MTB Summer Camp for Middle, High Schoolers in Georgia

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      The GA NICA league is sponsoring a mountain bike summer camp this year and it sounds like a great opportunity! Check this out.

      The Georgia Rider Development Summer Camp at Dauset Trails will be an experience of a lifetime! From expert instructors to the best camp facilities in the region, Georgia Rider Development Camps are the perfect place for kids to have big time summer fun, develop a love for mountain biking, and challenge themselves in a healthy, supportive environment. Instruction focuses on proper nutrition, ride preparation, fitness, trail etiquette and safety, and fundamental mountain bike skills (body position and balance, operation of controls, and terrain awareness). Camps also incorporate instruction on maneuvers such as cornering, navigating obstacles, and other technical skills riders often desire. Georgia Rider Development Camps offer a customized experience that will peak every young rider’s interest. Each evening, we bring all the kids back together for camp-wide games, adventures, team building and traditional summer camp fun.

      This amazing camp experience offers participants:
      • Mountain Biking
      • Skills Instruction
      • Presentations
      • Hiking
      • Games
      • Traditional Camp Experiences


      CURRENT 6TH–11TH

      JULY 13–16, 2018
      Dauset Trails, Jackson GA
      The Village at Indian Springs Includes secure private lodging, food, activities, facilities, water bottle and camp t-shirt.

      Early Registration Feb 19–26 $475
      Register by June 30 $499
      Late Registration by July 11 $525
      All campers must be registered riders in the Georgia Interscholastic Cycling League and have completed a full season to participate.
      Email [email protected]

      7:30a Breakfast
      9:00a Field skills sessions
      12:00p Lunch
      1:00p Field Skills sessions/Trail rides
      3:00p Games
      5:00p Dinner
      6:00p Presentations
      7:30p Team time/Free time & Games
      10:30p Lights Out

      • Each student should arrive with the proper bike equipment
      • Bike, helmet, shoes, gloves and clothes (make sure to have rain gear or jacket)
      • Each student is responsible for making sure your bike is properly tuned and serviced before
      arriving at camp
      • Each student should have proper tools to repair flats and come with 2 extra spare tubes for camp

      Are you interested in volunteering at camp? We are in need of NICA certified Level 3 or Level 2 coaches to help run small groups for the duration of the camp. If this is something that you are interested in, please email Rusty Wallace at [email protected] for more information.

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      I hope my son gets interested in MTB riding when he gets older.

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