Summer Camp 2022
Week of June 20th
Week of June 27th
Week of July 5th (no camp July 4th)
Week of July 11th
Week of July 18th
Week of July 25th
Week of August 1st
Week of August 8th
Week of August 22nd
Start your child's summer of fun with us here at Bike Adventures for Kids. They'll discover the endless possibilities for adventure in their own backyard and feel the freedom of exploring the best of Marin's outdoors by bike.
With an emphasis on teamwork, confidence building, and bike handling. You'll know how much fun they had by how much dirt they bring home and how well they sleep at night. You'll wish you could come along too!
Our week-long sessions start at the Java Hut in downtown Fairfax at 9am and end at the Lower Playground of Robson Harrington Park in San Anselmo at 2pm.
PLEASE READ ENTIRE PAGE BEFORE REGISTERING
$475 for a 1week session*
$900 for a 2 week session**
$1200 for a 3 week session***
*deduct $95 for 4th of July
**deduct $90 for 4th of July
***deduct $80 for 4th of July
Please see our FAQs Page for our Refund Policy.
What your child will need for camp:
On their body-
-Short Sleeve Shirt
In their Backpack-
-A tube that fits in their tire
-Money for Ice Cream
Please have your child's bike SAFETY CHECKED several weeks before camp to be sure it is in good running order.
Each day is a new adventure, and living in the birth-place of Mountain Biking we are able to do a completely different ride every time we hit the trails!
Please text Laura at 415-279-4469 with any questions.
Complete the online registration form and mail check to:
4 Francis Ave
San Anselmo, CA
Make checks payable to Laura Childress and include campers name and date of camp selected on memo line.
Here's an outline on how to assess your riders ability:
Please contact us with any questions or concerns before registering.
Beginner riders are comfortable on their bikes and are able to ride, start, and stop in a controlled manner for 2-5 miles including climbing up and down moderate hills.
Example of a Beginner Ride: Riding to Phoenix Lake, up Shaver to Five Corners and Down Deer Park Fire Road. Riding from Fairfax to the Ross Bike Path to Corte Madera Park and back.
Intermediate riders are confident on their bikes, comfortable riding up and down moderate hills with minimal breaks, and are able to ride for 5-10 miles.
Example of an Intermediate Ride: Riding up Eldridge Grade to Lakeview, Lake Lagunitas and down Shaver to Fairfax. Riding up Porcupine to the Flow Trail and back.
Advanced Riders are confident on their bikes on moderate technical terrain, are interested in climbing bigger hills with very few breaks and able to comfortably ride for 8-14 miles. Examples of an Advanced Ride: Riding up Eldridge Grade to the East Peak. Riding Camp Tamarancho.