United States · July 19 - 21 2024

Women's Shred Fest

Legacy Bike Park | Lakeside, MT | Skills Clinic


The Experience

Join us at Legacy Bike Park in Lakeside, Montana for an incredible weekend of elevating your mountain bike skills. Our Women’s Shred Fest is a mountain bike skills clinic designed to help you take your abilities to the next level. We will spend each day in small groups, working on a variety of mountain biking skills for all levels of rider. Hone your cornering, improve your drops technique or further develop your ability to navigate steeper, more technical and varied terrain. This weekend is dedicated to you and will help you build skills for climbing, descending, and all areas of your riding. 3 Days /2 Nights Skill Level: ALL LEVELS Women's Skills Clinic


Elevate Your Skills

Elevate Your Skills

Ramp up your skills for the season



Meet new riding partners

Professional Coaching

Professional Coaching

Get detailed feedback





Friday Kick Off

Welcome Happy Hour + Check In | 5-7pm

Arrive to Legacy for check in and get your camp set up for the weekend. Grab a cold bev and meet our crew for the weekend.
*Snag a Friday shuttle pass (at checkout) and join us for a few hot laps. Shuttles run 12-7pm.

Taco Feed + Stoke Sesh | 7-9pm
Meet the crew and fuel up for the weekend.
Dinner, music & libations. 


Saturday Morning

9-11am | Morning check in, meet your coaches and roll into skills sessions.

We'll stop midday for lunch breaks. Have snacks, water and electrolytes on you to keep you fueled throughout the day. You'll be able to swing by your camp/car from time to time throughout the day to grab more water, etc. so no need to carry too much. Bike park style! 

Get ready for a fun-filled weekend of skills and camaraderie!


Sat Afternoon + Eve

Once your group hits the trails, you'll spend the rest of the shuttle hours hitting laps with your coach. You'll spend the day building skills in certain areas based on your group level. The group will spin laps, stop and session certain areas, and you'll get tips & tricks all day long.

5-5:30pm | Return to the base area. 
Swap into a hoodie, and change into happy hour mode.

6-9pm | Bike workshops & BBQ! 

Tonight is all about camaraderie and asking all the questions you've never felt comfortable asking. It's also about learning things you never even thought to ask about. The goal is to share the knowledge, fuel the stoke, and empower you to have more fun on your bike!


Sunday Shreday

9-9:45am | Morning yoga (optional).
Bring a mat, if you have one, or we will also have a few extras. This session will be all about setting your intention for the day and getting those muscles warmed up and relaxed for another day of riding.

10am | Check in and split into groups. 

10:15am-5pm | Spend the day building skills. 
Today is all about building off what you practiced and learned yesterday and taking it to the next level.

You'll spend the day with your group, running laps and taking your riding to the next level. 

5-5:30pm | Return to the main base area (camp). 
We'll round up for cold beverages and high fives (and probably some photo sharing). 

Thanks for Riding the Earth with us! 

Claim Your Spot

Full Shred Pass

Full Shred Pass

3 Days of Skills, Shred & Slay! Includes: Shred & Kick off Party (Fri), Instruction (Sat-Sun), Workshops, BBQ, & Shuttle Passes (Fri-Sun)


Weekend Pass | Sat-Sun

Weekend Pass | Sat-Sun

Full weekend of skills & shred! Includes: Instruction (Sat-Sun), Workshops, BBQ, & Shuttle Passes (Sat-Sun)


Saturday Only Shred Pass

Saturday Only Shred Pass

Full day skills & shred! Includes: Full day coaching, BBQ, Workshop + Bevies




Camping | per Night

Select the number of nights you'll camp. We have sites reserved Fri-Sun. Claim spots to join our camp near the main base area....
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Shuttle Day Pass (Fri Bonus)

Grab one of these & join us on Friday for a few shuttle laps before the kick off party! No coaching, just high fives and hot laps. ...
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Friday Night Kick Off Bash

Taco Feed & Kickoff Celebration. Includes: Dinner + Drinks




What's Included

Professional MTB Coaching

Kick Off Swaray + Taco Feed (Fri)

BBQ + Workshops (Sat)

Shuttle Day Passes

Yoga (Sun morn)

Post Ride Bevies

Camping (Add your nights at checkout)

Equipment Rentals (Bike, helmet, etc.)

Breakfast & Lunch

Snacks & Fuel for Riding

Camping (unless you reserve it)


June 2024 August 2024
July 2024

Full Shred Pass

19 - 21 July 2024



Weekend Pass | Sat-Sun

19 - 21 July 2024



Saturday Only Shred Pass

19 - 21 July 2024



Destination Info

Legacy Bike Park

Legacy Bike Park

Legacy Bike Park is Montana's premier shuttle accessed bike park. 

