6/6- 6/9/2022

6/20- 6/23/2022

7/11- 7/14/2022

Monday - Thurs

9AM to 12 Noon

Bike Adventure Camps are a chance for young riders to enjoy the camaraderie of other fellow riders! Essentially this camp is full of field trips via bike. Our camps include a snack, games, crafts and fun off the bike! This camp is best suited for kids ages 4-11 years. An example itinerary of a day at Bike Adventure Camp would be: Meet at Star Meadows Park, play games, ride to Thomas Reservoir, nature explore, crafts and games, return to Star Meadows, snack, games and activities. There’s always a few ice cream excursions and snocone celebrations as well!

6/13- 6/16/2022

6/27- 6/30/2022

Monday - Thurs

9AM to 12 Noon

Learn to Pedal is open to riders of all abilities. Camps will be focused on teaching your little one how to begin to balance on their bike and cover short distances with confidence in a fun and safe environment. Training wheels are welcome, but we will aim to remove these by end of the camp. Our camps include a snack, games, crafts and fun off the bike! Learn to Pedal is best suited for kids ages 3-7 years. A bike can be provided with advance notice.

Every Tuesday in June:

6/7, 6/14, 6/21, and 6/28

5PM - 7PM

(Rain date if needed 6/30)

This camp is for the aspiring young mountain biker, eager to hit the trails. Our fun, non-competitive program is focused on building bike handling skills and designed to meet each rider at their ability. The same skillset that make you a better rider also keeps you safe. Your child will learn the skill and etiquette required to ride safely and efficiently, as well as learn about the unique history of the areas we will be riding. Camps will take place at a set location (local trail TBD week of camp) between Erie and Boulder. Targeted at kids with an intermediate to advanced skill level - kids should be comfortable riding on dirt/loose gravel climbing hills and have appropriate bike and equipment to do so. Example: bike with gears, hydration pack or multiple water bottle cages on bike, helmet, sunglasses, gloves, etc. An example itinerary would be: meet at Valmont Bike Park and work on cornering, small obstacles, balancing and pedal stroke while the advanced group would work on riding boulders, technical climbing, bunny hops and dropping off ledges, etc.

With biking, many times a child's skill level is based on ability, not necessarily age. Because we know kids can vary in experience level (and siblings may want to be together), please inquire about any camps you may be curious about - regardless of age, and we will do our best to work with you and your child in finding the appropriate camp.