ACHIEVE YOUR MOUNTAIN BIKING DREAMS!
Master your skills while having a blast in the idyllic Rocky Mountains. Whether it be railing a berm with perfection, landing your first jump, or simply learning how to roll off a curb safely, let us help you build confidence to become the best rider you can be.
Our mission is to spread the love of mountain biking while teaching skills in a fun, and safe environment. Ride away with a mountain biking experience to last a lifetime! Come join us for a sweet ride in the scenic Crowsnest Pass.
– Sweet Riders
ATTENTION: Our new session schedule for 2020 is up and ready for registration. Our Sweet WOW Ladies only camp Sept 4-7th will be open for registration July 1st, 2020. We are excited to ride with you this 2020 Season!
Looking for a Cool Place to Stay During Your Crowsnest Adventure?
Stay at the Sweet Riders AirBNB, conveniently located less than 1 minute from the trailhead!
Cozy separate suite in prime Blairmore/Crowsnest Pass Location. Only a minute away from the Pass Powder Keg mountain bike trail head/ski hill and other outdoor adventures. The suite contains two bedrooms and one futon, sleeps up to 5 if needed. Perfect for mountain bikers & outdoor enthusiasts. The owner runs Sweet Riders, a mountain bike instruction/tour company and loves sharing the great outdoors that the Crowsnest Pass has to offer. Join us for a great stay in the Crown of the Continent!
WHY CHOOSE SWEET RIDERS?
Feedback from our participants.
“Karey is awesome & inspiring, it helps that she has the skills, totally trustworthy to follow on a trail”
“A1, amazing, very knowledgable and very encouraging!”
“10/10! I’d absolutely come back for another clinic!”
“12/10! Amazing, great constructive criticsm and encouragement.”
THE SWEET RIDERS CREW
KAREY LEE WATANABE, founder and head coach of Sweet Riders Canada/Japan, lived and raced in Japan for 23 years. She holds three Japanese DH Series Champion titles and has raced in World Cups, the Canadian National Series and Norba events in various countries around the world. She moved back to her native country Canada in February of 2015 and currently resides in the Crowsnest Pass, Alberta.