I'm not aware of any instruction really, but I'm sure a quick search of clubs in Quebec will get you onto the right path. As for choosing a bike and having an easy start to things, Rigaud is a good option. Like with skiing it's a good place to learn. 2 very easy cross country runs are a good intro. Not too hard up or down run 1 or 2 (being classed green).Hello all,
Does anyone know if there is a group/store/organization that offers mountain bike instruction in the Montreal area?
I have done a bit of road cycling, and would like to get started riding mountain bikes. I'm looking for everything from bike buying advice to actual riding techniques.
If your looking to try diff bikes and see what feels best Rocky Mountain are doing a demo day this Sunday June 1st from 9-1pm. I went last year and it was really fun to try out diff bikes. All they needed was an ID, my preference of pedal type (clips, or none etc), and that I had a helmet.
I'm not affiliated in any way, just a big fan of what mont Rigaud has done, and enjoyed the demo last year.