Kids’ MTB Skill Camps
These 3-day camps are a great way to introduce youth to the basics of cross country, downhill and bike park riding together with learning to care and tune their bike, and understanding proper riding etiquette. What better way to spend a week in summer than meeting new friends, learning new techniques and building skills for years of biking pleasure.
Two camps are available this year. Our Kids’ Beginner Camp, running July 11-13, is for kids aged 6 to 10, and is geared to learning basic off-road riding skills. Our Advanced Riding Camp, running July 25-27, delivers advanced riding skills to youths 11–15 years of age.
Camps run from 10am to 3pm daily.
Register over the phone at 705-754-2298, by email firstname.lastname@example.org, or by fax 705-754-1563.
|Camp Only||Camp + Passes||All-Inclusive|
|Must possess valid
trail + lift passes
|Includes Camp and required
Trail + Lift Passes
|Includes Camp, Trail + Lift Passes, and 3-day mountain bike + helmet rental|
|Kids’ Beginner Camp
|Youth Advanced Rider Camp
Students should come prepared with:
Bike helmet, sized properly
Packed lunch, or money to purchase drinks/small snacks
Bike, fitted and well-tuned (tune-ups available by advanced booking)
Plenty of energy and enthusiasm!!!
Meet Instructor Nick Emsley
Nick Emsley is an elite mountain bike racer from Haliburton, Ontario who races inter-provincially in XCO (Olympic style) and XCM (Marathon style) events. He has raced with some of the best athletes around the world, including several Olympians and world champions. Nick has been coached by a 4-time Canadian Champion and former Norco Factory racer Andrew Watson for 4 years. He has won multiple races and finished 2nd at the Canadian National Marathon Championships 2 years in a row. Nick started his racing career at Sir Sam’s Ski & Ride 7 years ago, and can often be found training on our trails throughout the summer. Nick brings his knowledge of training, racing and skill’s to our kid’s camps every year with the hope of making every participant a better mountain bike rider.