License course
By completing this course, you will obtain an ITC–B license, which will provide you with a sufficiently high qualification for starting your own business and achieving complete independence from other institutions. You can also work as a manager or supervisor of bike schools in trail centers, bike parks, and other bike resorts.
  • we share know-how for effective teaching and managing bike institutions, working with highly advanced riders, both male and female, smooth and dynamic riding on black trails, and riding on regular downhill tracks
  • we also focus on working with performance-oriented riders, knowledge in the field of sports training, basics of economics, logistics, and legislation related to trail centers, bike parks, and bike schools, as well as risk management procedures.

Courses dates

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Conditions/Requirements for Course Applicants:Holder of Bike License ITC–C and a successful graduate of skill camps, including Jumps and Drops, Technical Trails, and Teaching Children. Smooth riding on flow and rocky trails up to the black/expert level. Mastery of skills such as bunny hops, bench jumps, jumps and drops, and riding on balance planks. Advanced level of riding on pump tracks and in skill centers. The price includes instruction by our professional instructors and the issuance of an ITC-B license. Course Schedule:Own project focused on sustainability in managing a bike school, approximately 1 month.Video and photo coaching, approximately 1 month.First day: 9:30 AM to 4:00 PMSecond day: 9:30 AM to 4:00 PMThird day: 9:30 AM to 4:00 PMFourth day: 9:30 AM to 4:00 PMFifth day: 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM Lectures and Projects:

  • Project focused on sustainability in managing a bike school
  • Video and photo coaching

 The method of completion consists of 3 parts:

  1. practical examination – coaching, riding (takes place every day during the five-day course).
  2. development and defense of a personal project focused on sustainability in managing a bike school.
  3. development and defense of video and photo coaching

 A successful graduate will obtain a license as an Instructor and Guide for Mountain Biking (level ITC–B) issued by the Association of Professional Mountain Bike Instructors and Guides

Upon successful completion of the course, the graduate is prepared to:

  • work with safety rules, risk management, and organizational skills at the level of a bike school
  • master the management of instruction and communication with advanced-level clients
  • lead instruction in riding on trails, pump track courses, skill centers, and high-difficulty trails
  • lead sports and performance training for mountain biking at a professional coaching level
  • is qualified to lead a bike school
  • manage licensed instructors in a bike school
  • become a responsible supervisor for bike schools in trail centers, bike parks, and bike resorts