Friday, July 16 – Sunday, July 18

Men in bike helmets watch as a man on a mountain bike rides a bermed bank on a trail

Join us for CAMBA’s first Men’s Mountain Bike weekend clinic! This clinic is open to guys – whether you are an old fart, a young buck, or somewhere in between. Join the rest of us as we spend a weekend improving your riding skills. Anyone looking to significantly improve their riding skills and enjoying 2.5 days of learning from the best coaches in the area will fit in. Come learn, improve, AND enjoy the amazing CAMBA trails. All skill levels are welcome!

The clinic begins the afternoon of July 16 and finishes the afternoon of July 18. Each day will include a combination of skills, trail riding to reinforce those skills, and some free time with your coaches for additional skills. You’ll be in a group of 7-9 participants, with a coach and assistant coach. Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and Sunday snacks are included in your registration.

See the schedule below: Note that all participants will be notified if there are any changes. Email Laurie Woodbury with any questions.

Location: Hatchery Creek Trailhead,

Friday, July 16, 2021

  • 4:00 pm – Hatchery Creek parking lot. Check-in, meet fellow participants, get group assignments. Possibly go for an easy group ride.
  • 6:30 pm – Dinner served, (included in your registration), followed by special group topic sessions (TBD)

Saturday, July 17

  • 8:30 am – Location TBD. Coffee and breakfast treats provided
  • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm – Get with your group! We’ll rotate through stations on the skills course, where you’ll learn about basic body position, saddle height, how to comfortably go over rocks and logs, negotiate curves, anticipate the trail ahead, ride a pump track and berm course, and more!
  • Noon – Lunch provided and group photos.
  • 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm – Continue to work on your skills, and put them to work in small group rides on the trails at the park. Take part in on-the-trail sessions according to ability.
  • 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm- Dinner served (included in your registration).
  • 7:00 pm – Sign up for Sunday’s special group sessions; optional social hangout and ride talk

Sunday, July 18, 2021:

  • 9:00 am – 12:00 pm – Meet at your “Choose your Own” location and ride, session, and have fun! Breakfast on your own. Snacks provided for your enjoyment on the trail.

Registration: $245

Lodging is not included with the cost of registration; we’ll give you more detail on lodging options in the near future.

Come on and join us in this first-ever CAMBA Men’s Clinic and ride away with a bunch of new riding skills!

Lodging is not included in your registration fee.  We’ve worked with the Lenroot Lodge, in beautiful Seeley, Wisconsin for a clinic special rate.  Call the Lenroot Lodge at 715-634-7007 to book your room; if there is no answer at that number, call 715-634-5660 (Sawmill Saloon, right next door) to reserve your room.  Be sure to mention that you are with the CAMBA Clinic! 

Cancellation policy.

Register and get your tickets below via Eventbrite

Covid Protocols:

Your safety is our priority! We want to share with you the extra precautions we will be taking at our clinics to keep our participants, coaches, and assistants safe and help prevent the spread of Covid-19. If you have specific questions about our policies, please reach out to us at llwoodbury@icloud.com. We are happy to assist you.

Each clinic location is different, so our procedures may vary slightly from clinic to clinic. Any additional location-specific policies will be outlined in the pre-clinic email that you will receive two weeks prior to the camp.

All participants are responsible for keeping up to date with local and statewide Covid-19 travel policies. Please plan only to attend the clinic if you can observe all regulations set forth by your local jurisdictions.

Our Covid-19 Protocols, Pre-clinic:

We are working with the local communities and government agencies to abide by the most current local COVID-19 protocols.

Our internal protocols are being updated regularly to make sure we’re always up-to-date with the latest information and safety measures

In order to protect the health and safety of all CAMBA Clinic coaches and participants, we ask that you notify us immediately, and plan to stay home if you feel ill or are exhibiting any of the following symptoms: Fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion, runny nose, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.

During the Clinic:

    • There will be NO indoor activities. Everything will be held outdoors – rain or shine! Our evening meet and greets, evening sessions, meals, skills and drills, will all be outside, in open outdoor areas.
    • Participants will be assigned a group with no more than eight participants and two coaches.
    • Masks are required when a distance of six feet cannot be maintained. When at the venue, in larger group settings, and briefly while passing others on a trail, have your mask on. Carry a mask with you at all times in case of emergency.
    • Hand sanitizer will available at all times; we ask that you carry a small bottle with you during the clinic as well.
    • Handwashing stations will be available at the venue.
    • All food prep is completed while wearing gloves and face masks.
    • Food and snacks will be provided in a safe and sanitary manner so that they are only touched by the recipient of the food, and will be wrapped or grab and go bagged meals.
    • If a participant shows up with signs of sickness, we will ask them to seek medical attention and not attend the camp.
    • It’s so tempting to hug and high five to celebrate our accomplishments but please refrain….fist bumps and cheers allowed, but please keep the minimum distance requested.
    • Social distancing will be maintained whenever possible, according to the recommendations of the CDC of six feet.
    • Coaches will guide each participant to perform their own bike and equipment check. In the event that a coach needs to touch a student’s bike to help with set-up or repair, they will do so at a safe distance from the participant and sanitize properly before and after.

Let’s go have some fun, learn some skills, and get out mountain biking!