Ride with Tinker Juarez in St. George, Utah! For the first time ever, Tinker is excited to share his knowledge with you for two days worth of great memories created as you ride bikes with him. You will learn critical cycling skills from the best there is. Location will be St. George local trails, but exact locations will be emailed to only those registered prior to the events. Tinker is the longest riding full time professional mountain biker still going strong. Yes, since the beginning of not just mountain bike racing, but also BMX. He is a fascinating person, great story teller and excellent teacher of all things bicycling. Please join him if you wish to improve your skills, stamina, strength and enjoyment of your bicycles in literally a single day.
For $99 each day, you can choose one or both days, of riding and enjoying the company of the “Living Legend” of mountain bike racing. Tinker is racing True Grit Epic 100 on March 12. You are encouraged to race or spectate to see Tinker in action. Then on March 13th and/or 14th you will have the chance to ride with him on local trails, where you will learn new skills, get expert advice and receive pro tips. Lunch will be provided. You will also enjoy a question and answer session, along with stories of Tinker’s career experiences. Space is extremely limited. You will also receive a limited production shirt only available if you get the rare opportunity to ride with Tinker! Sign up on BikeReg!
*As a special for my first ever workshop of this kind, I would like to give you a free entry if you help me by getting 5 of your friends to sign up. The way this works is when you sign up, you will be given a referral code. If you have 5 friends sign up, you will be given your free entry equal to what they sign up for.
We are beyond thrilled and grateful for a wonderful partnership and the ability to donate to IMBA to help keep our incredible trails in pristine condition. We also thank GroPromotions for helping to share the word about this ride opportunity with Tinker. And of course we thank the City of St. George, The BLM, and all else who make it possible for us to enjoy the trails. Keep on riding on!