Ashwabay Women’s Mountain Bike Clinic
Join us for the second annual CAMBA Women’s Mountain Bike Weekend at Mt. Ashwabay.
May 15-17, 2020, Friday-Sunday
All skill levels are welcome. Beginning riders will learn basic skills for singletrack riding, while advanced riders will expand their skills on the extensive and challenging Mt. Ashwabay trails. Everyone will have an opportunity to gain confidence and have a great time with a group of women who loving riding. Instruction provided by regional certified coaches experienced in coaching beginner to advanced riders. Live it up on the sweet trails with food, swag, and fun.
Certified coaches will be teaching beginner, intermediate, and advanced riders of all ages who want to improve their skills on the beautiful and extensive Ashwabay trails overlooking the Chequamegon Bay and Apostle Islands. Everyone will have an opportunity to gain confidence and have a great time with a group of women who love riding. Participants will receive swag, breakfast, and coffee each morning, Saturday lunch, and snacks.
Bayfield, Wisconsin: Mt. Ashwabay Trailheads & Howl Adventure Center
(Does not include lodging.)
Limited to 56 participants. All levels are welcome.
Lodging: There are many great places to stay on the beautiful Bayfield peninsula, many with views of Lake Superior and close to the CAMBA trails at Mt. Ashwabay, Howl Adventure Center, and downtown Bayfield. https://www.bayfield.org/lodging/
Friday – May 15
4:00-7pm – Gather at Howl Adventure Center to check-in, meet fellow participants, and demo Liv/Giant mountain bikes on Howl’s pump track. Mechanics will be on hand for any bike help and tune-up needs. Island Eats Food Truck will also be there with delicious locally sourced food. Adventure Club Brewing is on site. PLUS CRAFTS!
Saturday May 16
9:00 am – Kickapoo Coffee and breakfast at Mt. Ashwabay
9:45-Noon – Skills and drills
Noon – Lunch at Mt. Ashwabay.
1:00-4:00pm – Skills and practice on trails
Dinner on your own in Washburn or Bayfield.
7:00 pm at Howl Adventure Center
Join in on educational and fun breakout sessions such as basic bike maintenance and repair, how to change a flat tire, suspension set-up, packing your pack, stretching and conditioning, brakes and maintenance, trail advocacy, and overcoming fear. We’ll also have a fun jewelry station from a local silversmith on hand for making your own bike-themed jewelry if you choose!
Sunday May 17
8:30 am – Kickapoo Coffee and breakfast. Riding at Ashwabay
Noon – Sandwich to go
Clinic schedule subject to change.
While attending the Ashwabay Women’s Mountain Bike Clinic or in the future when visiting the Bayfield area, pleas be sure to patronize the generous sponsors who help fund the development of the Mt. Ashwabay Trails.