RM - Wheels-Up DH Mountain Bike Clinic

Dates: Saturday, September 9, 2023 - Sunday, September 10, 2023 from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (2 Days)
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Event Type: Education Clinic

Location: Snowmass Ski Area

Registration Information:
- Cost: $250.00
- CEUs: 12

Event Prerequisites: Current PSIA-AASI Membership

Registration Deadline: Wednesday, August 30, 2023, 4:09 am

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Online Registration: CLOSED

Offline Registration: Please download an event application from the menu on the left and submit it to the Rocky Mountain Division Office.

Course Description:

Gear up for an adrenaline pumping adventure at this Wheels Up clinic, where the worlds of mountain biking and snowsports come together in an exhilarating fusion! Join members of PSIA-AASI-Rocky Mountain's education staff, as they give you a "behind the scenes" of an operational bike park and downhill mountain bike coaching as well as building your personal DH Mountain bike skills. Put the teaching for transfer concept into action when reverse engineering snowsports through mountain biking. Whether you're a beginner eager to learn the basics or an experienced rider looking to refine your skills, our clinic offers comprehensive experience. With personalized instruction, safety tips, and plenty of hands-on practice, you'll leave the clinic with newfound confidence and the skills to conquer trails and slopes alike. Put yourself in the shoes of a beginner and learn something new; your riding and teaching will only improve!

All bikes must have disc brakes and bikers must be confident and comfortable riding their bike on the road before enrolling in this camp. All participants must have a way to carry their own water, a helmet, an appropriate and well-tuned bike, and are strongly encouraged to bring a snack, rain gear and an extra layer. Should you have any questions regarding your personal biking skills or any gear you own that you would like to use during this clinic please contact the PSIA-RM office at 970-879-8335,

A 30% discount on bike rentals will be provided by 4 Mountain Sports. You can see the bikes here. Anyone wishing to use this code must call the Mtn Call Center to book at 800-525-6200, and you must provide the group code to the sales agent. The code is PSIA. All reservations must be made no later than 48 hours in advance, and that same time period applies for any changes or cancellations. Bike inventory is subject to availability.

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Lodging Information: Please check out this document to view discounted lodging rates for the season by location.

Additional Event Details:

If you need an ADA accommodation, please reference this document and contact the division office at least 4 weeks prior to the event.  Please note, events can fill up at any time, even prior to the registration deadline. Rocky Mountain reserves the right to cancel an event due to low event registrations or other reasons at any time. Typically a decision is made 2-3 weeks from the event start date regarding cancellation. If booking lodging, please check the cancellation policy for the lodging you reserve. By signing up for a Rocky Mountain event, you are agreeing to abide by our Cancellation Policy. 

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Cancellation Policy

If you decide not to attend your event, either online or in person, our standard cancellation policy applies:

Full Refund Period:

Up to two weeks prior to the start date and time of your event, you can transfer your event registration fee to another event or cancel your registration at no cost.

Partial Refund Period:

Between two weeks and one week prior to the start date and time of your event, you can cancel your event, or transfer your event registration fee to another event for an administrative fee equal to 50% of the cost of your event registration.

Non-Refundable Period:

Less than one week prior to the start date and time of your event, no event transfers are provided, and events are non-refundable.

Additional Details:

Extenuating circumstances (medical or bereavement, etc.) will always be considered for a full refund if the request is received no more than one week after the start of the event.

Note: Certain premier regional and national events follow a cancellation policy different from the standard cancellation policy outlined above. Please refer to those events directly for the applicable event cancellation policies.


Waitlist Policy

  • If an event is full, participants can place themselves on a waitlist by registering online and providing a form of payment to be charged if a spot opens up (debit card or credit card are acceptable forms of payment).
  • If a spot opens up, the participant will automatically be pulled off the waitlist and their form of payment will be charged for the full amount of the event. Participants will NOT be notified before their form of payment is charged.
  • If a participant does not wish to be watilisted for an event any longer, they must contact the office ASAP so they can be removed from the waitlist.
  • If a participants does not notify the office and is pulled off the waitlist at least one week before the event start date, they will adhere to the cancellation policy and fees stated above. If a participant is pulled off the waitlist within a week of the event start date and can no longer attend, the office will issue a refund for the event.
  • If a participant is waitlisted for an event and signs up and pays for a 2nd choice event, the participant will need to contact the office if a spot opens up so their 2nd choice event can be canceled and refunded.

PSIA-AASI is committed to providing access to those persons with disabilities during the clinic and examination process. An individual with a disability is defined by the ADA as a person who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, a person who has a history or record of such an impairment, or a person who is perceived by others as having such an impairment. Various states may have broader definitions.

If you feel you have such a disability and seek a reasonable accommodation during the testing process we need to know this well before the examination so we can work together to create, if possible, the accommodation which will allow you to take the exam under conditions that maintain safety for all involved. If you seek an accommodation, please reference this document and contact the office four weeks before the clinic or examination (or as soon as the need for accommodation is apparent).

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