Summer Holiday Mountain Bike Kids Camp

A 3 day course developing the next generation of MTB riders

Summer Holiday Mountain Bike Kids Camp

These 3 day courses each week over the summer are designed to give your young MTB rider a whole new set of skills to enhance their riding, confidence and their control. On day 1 we assess ability and then begin to teach the core skills required to ride the trails safely at all times. Day 2 we build on the initial core skills and progress onto dealing with corners and obstacles. Day 3 is all about the flow and having as much fun on the trails with plenty of whooping and high fives!

Participants should bring their own bikes along with helmet, gloves and appropriate clothing. 

Each day is divided up into 2 age groups please ensure you book in the correct age group:

10am - 12.30pm - riders aged 10-13

1.30pm - 4pm - riders aged 7-9

Date Duration Time Days Location Price Places Left
Monday, 02 August 2021 2,3,4 August 10am - 12.30pm 3 Barnett Demesne MTB Trails £95 7 Book Now
Monday, 02 August 2021 2,3,4 August 1.30pm - 4pm 3 Barnett Demesne MTB Trails £95 8 Book Now
Monday, 09 August 2021 9,10,11 August 10am - 12.30pm 3 Barnett Demesne MTB Trails £95 8 Book Now
Monday, 09 August 2021 9,10,11 August 1.30pm - 4pm 3 Barnett Demesne MTB Trails £95 8 Book Now
Monday, 16 August 2021 16,17,18 August 10am - 12.30pm 3 Barnett Demesne MTB Trails £95 8 Book Now
Monday, 16 August 2021 16,17,18 August 1.30pm - 4pm 3 Barnett Demesne MTB Trails £95 8 Book Now
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Summer Holiday Mountain Bike Kids Camp

Whats included

  • Fully qualified member of staff who will also have completed a police check and has a first aid qualification
  • £10 million public liability insurance
  • Family friendly staff 
  • The perfect summer holiday activity at a great price

No - all children MUST bring their own bike and associated kit 

Yes - all staff have the appropriate mountain biking qualificiatiob to coach the children. They also have heaps of enthusism and commitment to ensuring the children have a safe and enjoyable time on the trails

Yes, full permission has been sought and granted from Belfast City Council who own the trails. 

No they dont. If they have one then by all means bring it along. The most important thing is that they have a suitbale helmet that fits well. 

1:8. There will never be more than 8 children to a tutor. 

Yes - gloves are essential.

If you have them then bring them along, but they are not essential. If there was one extra bit of kit to bring along then knee protection would be good. 

We will start on the easier trails to assess ability. By the end of day 3 all children should be able to ride red trails. 

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