Campers experience the thrill of mastering mountain biking as they hit the trails in our Mountain Biking Day Camp. With help from our seasoned instructors, campers spend the week practicing mountain biking skills, learning bicycle maintenance basics and traversing the terrain of some of Boulder’s best beginner parks and trails.
Our campers’ adventures are carefully customized so they progress as their comfort and skill level grows. We also group kids by grade—2nd – 4th graders in our Skills Camp, 5th – 7th graders on the Adventure Team—to be sure they’re in good company as they build confidence and further their mastery of mountain biking.
Mountain Biking Day Camp campers should be comfortable riding on dirt on two wheels. While we strongly encourage campers to use their own bikes, we can provide bikes (and helmets) as needed. Learn about our Pin Program!
9:00am - 3:00pm
Extended Care: 8:00am - 5:30pm
|Lunch||$25 for a GoPicnic Daily Lunch|
|Policies||Cancellations & Date Changes|
Skills Camp: Entering 2nd-4th Graders
MAY: 31 - June 2 (3-day pro-rated price)
JUNE: 12-16, 19-23, 26-30
JULY: 3-7, 10-14, 24-28, 31-Aug 4
|LOCATION||New Vista High School 700 20th Street Boulder, CO 80302|
Entering 5th-7th graders
|By Jan 9||Jan 10 - Feb 28||After Feb 28||Extended Care AM/PM|
|Buy 3 or more weeks: SAVE $40 ON ALL WEEKS!||$329||$344||$369||$25/$75|
|TOTAL 3-WEEK SAVINGS||$240 off!||$195 off!||$120 off!|
*Three or more weeks per camper must be purchased at the same time to receive discount
$25 REGISTRATION FEE per camper/year (see policies)
Not coming July 4th? Use code: NO4th to prorate July 3rd session
Campers learn how to properly fit a helmet and bike, practice basic bike commands and get comfortable with technical skills including bunny hops, track stands, braking and shifting, becoming more proficient riders as they take on incremental challenges.
We introduce campers to a range of Boulder parks and trails—Eagle Trail, Marshall Mesa, C.U. Research Park, Dowdy Draw—where they practice good trail etiquette as they learn to ride on rolling single and double track terrain, descending and ascending trail sections and narrow and winding trails.
When they’re not riding, campers get familiar with the nuts and bolts of bike maintenance, learning to safety check their bikes, solve gear problems and change flat tires.
While no outdoor adventure is totally risk-free, we work hard to keep your campers safe. Every activity starts with a discussion about the risks involved—what they are, how to prevent them, how to respond if something goes wrong—so campers learn how to approach challenges with intelligence and skill.
Already registered? All the information you need about your day camp adventure—where to go, what to bring, camp photo links—is waiting for you in our Pre-Camp Guide.