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Moab, UT

There's good reason that Moab has held top spot on riders' wish lists for decades, and with all the recent single track trail development, now there's even more reason to go.

During this camp we'll be running our morning skill development sessions at Moab's Grand County High School, and then dividing our afternoon rides between Amasa Back, Navajo Rocks, Klonzo, Slickrock and the Moab Brand trails.

Whether you're a beginner, intermediate or advanced rider, you'll find something that's fun and challenging here. There's no shortage of rock to climb and descend, so many places to practice rolls, wheel lifts, and drops, and gorgeous views in every direction. Cross-country and all-mountain riders will be thrilled, and come away with an incredible jump in skills.

Sylvi Fae, who's both the co-owner of Moab Mountain Bike Instruction and a longtime key part of the Trek Dirt Series program, will be managing this camp. Add in all our regular coaches who live in the area and all the joy in springtime desert riding, and this could very well be our best season opener yet.



April 21-22 Moab, UT Closed
Camp Host

Poison Spider Bicycles map

During the camp weekend, Poison Spider is offering participants $200 off new bike purchases, 20% off all other retail merchandise, and 25% off bike rentals. This is a very busy time for the shop so, if you'd like to reserve a bike at this pricing, email them as soon as possible and put Trek Dirt Series Rental in the subject line.

Lunch Sponsors: Peace Tree Juice Café and 98 Center Moab

Beer Sponsor: Oskar Blues

Instruction Partner: Moab Mountain Bike Instruction

If you'd like to book additional lessons before or after your camp weekend, you can use this booking code for a 20% discount on Moab Mountain Bike Instruction privates: DIRTSERIES. Similarly, if you'll be travelling to camp with someone who doesn't fit the Trek Dirt Series camp demographic, they can use the code to take lessons with MMTBI instruction while you're with us.

Accommodation Information

April is a very popular time to visit Moab, so the best approach is to book your accommodations as soon as you can. There are a variety of hotels and motels in town, and the camping options are fantastic. We recommend that you start with a general online search, and then get in touch with us if you'd like help.