SUNDANCE SKILLS CLINIC TO OFFER SESSIONS AT LEBANON’S STONE EATER BIKE PARK

3 Two-Hour Sessions Planned

The City of Lebanon, Indiana is excited to announce a new partnership with Sundance Mountain Bike Skills Clinic. Through the partnership Sundance will provide a series of mountain bike skills clinics at Stone Eater Bike Park to help inspire, educate and provide skills training for riders of all ages, skills and abilities. The clinics will be provided free to the public and are designed to both introduce new riders to the sport and help more experienced riders advance their skills. Fun for the whole family!

“I wish every community in the US could create a similar facility to create a healthy lifestyle and give people of all ages, skills and abilities a place to challenge themselves and feel young again,” said Sundance Mountain Bike Skills Clinic Owner and Chief Enthusiasm Officer Sally Marchand Collins.

The Sundance Mountain Bike Skills Clinic is one of the premiere mountain bike training programs in the Midwest, hosting camps, and performing on-site instruction. The owner, Sally Marchand Collins, grew up in Boone County and raced professionally.

“I am thrilled that Sundance has partnered with us to provide these clinics, as they will serve as the foundation for our core programming at the park. These clinics are one of the best ways to get new riders interested in the sport and help all riders advance their skills to be able to ride more safely, efficiently and with more flow,” said City of Lebanon Engineer and Stone Eater Bike Park Spokesman Kevin Krulik. “This is a big win for the community of Lebanon and a great partnership for the Stone Eater Bike Park.”

Sundance Mountain Bike Skills Clinic dates have not yet been released. Construction on Stone Eater Bike Park is set for the Spring of this year, with a Grand Opening set for the Fall.

Once complete, Lebanon’s Stone Eater Bike Park will be a free and open to the public, progression based bike park designed for riders of all ages skills and abilities and as a national model racing, training and special event venue for the National Interscholastic Cycling Association NICA, the Indiana Cycling League and the Lebanon Mountain Bike Team.