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  • instructional weekly class

  • certified coaches

  • women only

  • comprehensive insurance

  • socials, trail days, fat bike rides


Check out our public clinics on the EVENTS page! 


That's the design we follow in our weekly ride - take one topic in mountain biking (like braking or cornering), have certified coaches talk about why it's important and break down how to do it. Then we show you some demos and then its time for you to practice gradually until we're feeling good. Afterwards, we take it to the trail, where we choose ability-appropriate trails and identify and practice those topics right on the trails you know and love. 


We aren't going for distances or your next Strava PB, but provide quality instruction on how to improve on your mountain bike, no matter where you start. 

Bike School is your bike instruction and ride all in one. Each Tuesday, we focus on one aspect of mountain bike life and structure the ride all around it - could be finding the 'right' gear, conquering wood bridges, or cornering using your body.  Explore Edmonton's incredible trail system and river valley and get better on your bike with some pretty rad women. 


Locations and additional details are in our Members Area.  Locations change weekly and are spread out all over Edmonton & area - learn your local trails and some new ones. 

Fat-Bottomed Girls - Fat Bike Ride

Saturday March 9th from 12-2pm 

Season Launch Meet and Greet 

Wednesday April 24th at 6:30pm

Body TLC - Cheese, wine, stretching  

Thursday May 2nd at 6:30pm

Safety... first? 

Tuesday May 7th at 6:30pm

Oh the accessories! 

 Tuesday May 14th at 6:30pm 


Tuesday May 28th at 6:30pm 

Bike Fit 

Tuesday June 4th at 6:30pm 

Thursday Trail Day 

Thursday June 6th at 6:30pm 

Will Bike for Snacks 

Tuesday June 11th at 6:30pm 

How to beat Caasey Brown Part 1  

Tuesday June 18th at 6:30pm 

Flats in the Wild! 

Tuesday June 25th at 6:30pm 

Flow to the pub! 

Tuesday July 9th at 6:30pm 

Speeding up & YEG climbs

Tuesday July 16th at 6:30pm 

Bike Love 

Tuesday July 23rd at 6:30pm 

Dance Party

Tuesday July 30th at 6:30pm

Going Down (dog) - Descending & Stretching

Tuesday Aug 13th at 6:30pm 

Thursday Trail Day 

Thursday Aug 15th at 6:30pm 

3rd Annual Ice Cream Bike Crawl 

Tuesday Aug 20th at 6:30pm 

Skills Park

Tuesday Aug 27th at 6:30pm 

Shredding with a Smile

Tuesday Sep 10th at 6:30pm 


Tuesday Sep 17th at 6:30pm 

Graduation Party! 

Tuesday Sep 24th at 6:30pm 

Bike School is primarily a beginners and intermediate level program. For more advanced skill development and coaching contact us and we can hook you up.



All ride groups will start and end at the same locations but ride different trails. Instructors will shift week to week and all groups will have the same topic. Lessons build upon each other, so be sure to attend regularly. 


A special kind of magic happens in the forest with a bunch of women. If you identify as female, know that you are welcome. We do have several fantastic male coaches, and the dynamic of cheering each other on, celebrating each other's successes and trying new things is still front and center. 


If your hanging with SheShreds in the river valley, we want you to have a blast! To make sure you have the best experience, we have to get to know you better. Pick the description below that suits you best so that we can pair you with a group and put you on some trails suited to your shred level. 


Consider your fitness level as well. Bike School doesn't prioritize specific distances for each ride, but fitness demands increase with more advanced groups. As always, speak with your physician about starting any new physical activity. A health-based questionnaire is required by all SheShred Bike School and clinics participants. 


Ninjas are new to ‘single-track’ mountain biking and is looking to build confidence and techniques focusing on balance, gearing, braking and foundational skills.


A Ninja rider has ridden on gravel paths and firm, wider trails and is comfortable on a bike, but is more intimidated when it comes to riding over roots & small logs, unknown trails and descending.


Ninja group rides spend more time working on developing skills (30-45 mins), but still make time for a fun 60-90 minute ride.  This group ride stops and re-groups often to rest, hydrate and look at and practice trail features. No one is left behind and we stay on green and simple blue trails.


Ninjas are strongly encouraged to only participate in the beginners group for a maximum of 2 seasons, to let others have the opportunity to join.


