Hope I can make it down. Haven't seen much of you guys lately.
"As to the cost, it may seem steep but compared to any other form of professional training or higher education (cost per credit hour) thats actually pretty standard."
Dunno if that's a valid comparison - playing with a bike isn't exactly a professional pursuit, and no matter how good the tips might be, there's no way you can compare this to college. Well, at least, real college (no offense to any of you Art School grads ). Even if you could, $200 for a day of classes is really close to Harvard money. There can't possibly be that much to learn about riding bikes.
Of course, after I see Barry throwing down backflips and tweaked 360s after class, I'll be signing up fer sure.
Slapheadmofo Leisure Team
Sunday River Bike Park