Belong to a race program, but just not getting that one-on-one coaching you were hoping for; or, not connecting with your coaches? Not seeing results or meeting your goals? Time for a fresh perspective with our specialty supplementation!
BD Performance Racing (BD.PR) offers near-year 'round race coaching for individuals and groups looking to gain the competitive edge through progressive skill development and sport-specific muscle, agility, and endurance training utilizing varying techniques, gate lengths, drills, and off-snow conditioning.
Based out of beautiful Mt. Hood, Oregon, head coaches Breanne Morton and Dennis Dries offer a combined 55 years of coaching experience and 70 years of racing experience at all levels in all disciplines, achieving several national, regional, and local podiums.
BD.PR shapes the lives of athletes; supporting growth and development as individual racers and good stewards of the mountain culture and ski racing. While goal- and results-oriented, BD.PR offers an experience flush with fun, confidence-building, and overall athlete development.
Entering races on your own and would like a little training in-between to sharpen your skills and gain the edge over your competition without committing to an expensive race program for the whole season?
News & Updates
Be sure to check back often as dates, times, venues and discipline are all subject to change --
"that's ski racing!" as they say.
We are sorry to announce we will not be offering summer clinics on Mt. Hood during the 2020 summer ski season.
We look forward to early - winter
training as soon as the snow flies.
In the meantime, we will be offering off-snow dryland training, coach-guided day hikes in the Mt. Hood National Forest led by our locally born and raised Mt. Hood coaches, and other team-building outings and activities. Stay tuned for a calendar posting. Most activities are free of charge!
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"You can create your own miracle, but you do it by never looking past all the little steps along the way."