How to Become an X-Bike Instructor

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X-Biking takes indoor cycling to a whole new level. It strengthens the lower body, the core and upper body through the use of the moving handlebars. It's as close to a real bike as an indoor trainer will ever get. X-Bike instructors enter certification at the level of a Sport-Category Instructor and can work up the ladder from X-Category to Elite-Category to Pro-Category Instructor.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Locate a Trixter X-Bike Sport-Cat instructor training center at a location that is most convenient for you. Register and pay for the training. Contact the site hosting the training or contact Trixter North America in Redwood City, California.

  2. 2

    Prepare for the 10-hour X-Bike Sport-Cat instructor training by getting into cardiovascular and muscular shape specific to mountain biking prior to the workshop.

  3. 3

    Ride four 30-minute X-Bike rides during the one-day training.

  4. 4

    Learn how to cue, execute X-Bike standing climbs properly using the handlebars, swoop, carve, sprint and be an effective instructor.

  5. 5

    Complete the Sport-Category Training Assessment #1, and lead a minimum of ten X-Biking rides and have each of these rides verified and validated by someone at the facility, like a manager, group exercise supervisor or director.

  6. 6

    Mail the necessary documents, assessment and verified X-Bike lead rides to Trixter North America in Redwood City, California. They will review your qualifications to certify you as an instructor.

  7. 7

    Teach X-Bike classes and take the X-Bike Free Style workshop if you wish to use popular music for classes rather than the pre-recorded, pre-choreographed X-Bike rides.

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