Pre-Training Questionnaire

Welcome! You have recently signed up to a skills training course, class, clinic, or camp with a MTB instructor from RAW Epics. Please complete this short questionnaire to help us better understand you as a rider. You will be asked to describe aspects such as your riding style, strengths & weaknesses, goals, and what you would like to improve on. This information will helps us conduct a skills training that matches your abilities & objectives; thereby improving the quality of your learning and the quality of our service & instruction.

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* 1. Your full name

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* 2. What is your age?

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* 3. What is your email address?

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* 4. How often do you ride your bike (MTB) on trails?

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* 5. How long have you been riding mountain bikes?

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* 6. Describe your level of MTB riding fitness, on a scale of 1 to 10.

1 (just got off the couch) 10 (extremely fit, regular MTB race/competition podium finisher)
i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

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* 7. Describe your level of MTB riding skills, on a scale of 1 to 10.

1 (only ride on park connectors and tarmac roads) 10 (extremely skilled; can do multiple tricks; can ride steep, high-speed trails)
i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

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* 8. What brand and model is your MTB (if you have more than one, refer to the one you ride most often)?

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* 9. Describe the type of pedals you are most comfortable using (flat OR clip-in OR comfortable with either style). State the brand of pedal if possible.

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* 10. Please select the answers that best describe your riding style.

  Always confident Usually confident Sometimes confident A little confident Not confident at all Never attempted / not applicable
Riding with clip-in pedals (if that is your preferred pedal choice)
Riding down technical rocky or rooty descents
Riding up technical rocky or rooty climbs
Riding over large logs and tree branches
Riding tight switchback corners (both uphill and downhill)
Riding banked or bermed corners
Riding on 'woodwork', 'skinnies', and other narrow features
Doing drops
Doing jumps
Doing jumps with step-ups, step-downs, or gaps

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