We are using TeamSnap for some of our Race team communication.
- By invite only for active team members.
- We set up the account at your Athlete’s email as primary, or parent email if they don’t have one.
- Athlete is the primary in the group, then you can add family members so parents can receive all messages and notifications so everyone is in the loop
- Request access by emailing your Coach from your Athlete’s primary email account
- We at Cog Wild and Cascadia Junior Cycling follow the PMBI certification & methods for Mountain Biking Skills Instruction, check them out if you want to know more at https://pmbia.org/
- Skills with Phil — fun behind the scenes videos
- Ben Cathro — World Cup DH previews, recaps and more
- Red Bull Bike — from live World Cups & comps to rider profiles and features
Oregon Bicycle Racing Association
Purchase your annual license if you’re racing at all.
Get a 1-day license if you’re only doing 1 race per year; purchase annual license to keep points and attend Nationals.
only needed if you’re racing 17-18 / U23 / Elite. You’ll need the annual license add-on through USAC if you’re racing the season and want to accumulate UCI point
National interscholastic racing league, now in Oregon, check them out for middle & high school mountain bike racing in the fall.
Stop the Bleed
Great information for teens when they start riding more on their own.
Take a Red Cross online course for CPR / AED and basic first aid.
Training for Coaches / Parents / Athletes to protect yourself from bullying and abuse.
High School sports trainings for Athletes / Parents / Coaches on a wide variety of topics. Their Knee Health & Concussion Training courses are excellent (and free).
Riders can take the PMBI course once they’re 18. It’s an excellent move if you’re thinking of working in the field for mountain biking.