Radical Roots

Mountain Bike

Instruction

  Fun • Safe • Progression

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There are many ways we help riders cultivate a better ride

together we will feed your roots and help your riding grow
 

 

what are your goals?

Working one-on-one with a coach is the quickest way to progress towards your own personal riding goals. However, if you have a friend or two with similar goals - book a lesson together and gain a study buddy. We even send you home with plenty of (fun) homework. It’s a pretty radical approach to coaching and it shows in our glowing testimonials and high ratings.

fun venues, new friends, & bikes!

We partner with a variety of organizations to bring you some of the best mountain bike skills clinic events around. From WA to WV & AK to AZ - we have curated unique and value-packed events for any level of rider. Join us at a Radical Event to deepen your understanding of mountain bike skills while riding in world class destinations and making new friends.

Private lessons for coaches

With 17 years of experience coaching mountain bike skills, Angi can help you hone your own teaching and riding skills in a custom private or small group lesson. Together we will deepen your understanding of effective coaching strategies while strengthening your technical riding skills. Getting certified is one step to becoming a good coach but seeking continuing education like this is what makes great coaches.

 
 
 

Our Radical Way

Learn more about what you can expect when you hire Radical Roots MTB Instruction, what our past students have to say, and session ideas to request for your custom lesson

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The Root Of It

Get to know us better by browsing the photo gallery here or by clicking the buttons below to learn more about Radical Roots MTB Instruction and to meet head coach, Angi Weston.

 
 

Follow Along

coach angi travels north America Coaching at some of the best Group Training events. Follow along!

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Connect with Angi

 
 

 
 
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