Countdown to Fun!
BD Performance Racing (BD) offers near-year 'round race coaching for individuals and groups looking to gain the competitive edge through progressive skill development, sport-specific muscle, agility, and endurance training utilizing varying on-snow techniques, gate lengths, drills, and off-snow conditioning.
BD offers racers a full schedule of open training sessions throughout the winter and spring seasons on Mt. Hood, totaling 5 days/week from November through Memorial Day (last Monday in May); and, summer camps from June through August/September.
Based out of beautiful Mt. Hood, Oregon, lead coaches Breanne Morton and Dennis Dries bring a combined 55+ years of coaching experience and 70+ years of racing experience at all levels in all disciplines to BD's repertoire of diverse coaching abilities. All BD coaches have personally accomplished, as well as coached athletes to assorted international, national, regional, and local podiums; we believe results are achieved by focusing on fully developing each skill to realize consistent, desirable results.
BD shapes the lives of athletes; supporting growth and development as individual racers, team members and good stewards of the mountain culture and ski racing. While goal- and results-oriented, BD offers an experience flush with fun, confidence-building, and overall athlete development.
News & Updates
Summer Clinic dates and Camp Weeks are posted! Registration is now open and spots are going fast!! BD has secured coveted early-summer sessions;
DO NOT WAIT!!
Spring 2022 Season
Training Days at Timberline:
Day training will continue through Memorial Day, May 30, 2022. Training is always held at Timberline and begins at 9am. Lanes will be on West Mile with Joszi as the backup in inclement weather; report at top of lane at 9am for start of training. Course pull ~2pm depending on Spring snow deterioration throughout the training day. We do not go into the lodge for lunch; bring lunch and water to the lane.
"You can create your own miracle, but you do it by never looking past all the little steps along the way."