Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Find your own trail on a bike

Mountain bike camp for kids


    Want to have some fun on the trails and improve your mountain biking this summer?
    Join up with the 11th summer season of the Sun Valley Road & Dirt summer mountain bike camp for kids.
    All ability levels are welcome in a program sponsored by local mountain bike pacesetter Billy Olson and his Hailey-based Powerhouse Fit Studio, along with Sun Valley Road & Dirt. Coaches are Olson and bike enthusiast Joel Zellers.
    The age range is 7-12, with experienced 6-year-olds also welcome to come out and “rip!”
    Kids arrive at the Croy Canyon BMX Park west of Hailey in three camp sessions. They are Monday through Friday, June 17-21 along with two other week-day sessions, July 22-26 and Aug. 19-23.
    Times are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day. Included in the fee of $250 per week (or $650 for all 3 weeks) are individualized instruction, a water bottle, t-shirt and a rider photograph. Scholarships are available.
    Visit powerhouseidaho.com and find the kids’ camp by clicking under “Events.”




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