Presented by SRAM
Gravity Girls is a MTB Clinic designed to bring together the female riding community and progress your MTB riding skills in a supportive environment with other fun and encouraging riders.
Gravity Girls is generally grouped into three experience levels and focuses on the core techniques of mountain biking including body position, cornering and braking. More advanced riders will also learn the fundamentals of jumps and drops.
Our respected and supportive female coaches will take your riding to the next level. Some prior gravity mountain bike experience is required.
- Class size: Max 8
- Location: Beginner (green) gravity trails to advanced (black) gravity trails in the MTB Park
- Lunch: Not provided
- Meeting Time: 8:50am for a 9am start
- Meeting Location: MTB School flags at the base of Kosciuszko Chairlift. View Map
- Duration: 6 Hours
- Before The Lesson: Meet and greet with your instructor. You will be allocated to a group based on your ability level
- Weekends and Peak Periods: If you plan to pick up your MyThredbo Card or bike rental before your lesson, please leave sufficient time to do so. Please note, during peak holiday and weekend periods in-resort wait times may be lengthy (up to 45 minutes)
- Your MyThredbo Card loaded with MTB lift access
- Comfortable riding clothes including MTB riding shorts or pants
- Dual suspension mountain bike (Enduro or All-Mountain) with disc brakes is highly recommended. However a mountain bike with front suspension and two functional brakes with handle bar levels (no back pedal brakes) is the minimum requirement
- Protective equipment – Helmet (full-face highly recommended), knee pads, elbow guards, gloves, goggles and sturdy closed toe shoes
- Small backpack or hydration pack with extra layers and wet weather gear
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Thredbo sits on the traditional land of the Monero – Ngarigo people who have looked after this land, water and community for over 60,000 years. We thank them for all they have done and continue to do to look after their country, a special place which we all love and respect.