This is a place to ride your first flow trail, hit your first drop, slide around on some tech lines, learn to jump at the park or fly into an air bag, camp, listen to music, and gather with friends in Montana's backwoods. We strive to create an environment where professionals and families can enjoy and excel at mountain biking.

Getting There & Away

Getting There & Away

📍Legacy Bike Park 

By Air: The best airport to get to Legacy Bike Park is the Glacier Park International Airport  
Airport code is FCA 

By Car: Set your GPS or Google Maps for the Legacy Bike Park

Where to Stay

Where to Stay

The obvious option:  👉 Camp with Us at Legacy!
Camping is $30/night. We have sites reserved Fri-Sun. Claim spots to join our group camp near the main base area.

Not into camping? 
Stay in Lakeside (hotels, property rentals, etc.)

Join us as a local. 
Locals discount available. Contact us to get the code! 


  • This skills clinic is designed for all levels of rider. As far as we're concerned, the sky is the limit with MTB skills so we can always improve, no matter our skill set. 

  • After booking your spot, we will ask you for more info that will give us an idea of your skill level and learning needs/interests. We will use that information to form groups based on skill level. This will ensure that you are working on skills that are relevant to you.

  • Basic mountain biking skills are necessary to participate. You should be able to balance on the bike, easily shift up and down through the gears, and have a basic understanding of braking. It is also recommended that you have experience riding on moderately narrow singletrack trails, though this is not required.

  • It is necessary for all participants to have a proper fitting mountain bike that is in good working condition. A full suspension, all mountain bike is highly recommended, but a hard tail is also sufficient.

  • This event is for all levels and style of rider. Participants will split into groups based on their skill level and what they wish to focus on for the weekend. Most groups will work on both climbing and decending skills. 

  • All participants should bring their bike, mountain biking shoes, helmet, hydration pack or water bottle, riding snacks, electrolyte replacements, lunch for each day, a spare tube and any personal medications or personal first aid. A detailed equipment list is included in your confirmation.

  • We will break into smaller groups and the skills will vary based on each group. Skills covered will include subjects such as braking, cornering, dynamic riding, technical riding, roll downs, jumps, drops and advanced riding techniques. 

It is highly recomended that all participants join us for the full experience. You will get the most out of everything by joining for all days. That being said, you can sign up for just one day as a Saturday Only option. 

Stay and camp with us! We have a group of campsites reserved just for us. Grab the number of nights you want to join us (when you sign up) and we'll camp the weekend away. 

Not into camping? There are hotels and rental properties in nearby Lakeside, MT. Grab a spot and join us for the daytime only. 

Mountain biking can be strenuous and potentially dangerous. It is important that all riders contact their personal physician with any questions pertaining to your ability to participate in a mountain bike skills weekend.

The trails we will ride will be located between 4000-5500 feet in elevation. This may affect those who are traveling to the location from low elevations. Contact your physician prior to travel to ensure you are in the appropriate health to participate.

It is very important to stay hydrated when exercising. We will have long days of biking during Shred Fest. Be prepared to carry water during your rides and drink a lot of water throughout the weekend.

Please disclose all pertinent injuries, illnesses or allergies prior to participation in this program.

If you are traveling from out of town to participate in our skills clinic, it is highly recommended that you purchase trip cancellation & interruption insurance. Especially if you are purchasing flights. It is also highly recommended for all participants to carry medical emergency coverage.

If you are traveling to join us, we recommend World Nomads travel insurance


I'd ride anywhere with Julie--her clinics are awesome! Safe, professional, fun, exciting, and personal. Her experience shows in everything she does, and she imparts her knowledge in a very understandable way. Go for it and Ride the Earth!!

Casey Blumenthal

The coaches passion for the sport and love of humans is obvious! Such a fun and incredible weekend! Every detail was well thought out while still keeping it spontaneous and super fun! It was fun, engaging and I learned so much. The coaches did a very good job of building up every woman and highlighting strengths while providing tools to fix the problem areas. So much fun!!!

Kristen Klebe

Shred Fest was a blast and an excellent learning opportunity. Expect to ride some fun trails, feel empowered by building skills and confidence, and share the adventure with a bunch of rad ladies!

Lindsey Benov

Shred Fest was inspiring! I was the oldest, drove the farthest, learned the most, hit the ground the hardest and I LOVED it. Julie and Johanna are great instructors and I finished with so much more confidence.

Betsy Miller

Fantastic coaching and organization of varying riding abilities. I am riding with more confidence AND having more fun on my bike.

Amy Slaubaugh

How empowering to challenge myself mountain biking with a group of badass women! I will definitely be back for another skills workshop in the future.

Rachel Hinnenkamp

Women's Shred Fest