INTERMEDIATE LEVEL | AGES 11-14
Session 1 – June 26-29, 2023 - Sold Out!
8:15am – 11:30am
This intermediate-level camp will advance your child’s riding abilities by focusing on single-track trails with various obstacles, longer climbs, and descents. They will learn independent movement on the bike, jumping a curb, Bunny Hop (when and why), cornering on berms, advanced cornering pedal position, navigating uphill rock gardens, drops, track stand and ratcheting.
Intermediate campers should already be familiar and comfortable demonstrating skills taught in the beginner-level class (level pedals, neutral position, center balance, attack position, downhill/uphill riding, breaking, going over small rocks, cornering, scanning the trail, trail etiquette, basic shifting, cadence, riding in a line and ABC safety check.)
This intermediate-level camp is suited for youth with basic mountain biking knowledge and comfort controlling speed on dirt trails while navigating rock gardens, narrow trails, and other natural obstacles.
Day 1 Location:
The Bike Collective 936 28th St, Ogden UT 84403.
Campers will learn how to make minor adjustments and repairs to their bikes. Bike handling drills to assess rider skills and abilities.
Day 2 Location:
McKay Dee Employee Parking Garage 3850 Eccles Ave, Ogden, UT 84403
Campers will improve their riding skills by doing different obstacles, ramps and small jumps
Day 3 Location:
Washington Heights Church 1770 E 6200 S, Ogden, UT 84405
Campers will practice riding skills on a bike track. They will learn proper positioning, drops, cornering on berms, and trail riding skills. No trail to be ridden this day.
Day 4 Location:
29th Street Trailhead 29th Street Ogden Trailhead
Campers will put what they have learned into practice on the trails near the 29th Street Trailhead
- Intermediate campers must have a mountain bike suitable for riding in off-road conditions. We will be riding off-road, over dirt, rocks, and uneven terrain.
- Campers must wear a properly fitting bicycle helmet and have either a water bottle (that fits in a bike-mounted water bottle holder) or a hydration pack to bring to camp each day. Daily snack & water will be provided by the GOAL Foundation.
- All beginner riders should be riding 24″, 26″, 27.5", or 29″ rims with gears. Gloves and filling the tires with SLIME is recommended, but optional.
Want to participate but don't have all the necessary gear? Email Brooke email@example.com.