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What to BRING & Wear




- CSA approved Helmet

- A bike in good repair with a bell (it is the law)! If you are unsure about your bike handling the river valley trails, please email a picture of your bike from a few angles to us.

- Valid ID – we need you to carry identification and cell phones are always recommended

- Water and snacks to bring on the trail (plan for 1.5-2.5 hours depending on group level)

- Closed toed shoes are mandatory. NO SANDALS.



- It is HIGHLY recommended you bring an extra tube for your bike, as well as a bike tool and bike tire levers. - SheShreds is a "no drop club" and we will help you as much as possible if you have a mechanical issue. It is good practice to be self-sufficient.

- Clips are not idea for our lesson format. Flat pedals are strongly recommended.

- Gloves and glasses are highly recommended for protecting your hands and your eyes.

- Chamois (bike underwear) is also a highly highly highly recommended investment. 


- In addition to all of the above, it is recommended to wear weather appropriate clothing. Baselayers, ski socks, layers that breathe. Dress for being active, not for the parking lot/standing around. 

- Gloves with fingers are recommended to operate the bike (brakes, gear shifters).

- Ski goggles are preferred over sunglasses by some folks

- A thermos of tea is also highly underrated!


If you are riding at dawn/dusk or at night, lights become a necessity. This is our recommendations: 

- Rear light

- Helmet light

- Handlear light​