January 27, 2018 All Day
In a busy world with constant information overload, getting on a bike is a unique opportunity to spend quiet time with yourself in your helmet. Do you use your bike to “get away from it all”? And could you use some techniques to make the best of that alone time? Or are you a passionate rider who wants to have a closer look at your life? Do you want 2018 to be your happiest and best year yet?
The Riding Mind Motorbike Weekend will fit you like a glove ? We will spend two days jam packed with riding, introspection, mindfulness and goal setting. While sharing time and experiences with like-minded souls you will get to know yourself better and start the year more focused.
This first ever Riding Mind Motorbike Weekend is for riders of all ages and levels of experience. All you need is a license (learners is enough), a roadbike and the motivation to have a closer look inside your own mind.
Does this sound like you? Send Chantal a message and she will get you signed up!
Alternatively, send an email to: [email protected]
or phone +64211186273
The weekend will run from midday Saturday January 27 to midday Monday January 29. This will allow for people to travel to and from the event without having to take too much time of work (Monday January 29 is Auckland Anniversary day).
There will be various activities and sessions/short seminars. One of the activities is a group ride on Sunday. The ride will start and end at our venue, The Farm (see link below). For this ride, everyone should have a motorbike with a current WOF and Registration. Everyone taking part in the weekend should also hold a valid motorcycle license, but this speaks for itself. It is not needed to carry any overnight luggage with you on the ride.
The prices for the weekend include all activities (riding, mindfulness, goal setting & self-exploration sessions), five meals and two nights of your choice of accommodation. This makes the total price for the weekend:
$365 when Camping
$395 in a Twin Share cabin
$455 in a Single Cabin
The Riding Mind Motorbike weekend is organised by Chantal Simons, who is also known as the Chick on the Chook Chaser. Chantal travelled solo on her 250CC bike around Australia and from there through Asia all the way to Europe. She spent some 80 thousand kilometres with herself in her helmet, so she speaks from experience. She also has a Masters in Human Movement Sciences, with an emphasis on Performance Psychology and a passionate affinity for Human Behaviour. She has many years of experience as a sports coach and university teacher. Chantal finds her true passion in helping people get the best out of life.