Indianapolis based adventure company, DNK Presents, will be offering mountain bike skills clinics for youth (ages 7-15) starting Aug. 3rd at the new Flat Fork Creek Park in Fishers, Indiana. This will be the first time mountain bike clinics will be offered at a park in Fishers.
Flat Fork Creek Park has a total of 60 acres with 15 of that being forested and containing mountain bike trails. They have 1.5 miles of mountain bike trails with features including, skinnies, teeter-totters, berms, and more. The Hoosier Mountain Bike Association (HMBA) and the International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA) were partners in assisting to develop the trail system. The trails are maintained by the City’s Department of Public Works, and HMBA volunteers.
Kate Nolan of DNK Presents explained, “It’s great to see a new local park that includes mountain bike trails, and some super fun features to play on! Flat Fork Creek Park is a great place to learn and hone your mountain bike skills. We are excited to offer these clinics to get more kids riding confidently on the trails.”
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Fishers Parks and Recreation Mission Statement:
To deliver outstanding programs and services to the residents of Fishers in order to enhance quality of life, build the sense of community, and provide opportunities for play and discovery.
Danielle and Kate of DNK Presents have their mountain bike teaching certification through the Professional Mountain Bike Instructors Association (PMBIA). They also are Leave No Trace trainers and will teach and abide by the outdoor ethics that Leave No Trace practices.
DNK Presents organizes and leads empowering adventure experiences for individuals, groups, and businesses. They focus on getting people to step outside their comfort zones, try something for the first time, and in turn gain confidence through experiential learning.