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Senior Shred School

Shred School for Kids: Welcome

The SHREDUCATION continues!


We're very proud of the success and popularity of our Shred School term-time program and the amount of improvement we've seen from our young shredders, but the most common question we're asked is "What's next?"

With their fundamental skills locked in, it's time to get out on the trails and focus on applying them in our Senior Shred School term-time program. Along with more trail time, we'll also teach intermediate level skills such as wheel lifts and higher speed cornering as well as how to do jumps and drops safely! The end result being that your child builds confidence and consistency in their skills and has more FUN!

The Senior Shred School term-time program is specifically designed to be fun and educational for 10-13 year old girls and boys who have better than novice control of a bike and, preferably, have previously attended the regular Shred School program.


During this structured program they'll build on thier fundamental mountain bike techniques, delivered by qualified coaches in a controlled off-road environment. The focus will be on trail time and developing intermediate level MTB skills. All resulting in an A+ Shreducation!

Dates & Time:

  • Wednesdays during school term, 4.15-5.45pm

Please note that we will not be running Shred School in Term 2 2024. Please submit an expression of interest if you are keen for your child to attend in a future term. 


Manly Dam MTB track area, Sydney, NSW


  • Clinic Fee: $280 (includes GST) for the 8 week program. Please note our refund policy

  • We are an Active Kids provider. To use a voucher for your child's enrolment, select registration option 'Use Active Kids Voucher' and then email the voucher to

What you'll need to bring:

  • Mountain bike that is mechanically sound and clean. As well as the more obvious safety points, your bike must have handlebar end plugs fitted.

  • Helmet (Australian Standards AS/NZS 2063 approved), gloves, other protective gear optional such as eyewear, elbow, knee/shin pads

  • Spare tube that is compatible with your child's bike (we recommend it's carried in a hydration pack or taped to the frame)

  • Water & snacks - they will need to carry these with them while riding, either a water bottle mounted in the frame or a hydration pack.

What's provided:

  • Small group tuition - ensuring plenty of attention for everyone

  • A structured program of mountain bike skills and education delivered by Chocolate Foot coaches

  • Plenty of fun and challenge with games and guided trail rides

  • Good vibes and plenty of positive reinforcement, because mountain biking is always meant to be fun!

Further Information:

  • Chocolate Foot is covered by its own Public Liability Insurance. You are responsible for your own Personal Injury Insurance and Ambulance Cover

  • Final information will be sent to participants by email in the week prior to the first class

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