Lenroot Lodge in Downtown Seeley – (715)634-7007. To take advantage of this block of rooms, please make your reservation by June 1 and be sure to mention that you are part of the CAMBA Women's Weekend.
5:30 pm - Group ride at OO Trailhead (optional)
7:30 pm - Meet & Greet at the Sawmill Saloon
Beer, wine & appetizers - complements of CAMBA
Create your own Bike/Name Plate – materials provided
9:00 a.m. - Yoga/Stretching
9:30-12:00 - Skills & Drills – OO Trailhead
12:00 noon - Lunch at OO Trailhead (provided)
1:30 - 4:00 pm - On the Trail Learning
Evening meal (on your own)
7:00 pm - Evening educational session - Basic Bike Maintenance & Repair - Sawmill Saloon - Freighthouse Theater
9:00 a.m. - Stretching
9:30 a.m. - Morning group ride/skill development to on-trail breakfast
12:00 - Clinic Wrap-up
REGISTRATION WILL OPEN IN MARCH.
Lori Hauswirth is a Level 2 IMBA ICP coach and is employed by the International Mountain Bicycling Association as IMBA Great Lakes Associate Regional Director and Executive Director of the Copper Harbor Trails Club. Lori has been organizing the very successful Copper Harbor Ladies Weekend for the last four years. As a coach she enjoys sharing her love of mountain biking and technical riding. Lori has been a XC and DH mountain bike racer for many years, an alpine ski racer and coach, mountain bike festival race director for 20 years, an organizer of local youth riding clinics, coached for the 2015 Liv Ladies AllRide Clinic in Duluth, and is a coach of the annual Rays MTB Women’s Weekend.
Lianna Miller is a key organizer for Copper Harbor Ladies Weekend and also the Copper Harbor Big Boy Clinic. Yes, she schools the boys too. She is also a former Collegiate MTB Champion for Michigan Tech, has been a certified coach for US Junior Cycling and her specialty is teaching everything from the basics to dropping in the rugged stuff. Lianna is an engineer by trade and can carry a conversation on anything from thermodynamics to chamois cream. Thankfully Lianna and her husband Ben have chosen to hang around the Midwest for a while.
Mandy Kramer has an attraction to beer and affinity for roaming the woods on a bicycle with her dog, but her true passion lies in sharing her love of the sport of mountain biking with others. She has experience riding many different styles including cross country, enduro, dirt jumping, and single speed, is PMBI certified and has coached at the Copper Harbor Ladies Weekend since year one and the 2015 Liv AllRide Clinic in Duluth. Mandy is thrilled to have a big kid job is as a mechanical engineer in Houghton, Mich., where she can be in close proximity to a vibrant biking community and terrific singletrack!
Candy Fletcher gets to spend her days promoting all the great outdoor opportunities in Marquette County of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula as Recreation Director for Travel Marquette. In her spare time, you can find her on her bike exploring the trails, guiding visitors, or teaching others how to have fun on a bike. As an ICP certified coach, Candy has been instructing at the Copper Harbor Ladies Weekend for three, Liv AllRide Clinic in Duluth, and has also led clinics in Marquette and at the WInMan Trails in Northern Wisconsin.