Rock Stars are in-between Ninjas and Hot Shots. They have the skills but confidence wanes when on a more challenging trails with technical features like steeper descents, wood features and rooty climbs.


Rock Stars spend more time sessioning (riding a tricky part of the trail multiple times) than HotShots, but are expected to move through features more quickly than Ninjas.


No one is left behind and we stay on green and blue trails (technical and flow). Expect a 75-100 min ride. 



Hot Shots loves single-track riding, has a good foundation of skills and is comfortable on descents and 90min+ rides.


These riders are looking to grow their skills by developing cornering, descending and technical climbing, ‘trick moves’ like wheel lifts, manuals and wood features.


Hot Shot group rides move at a faster pace, with a moderate amount of sessioning, while still focusing on developing skills and practicing.


This group ride re-groups occasionally to rest, hydrate and discuss/session trail features. No one is left behind and this group focuses on blue to black trails (nearer to the end of summer).

Please note that BikeSchool does not accept advanced riders. We got private lessons for that :) 


  •  Arrive prepared to ride, dressed for the weather with all mandatory equipment (6:15 is the sweet spot!) 

  • Observe all laws

  • Ride Responsibly - always be in control of your bike

  • Be courteous to other trail users, ring your bell when approaching

  • Leave no trace and take care of our trails: no littering and no skidding

  • Leave a distance of 2 bike lengths between you and the rider in front of you

  • When stopped on the trail or sidewalk, pull over to the side to let others pass easily

  • Communicate with your ride group about traffic and route/trail intersections​

  • You are responsible for the rider behind you

  • Inform your ride leader if you are hurt, need to stop, or are leaving the ride early. Riders who leave are no longer covered by SheShreds insurance and do so at their own risk

  • Carry your own tube, multi-tool and tire levers

  • Cheer on and bring up your fellow rider! We are all trying our best and facing our fears. Any mean spirited comments or actions will not be tolerated.

  • Cancellations will be posted on the website and emailed to members 2 hours prior to event start times. Bike School and Clinics will not run if lightning is present and cancelled immediately if lightning is sighted.   



  • Helmet (ANSI, Snell or CSA compliant, most modern helmets comply)

  • Mountain Bike, in good working order*

  • Bell - its the law! 

  • Closed-toed shoes (stiff sole is best)

  • Water 

  • Weather/activity appropriate clothing


  • Personal snack (or you can share...)

  • Full-Finger Gloves

  • Flat pedals (just trust me)

  • Chamois (padded shorts)

  • Bug spray & Sunscreen 

  • Pump/Tube/Tools (if you got em!)

* hybrid, commuters or road bikes are not appropriate for single-track


If our past seasons are any indication, our Bike School memberships sell out very quickly. Like 12 hours quickly. To allow for a more fair playing field, we are accepting applications this season for 1 week, or until we're all full up! This allows us to get to know you and be sure we are the best fit for you. Don't worry - it's fun and silly, just like SheShreds.

WE ARE FULL FOR 2019 SEASON, but have rad clinics open to the public. Check out the EVENTS page and ask us about other cool bike camps/clinics in the city or mountains!  


With the support of Trek Bicycles, United Sport & Cycle, RideWrap and Resolve Physiotherapy, SheShreds is proud to offer you this awesome membership for

$160 + tax & fees which includes:


  • Certified Professional Mountain Bike Instructors (PMBI) instructors guiding your every ride

  • 18 rides & 4 events ($9 per ride)

  • free Demo bikes from United Sport & Cycle (deposit still required)

  • 10% off one bike purchase from United Sport & Cycle

  • 15% off parts & accessories from United Sport & Cycle

  • 10% off STOREWIDE from United Sport & Cycle

  • 40% off United Sport & Cycle branded items

  • 15% off all Registered Massage Services at Resolve Physiotherapy (either location)

  • Physiotherapy assessments within 24hr of injury at Resolve Physiotherapy 

  • Swag from Trek Bicycles and United Sport & Cycle 

  • 10% group discount (6 or more) for DirtSeries camps

  • Comprehensive insurance that covers instruction and all participants 





Our comprehensive insurance policy extends to include all instructors and participants when instructing and coaching. We are not affiliated with Alberta Bicycling Association (ABA)'s group ride insurance and do not offer their "Try-It-Out" ride coverage or a secondary membership like most clubs.  Mountain biking is a inherently dangerous sport, even with instructors and practice, and we want to be sure that if something were to happen, we are all protected.