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To ensure that Life Rush Adventure participants are matched correctly with the appropriate Guided Electric MTB Ride it is important that he/she defines his/her skill level. Please make sure to choose your appropriate riding ability, so that your riding experience is matched with your riding ability before booking your ride. If you are uncertain of your riding ability, please Contact Us info@liferushadventures.com

Please choose your appropriate skill level before participating in your Guided Electric MTB Ride:


Beginner Level
Some level of experience riding mountain bikes. The participation of this level include, but not limited to, fire roads. For the Participants who are looking to improve their mountain bike riding ability and to be coached by an all-round expert to become more proficient in their riding ability to advance to the next level.


Intermediate Level
Familiar with some level of single track and fire roads. An Intermediate rider is someone who is familiar with some levels of single track and are comfortable with riding over certain small obstacles, such as roots and rocks, and alongside trees. Riding through mud, loose gravel, stream crossings and challenging terrain.

Being comfortable shifting gears while ascending and descending.
Being able to stand up on pedals while shifting your body back on the descents while also using front and rear brakes.
Being able to use momentum and the electric assist to climb over harsh terrain such as roots and rocks.
For the Participants who are looking to improve their mountain bike riding ability and be coached by an all-round expert to become more proficient in their riding ability to advance to the next level.


Advanced Level
Option of Nighttime single track (with halogen lights) or Daytime technical single track. This level has the most advanced trails ranging from rocky terrain and other terrain listed in the Intermediate Level. This level is for the most skilled rider.
Someone who has experience on technical single track with extreme descent, which will require high levels of coordination and balance using various aspects to control the bike while braking and pedaling, ascending and descending on technical single track. Riding through mud, loose gravel, stream crossings and challenging terrain. Being comfortable shifting gears while ascending and descending.
Being able to stand up on pedals while shifting your body back on the descents and also using front and rear brakes.
Being able to use momentum and the electric assist to climb over harsh terrain such as roots and rocks.
These rides feature epic technical single track downhill.