'Tougher than your average monkey, through mountain biking wilderness experiences.'
To ride every weekend is a massive undertaking requiring some commitment of time and resources. The advantage of this tho is a developed character & resilience.
'Put down your 'phones and have a wild-hood.'
Our fee structure is set up so that greater value is realized of a year of regular attendance. Every week there are at least three to four opportunities to come for a mountain bike ride. In 2020 for example, one lad came out a total of 78 times (average ride duration 2.5 to 3 hours) and one would not believe the climber he's become.
If a biker can make it out regularly; they will benefit in these ways, at least;
- get taught good and proven means and skills to control their bike over varying terrain on trails.
- learn how to be in the outdoors, in a variety of weather.
- learn how to maintain and inspect their bike, and perform basic repairs.
- make friends, and discover new trails.
The Team Fish Bike Club program is a large investment in time and resources, but there's no better way to get your stoked youngster an intro to the outdoors and a great start in a fun, weekly exercise regimen. Many ex=Team Fish bikers are still out there, in their late 'teens and 20's.
Bringing over 20 years' leadership on Vancouver Island, with a significant level of training (PMBIA, NCCP, and EBIT, even IMBA/CMIC early on) and outdoors experience (out every weekend for the last ten years), Alex takes great pride in the role he plays within the Vancouver Island youth MTBiking ecosystem.
Inspiration for this program comes from early life Wolf Cub, Boy Scout and Royal Canadian Army Cadet experiences, as well as a preference to get oneself set up to go on outdoor adventures, be it by boot or mountain bike, self-sufficient in the woods.
Alex' direct contact is 250-885-5305 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss this unique program.
'The more often you come out, the greater value you'll realize. It's on the rider to do what they can to bring more to the game than they take; to put in their honest best effort. I can help.' Alex Jefthas