MTBdryland Program

High-performance training for the mountain bike athlete looking to improve their strength, mobility, posture, and fitness. This program is designed specifically to improve your quality of riding, build a more resilient rider, increase your endurance and produce more power. Participants range from recreational to Pro-level riders, from Canada's future stars to recreational enthusiasts. Through a focused commitment of 2/hours per week, for 6 months, the MTBdryland program maximizes the winter 'off-season' to prepare riders for their personal best. 


 
 

The 2017/18 Version of the MTBdryland Program started Tuesday November 7th, 2017!

2x/week - Tuesdays and Thursdays

Morning - 6:00 AM, 7:15 AM, 8:30 AM 

Evening - 6:30 PM (Junior/Elite/Pro), 7:45 PM

No classes scheduled Dec 26th 2017 and Jan 2nd 2018.

Don't see the class time or format you need? Send us a note as other times and formats are available.  

Let us know how we can accommodate your schedule.

Location

BONDtraining - North Vancouver, BC

Investment - Regular Price is $275 (2017) per month (six month commitment).

Early Bird - Please note the 2017/18 edition of the MTBdryland program has been running since Nov 7th 2017.  The next edition will start on Tuesday November 18th, 2018.  Register by Oct 15th, 2018 to get your early bird discount.  

If you can't wait for the 2018/19 edition, and need assistance with your training, please send us a note as alternative options such as personal training and take-away programs are available. 

Have more questions? Check out our FAQ here.

Click our Instagram account below for updates on how our current MTBdryland participants are doing with their riding and racing!

 

 
 

 
 

Trusted by national and international caliber athletes, Provincial and National Champions, BONDtraining’s MTBdryland Program is the best use of time for the results you're seeking. 

"Reaching my max potential has always been a goal of mine and only riding isn't enough to reach it.  The MTBdryland program has allowed me to gain strength and fitness to help me push harder on the trails.  As I've started to feel stronger in the gym I've felt stronger on the bike."

Ben Wallace - JR World Cup Racer

& 2017 CDN National MTB Team