Corbetts’ Free Wax Clinic

Corbetts’ Free Wax Clinic

Corbetts will be running their tune clinics at 120 Speers with Peter Hibbard leading the instruction for the Fall 2016 and Winter 2017 season!

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Dates
-Thursday November 10th at 7:00 pm
-Thursday December 8th at 7:00 pm
-January and February dates & times TBA.

Participants must register first, to register please call the retail location at 905-845-1561.

Space is limited, please note online inquiries & emails do not confirm registration, registration can only be confirmed via phone or in person at 120 Speers Road location.

Clinics Start at 7pm and they are Free of Charge.

Material Covered: All aspects of Ski base repair, edge sharpening, base prep for waxing and waxing as well as Summer Storage and proper storage of your Skies and Snowboards. The seminars are open to all Skiers and Snowboarders from beginners to experts. The clinics are ideal for those who have never tuned before as well as veterans as new material is covered all the time. Handouts are provided and the sessions are very hands on. There will be general sessions as well as advanced sessions for those in racing or want to learn more. Ski and Snowboard Tuning is fun and easy to learn, we will cover all the tools needed to set up your own shop as well as the benches and space needed. Corbetts has the largest selection of Tuning Accessories and we will show you their great packaged kits

Bio: Peter Hibbard is a thirty-five year veteran of the Ski Industry and the Canadian Ski Coaches Federation. Peter coaches at the Georgian Peaks Club in Clarksburg Ontario and at Blue Mountain Resorts. Peter taught at Humber College and At Georgian College in the Ski Area Opperations Program. Peter still goes in as a guest lecturer to teach Hand Tuning and Back Shop practises. Peter gives Tuning Seminars all across  Ontario to Ski Teams, Clubs and High Schools. Peter also does Seminars for the Canadian Ski Instruters Alliance at their annual Fall Development Day.

Instructional Clinic Only. Please do not bring your gear