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Join us twice a week and be part of a thriving and engaged youth mountain biking community. We will focus on progressing beginner to intermediate riders to build strong minds, bodies, character, skills and stewardship through cycling.
Dates: June 3 - July 17, 2019
Times: M/W, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. (possibly longer on trail days)
Location: Stanley Park Bike Park and local trails
Instructor: Phil Bogardus, NICA Coach Level 3 Certified
Registration Deadline: May 20, 2019
Questions? Contact Nolan Oberg at email@example.com
Do you need coaches? Yes, we are actively recruiting volunteer coaches to commit about three to six hours per week. Coaches are required to pass a background check and complete a free, online concussion training course. We operate under the Positive Coaching Alliance philosophy.
I want to coach, but don't have any experience. That’s okay, we’d love to have you! Contact Nolan Oberg for more information.
Are scholarships available? Yes, we provide scholarships to youth that reside "in-District." Please submit a Scholarship Request form to Nolan Oberg.
Will I need to buy anything extra for my student? The registration fee includes a helmet and shirt. Additionally, your student will need to be equipped with the following:
1. Bicycle that has been checked by a professional bicycle technician
2. Closed toe shoes
3. Full ﬁnger gloves
4. Waterproof jacket
5. Sunglasses or other eye protection
7. Water bottle(s) or hydration pack
8. Tools (tube, multi tool, tire levers, etc.)
Where will my student be riding? The Stanley Park Bike Park and local trails suited to beginner and intermediate riders.
My student is younger than 10 or older than 12, are they allowed to participate? We will gladly consider students on an individual basis. Please contact Nolan Oberg.
When will I know the schedule? From June 3rd through July 17, practices will be Monday and Wednesday from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM. After registering, you will receive an email from the Team Director with further details.
Other Questions? Please, contact Nolan Oberg or (970) 586-8189.