2024 Camp Season Schedule
Attention Parents: Registration goes live this year on 9:00 AM January first, which is a change from our last 8 years. Meanwhile, all camps are online, so you can browse through and see what might work best for your family.
We are currently in our off season. You can check out all of our off season rides, workshops and activities by scrolling to the bottom of the page and clicking the register button.
Our Refund Policy: You may request and receive a full refund up to a month in advance of your camp. After that you may request and receive a 50% refund up to two weeks in advance of your camp. After that no refund will be offered. It is your responsibility to reach out in a timely manner to request your refund.
Summer 2024 Schedule
June 10-14: First Wheels, Rolling Ready, Hard Gears
June 17-21: Melanin in Motion (Girls, Rolling Ready), Learn to Ride (half day)–morning and afternoon session, First Wheels, Rolling Ready
June 24-28: Melanin in Motion (Boys, Rolling Ready), First Wheels, Rolling Ready, Hard Gears
July 8-12: Melanin in Motion (Girls, First Wheels), Hard Gears, Rolling Ready (Meals on Two Wheels), First Wheels (half day)–morning and afternoon session
July 15-19: Melanin in Motion (Boys, First Wheels), Rolling Ready Neighborhood Camps (Park Road and Chantilly), Hard Gears (Meals on Two Wheels)
July 22-26: Girl’s Camp Sessions 1 (7-10) and 2 (11-13), Rolling Ready
July 29-August 2: Learn to Ride (half day)–morning and afternoon, First Wheels, Rolling Ready
August 5-9: Tour Camp
Description of Camps
Learn To Ride Camp: Our Learn to Ride Camps offer children a group setting for learning to ride their bike through balance work and fun games in a social setting. 2022 was our first year offering Learn to Ride camp, and we had great success with this camp.
First Wheels: Our First Wheels Camps offer children who have already learned to ride their bike a chance to practice their new skills in a safe setting. The requirements for this camp are the ability to start and stop on your own and ride in a line. Our average ride distance for our full day FW camp is between 6 and 8 miles, while our half day camps average between 2 and 5 miles.
Rolling Ready: Rolling Ready is for a middle aged child (7-11), who is already riding, has developed good skills, and would like a little more mileage and adventure. Our average mileage for this camp is between 8 and 10 miles per day.
Hard Gears and Tour Camps: Our Hard Gears/Tour Camps are good for a pre-teen/teenaged youth who’s gotten good at riding safely on the roadway and is ready for a real challenge. Hard gears averages between 15-20 miles per day. This camp is probably not going to be a good fit for a youth who’s not ready to ride those miles.
Melanin in Motion Camps: Our Melanin in Motion Camps have been in development for the past three years. These camps are helping us broaden our reach of getting children outside and riding bikes by providing an experience that is specifically geared toward black and brown children and youth. During the week we provide appropriate staffing, as well as a group of community cyclists that support and mentor our riders as volunteers.
**We are unable to provide a nut/allergen free environment.**