2018 Season Programs Start June 11th and Proceed through August 17th
“A Crash Course in Mountain Biking. Perfect for a Week in Park City.”
The Weekly camps, are just that, a camp that meets everyday Monday-Friday, for 3 hours (9-12pm) during a specified week. Seventeen camps are scheduled throughout the summer with Pee Wee, Never-ever, Beginner, Intermediate. The rides are designed to promote a successful experience!
Camps are limited to 10 participants. A $25 late fee will be assessed to all registrations made less than one week prior to start of the camp.
Young Riders offer four types of camps for different ages and abilities.
Pee Wee Camps are for 5-7 years old kids riding on 16″ & 20″ rims (NO TRAINING WHEELS). These camps focus on basic trails and pathways, safety, and riding techniques (turning, braking). These rides are 2 hours long. (9:30-11:30am). Fee $125
Beginner Youth Camps are for 7-9 years old kids riding 20″ & 24″ rims with gears. These camps focus on beginner single track trails, safety, basic mountain bike techniques (climbing, descending, obstacles, and proper fit). (9am-12pm). Fee $175
Beginner Junior Camps are for 10-13 years old kids riding 24″ & 26″ rims. These camps focus on older youths who may be new to the sport and will work on beginner dirt single track trails. (9am-12pm). Fee $175
Intermediate Camps are for 9-13 years old kids riding 24″ & 26″ rims. These camps focus Intermediate single track trails with various obstacles, longer climbs and descents. Safety, trail etiquette, riding techniques (steep climbs, steep descents, switchbacks, step-ups, speed, etc.). (9am-12pm). Fee $175
Advanced Camps are for 10-14 years old kids riding 26″ rims. This camp would be for kids seeking more adventure and advanced riding including endurance/fitness and technical terrain. Kids need to be advanced riders. We would focus on different kinds of rides each day. This camp is only three days a week: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (9am-12pm).
REGISTRATION is Closed. It will open Wednesday, March 28th at 7am.