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This is for athletes outside of Utah that need the maximum amount of support to reach their goals to become a Tribe member or to compete at the highest levels of biking.


The NTD is for those athletes wanting to build habits and attributes to have a successful athletic career and to eventually join the Tribe. Below is more information on that team and what the requirements are. 

The NTD Team is for athletes across the country needing support at races and training camps. We can help navigate the world of biking, provide logistical support for travel, coach you at events, provide pit support, introduce you to new riders that will push you to be a better athlete, assist with sponsorships, nutrition, workouts, and much more! 

NTD athletes will have opportunities to work with and ride with Tribe athletes to learn from them and progress in a team environment. 

The requirements below will not be easy to accomplish. The intent of the requirements is to forge strong minds and strong bodies that can keep up with the rigorous pace of the team and of pursuing lofty goals in this sport. A lot of the requirements will be completed on the honor system and on the parents working closely with your athlete to help them complete the daily tasks. 


The Tribe Devo Pillars can be found HERE


The intent of the Team Requirements are to:

  1. Build a world-class team

  2. Build greater team unity

  3. Award athletes based on merit

  4. Increase attendance at training

  5. Place more responsibility on the athlete as it's their choice to join the team. They want to be here, and have earned the right to be here and continue to do so daily with their character, discipline, and passion. 

  6. Create a clear pathway for athletes to progress and gain further support for their dreams


It's not going to be easy. But that's the point. 


There will still be a lot of responsibility on the parents to help your athlete complete the requirements and report to me. There are also a set of requirements for the parents. 


Everything here is subject to change. I will be updating them as we go along and I get feedback. 


I would strongly encourage athletes to get started on the physical requirements now. I sent everyone workouts to do for 7 weeks designed to help you accomplish these requirements.


Hands down the greatest benefit of joining the Tribe is surrounding yourself with other athletes that want to improve and want you to improve. We are all on the same mission: being the best we can be in this sport and in life. What more do you need? 


Well, a lot of support for starters. Outlaw takes pride in providing more than just bike training. 


  • Sports Performance and Mental Training Sessions

  • Mechanical work, repair, and build of bikes to keep them in top form

  • Workout and nutrition programming

  • Team building activities - Surfing, paintball, swimming, polar plunges, backpacking, skating, and more

  • Bike career pathway planning, resources, and networking

  • Goal setting and tracking

  • Sponsor management, tracking, and reporting

  • Professionally made edits and photography

  • Lifelong friendships and connections



Parent Requirements

  • Get athletes to 90% or more training sessions/events (organize carpools) 

  • Read the Fearless Mind

  • Complete the Changing the Game Parent’s course HERE and read the accompanying eBook

  • Follow and practice what you learned above

  • Participate in team activities

  • Assist with shuttling for training

  • Assist with Utah Mountain Sports Academy fundraisers

  • Help athletes take responsibility for communication. It helps so much to have the athlete involved and responsible for their schedule, bike maintenance, training plans, goal setting, etc. If a question is asked on Team App, text, or DM, an answer from everyone is so very helpful. 


Physical Pillar

These requirements are chosen to focus our training on general physical preparedness slightly geared towards anaerobic capacity. Our sport is on the threshold of anaerobic activity meaning that we need to be able to sustain maximal effort in powerful movements for more than 1:00. These goals should be very difficult, but none are impossible. Striving for these goals will build consistency, resilience, and mental fortitude. 


  • 60 consecutive pushups - Chest to deck and full elbow extension at the top

  • 120 squats in 2:00 - ass to grass and full knee/hip extension at the top

  • 10 Strict pull-ups - deadhang, hands facing away from you, chin completely over the bar.

  • 2:30 Plank Hold on Elbows

  • 1:30 Hollow Body Hold - Lower back maintains contact with the ground, heels and hands no more than 12” above the ground. 

  • 60 Lateral 16” box jumps in 1:00

  • Sub 8:00 mile run

  • 400m Run under 1:15 seconds

  • Ages 15+ - 45 Cal on Assault Bike in 1:00

  • U14 - 25 Cal on Assault Bike in 1:00

  • U12 - Assault Bike is Bonus - Your legs are too short :) 

  • Murph Sub 60min - For time: 1 mile run, 100 Pullups, 200 Pushups, 300 Squats, 1 mile run

  • Standing Back Tuck (springboard is ok for 12 and younger)

  • Freestanding Handstand hold or walk

  • A perfect cartwheel both ways

  • Draper Bike Park to Top of Rush via Canyon Hollow sub 39:00


14 and Older Strength Goals: 


  • Body weight (BW) squat 5 reps

  • 2x bodyweight deadlift 5 reps

  • 75% BW Standing Barbell Press for 5

  • Proper form on Power Cleans 

  • Overhead Squat 45 pound bar for 10 reps



These are all bike skills that will get you motivated to try new things and push your comfort zone. Get on yer bike and ride! Checkoff the Progressions (P) first. All must be done with max armor on.


  • Pedal 40+ miles per week


  • Learn 1 new ‘jib’ a month i.e. longer stoppies, half cabs, tire tap 3’s, fakie, manual, wheelie, etc. 


  • Flip to Dirt - P = Super comfortable on trampoline, can get bike into manual and hold for at least 5 sec. 50 flips to foam, 50 to airbag or resi, Tyson’s approval on jump


  • 360 to Dirt - P = Flat ground 180 or off small lip, 50 flyout 180’s, 100 flyout 360’s, 100 to foam, 100 to airbag or resi. Yes, 100. Tyson’s approval on jump


  • Barspin flyout - P = X-Up on lock, Thousands of bars with bike backed against a wall or on tramp bike, hundreds of ‘pullup bars’, ability to pinch bike with feet, armor! 


  • Barspin Dirt Jump - see P above + 100 flyout barspins


  • Tailwhip flyout

  • Tailwhip Dirt Jump

  • Combo Tricks

  • Take any trick you’re comfortable with and make it harder i.e Truck, flip bar, combos.


Cognitive Pillars

  • Daily journal

  • Set and update goals monthly

  • Commit 100%

  • Develop a proactive mindset

  • Consistently workout 3-5 days a week

  • Pursue education outside of school

  • Get 8+ hours of sleep each night

  • Respond to Tyson in a timely manner, complete monthly feedback forms and goal setting updates. 

  • Complete Personal Essay on why you want to join the team and why you should have a spot on the Tribe


Required Book list

  • Ego is the enemy

  • The Obstacle is the Way

  • Fearless mind

  • Rise of Superman

  • The Power of One

  • Life of Pi

  • The Alchemist


Suggested Movies

  • The Social Dilemma

  • In pursuit of happiness

  • The Defiant ones

  • Interstellar

  • The dawn wall

  • Free solo

  • 127 Hours

  • Apollo 13


Cosmic Pillar

  • Love yourself

  • Love others and the world around you - Mudita (a Buddhist term for "finding joy in the happiness and success of others").

  • Breathe - Daily breathwork and meditation - Use the Wim Hoff App

  • Become comfortable in the uncomfortable - challenge yourself daily to do something that scares you or that you hate doing. Cold showers, eating veggies, homework, chores, picking up creepy crawlies, cleaning your bike, etc. knowing that it will only make you stronger the more consistently you do it

  • Spend the majority of your day in nature  

  • Volunteer at least 2 hours a month - Monthly report to Tyson

  • Build and cultivate empathy with a daily gratitude journal entry