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Ages 8-13Kids Rip Bike Camp

July 22–26 + August 5–9, 2024

Mixed Adventure Day Camps


Kids Rip bike camper

Focus on Fun + Safety

This 5-day camp is geared toward beginner mountain bikers ages 8–13. Let our experienced coaches help your child develop solid foundational downhill mountain biking skills that focus is on safety and fun.  Some of the skills covered include:

  • Ground skills
  • Safety checks
  • Progressive skills development & practice
  • Trail etiquette

Daily lunch is also included.

 

kid on Ninja Wild

It's Not All Downhill

Besides focusing on skills development and free riding, campers also explore Loon's summer activities, like:

  • Ninja Wild
  • Zipline
  • Hiking
  • Cross-country biking
  • Disc golf
  • Explore glacial caves

Plus, each camp week includes outings to area attractions such as Echo Lake, Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves, or Whale's Tale Waterpark* (*weather permitting).

What Camp is Not

This camp is geared to beginner downhill mountain bikers. It does not include learning to ride jumps.

    • July 22–26, 2024

      Kids Rip Bike Camp | Session 1

      $600
      Starting at

      Mixed-adventure day camp for beginners ages 8–13

      • Develop foundational skills to progress
      • Variety of on-mountain activities
      • Echo Lake day trip*
      • Daily lunch included
      • Rental bikes available

      *weather permitting

    • August 5–9, 2024

      Kids Rip Bike Camp | Session 2

      $650
      Starting at

      Mixed-adventure day camp for beginners ages 8–13

      • Develop foundational skills to progress
      • Variety of on-mountain activities
      • Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves or Whale's Tale Waterpark day trip*
      • Daily lunch included
      • Rental bikes available

      *weather permitting

Camper's Checklist

Camps run rain or shine. Below is a list of items to bring for your safety and comfort. helmets and protecive pads are available to rent.

  • elbow pads
    Protective Pads
    Protective elbow and knee pads are recommended.
  • elbow pads
    Helmet
    Helmets are required. Full-face helmets are recommended.
  • elbow pads
    Goggles
    We recommend eye protection, such as goggles or sunglasses.
  • gloves
    Gloves
    We recommend wearing gloves for added comfort.
  • footwear
    Footwear
    Closed-toe shoes are required. No sandals or open-toe shoes.
  • clothes
    Additional Clothes
    We recommend weather-appropriate changes of clothing.
  • snacks
    Snacks
    Bring snacks to stay fueled throughout the days.

Details

Morning Drop Off & Afternoon Pick Up

Located at Governor Adams Base Lodge (left hand side on the main floor)

  Drop Off Pick Up
DAY 1 9:00AM 4:30PM
DAY 2   9:00AM 4:00PM
DAY 3 9:00AM 4:00PM

Requirements

  • Camper must be age 8–15
  • Mountain bike with a minimum front suspension and two brakes *(Rental bikes are available)
  • Full face helmet, eye protection (goggles or glasses), gloves, elbow pads, kneepads

*Rental bikes come with helmet, elbow pads, and kneepads also available for rent

What to Bring

Waterproof jacket, proper closed toe footwear (bikes shoes preferred), comfortable outdoor clothing appropriate for biking (shorts, jersey, or other comfortable and secure athletic wear). Sunscreen, water bottle. Please also provide a change of clothes for campers in case of rain, mud, etc. Lunch is included with camp, but campers may bring their own lunch if preferred.

Additional Notes

  • Overnight storage for bikes and gear is offered.
  • Campers are required to be picked up by a parent or someone designated by parents over the age of 18.
  • Dietary restrictions will be accommodated. Packing your child’s lunch is recommended if preferred.
  • All waivers including allergy restrictions must be filled out and completed prior to arrival.