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Head out with your bike crew on a day trip to a bike park

  • Non-instructional

  • ​Strong beginners to experienced rider

  • Supportive environment 

  • Hinton or Edson Bike Parks

  • Women and non-binary folks

  • Leaders with First Aid training

  • $30 per day trip  ​

Who said Day trip?! We did. Join us for a rip out to some Alberta Bike Parks to play on drops, jumps, new trails and pump tracks with a group of encouraging fellow bike fanatics.  



The encouragement of your bike squad can make a massive difference. Come along and take over a local bike park for the day. 

This field trip has no instruction, simply a bunch of folks out for a day riding and exploring a new area. 

Field trips are guided by two leaders. These trained leaders are first aid certified and have completed SheShreds specific training on group management, trail communications, health & safety protocols and risk management.

It is the riders responsibility to ride within their ability and to practice independent progression on bike park features. 

Leaders will guide the group on trails in the area, and the bike park features based on a general route plan, but can decide to change course depending on conditions, weather or group energy levels. No one is left behind. 

Participants are responsible for travel arrangements and food. 


If you identify as female or non-binary, know that you are welcome. 


Hinton AB and Edson AB Bike parks. Both have no cost to use. 

Hinton Bike Park is 3.25 hours from Edmonton. 

Edson Bike Park is 2.5 hours from Edmonton. 

A convoy leaving Edmonton may be organized by the Leaders guiding the event. 


If you're hanging out with SheShreds MTB, we want you to have a blast! To make sure you have the best experience, we have to get to know you and your abilities on a bike better. We gather this information when you purchase a ticket. 

To speak the same language, our Ability descriptions can be found here. Letting us know which ability group suits you best helps us group participants together and have and for focused route plan. 


​It is recommended that you speak with your physician about starting any new physical activity. In addition, a health-based questionnaire is required by all SheShreds participants.



  • Arrive prepared to ride, dressed for the weather with all mandatory equipment 

  • Observe all laws

  • Ride Responsibly - always be in control of your bike (drugs and alcohol are not permitted during SheShreds MTB events)

  • 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, pull over to the side to let others pass easily

  • Communicate with your fellow riders about trail intersections​

  • You are responsible for the rider behind you

  • Other COVID-19 protocols can be found here

  • 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.

  • Poor trail conditions may result in a field trip being cancelled at any time prior to the start date. Field trips will not run if lightning is present and cancelled immediately if lightning is sighted.


Our comprehensive insurance policy extends to include all guiding components of our programming.

Mountain biking is an inherently dangerous sport, even with instructors and practice, and we want to be sure that if something were to happen, we are all protected. 


Life happens, for both our participants, our team at SheShreds. Things like pandemics, injuries, illness or the changing mountain weather. Find out all your options here, prior to purchasing any of our services. 



Field Trips


Hinton Bike park: TBD Learn more here. 

Edson Bike Park: TBD Learn more here. 

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