Sunday 13th October 2019
That’s right girls, our sociable and fun-focused female-specific Coaching and Guided Rides are back with a vengeance and we have two dates and two excellent venues to tickle your fancy in 2019.
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IMPORTANT: To the best of our knowledge the details provided are accurate at the time of listing. However, as with any outdoor event of this type, there can always be unforeseen circumstances that will lead to changes or cancellations. For all demo days, please check with the organiser directly to confirm the event is going ahead, timing, location, bike availability and any other additional detail.
What is Muckmaiden?
Muckmaiden Days are normally held a couple of weeks before each Muckmedden event to give female riders the chance to enjoy a social ride on the trails that will be used in the upcoming race, or get some professional coaching in a female-specific environment.
The Muckmaiden Guided Rides are a great opportunity for female shredders to ride some of the trickier course sections and get advice from the ladies who regularly podium in the UK MTB racing scene.
With a general grading of “Red with Black Graded Features” this Muckmaiden day sells out fast so don’t hang about if you want to guarantee a place. It may be worth considering the coaching for this one if you are unsure how spicy the Black graded technical sections will be.
We’ve kept entry costs down to just £15.00 for non-racers and a hugely discounted £5.00* for female Fair City Enduro race entrants! *Use the code muckmaidenperth when you buy your ticket for the Guided Ride.)
Skills Coaching is provided by Progression Bikes. These sessions are perfect for any female riders looking to hone their MTB skills, no matter what level they ride at. There are generally two sessions per day, which are split into two groups; Novice/Intermediate and Intermediate/Advanced. Sessions concentrate on specific areas of your riding, such as tackling drop-offs, jumps and roots. The cost is £35 per person and includes the smug satisfaction of knowing you’re now a better rider than when you started.