Level 1: I can control the speed and the direction of my bike on flat, open terrain. I want to start riding off road on singletrack trails.
Level 2: I am comfortable on trails. I am ok with mild exposure at times, as long as we take it slow or even walk sections as needed. I like challenging myself on trails.
Level 3: I enjoy riding trails and I am able to ride the steeper and more technical sections on most blue trails. I am comfortable with mild exposure and I want to start challenging myself on trails.
Level 4: I am comfortable on all trails and some trails. I ride with flow and I enjoy speed, small jumps and small drops. I am comfortable on steep and technical sections and I handle exposure well.
Level 5: I am comfortable & confident on all and trails. I ride fast and smooth with flow and style. I enjoy challenging myself with bigger jumps & drops, very steep sections, and high speeds. I am perfectly comfortable on thin and exposed sections of trail.
Level 1: I am not very active. I can ride for an hour or two on flat terrain before getting tired. I wouldn't be able to ride more than a couple days in a row.
Level 2: I am moderately active and lead a healthy lifestyle. I enjoy getting out for a ride once or twice a week, when I have time off work. I could ride at a relaxed pace for 2-4 hours a day, 3 or 4 days in a row.
Level 3: I lead an active and healthy lifestyle. I ride and exercise on a regular basis and I can ride at a moderate pace for 3-6 hours a day, 5 days in a row.
Level 4: I am very active and I am a serious rider. I go for a ride every chance I get and my days off are generally spent riding big epics. I can ride at a solid pace for 6 or 7 hours a day, up to 6 days in a row.
Level 5: I am a serious training athlete. I eat well and follow a workout or ride schedule. I can ride all day, every day at a fast pace without even breaking a sweat!