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Spoke Sisters – Spring Weekends

Spoke Sisters…female riders and female coaches. 

These riders must have a skill set which allows them to comfortably ride Bobsled, The Griffens, Roadside Attraction and King of The Shore.

Spoke Sisters is for riders that would like to enhance their mountain biking skills, confidence and level of comfort with the sport.  Once this is achieved, these female riders have built their courage, expanded their community and are ready to crush the trails of The Shore.  

All riders will be assessed on day 1 and placed into appropriate skill groups.

Spoke Sisters, an opportunity to hang out with like minded females.

Collage of female bike riders on forest trails

 

 

9-13+ yrs.

If my child is the required age for the camp, later in the year, can they still be registered?

Yes!

As long as your child is the required age within the calendar year, you can register them for the camp.

Program information

Dates

single session on Sunday afternoon

Book one, or Book all 3

  • April 16, 2023
  • May 7, 2023
  • June 11, 2023
    Time

    1pm – 4pm

    Cost

    Single Session – $75 +GST

     

    Information

    Requirements

    If your child does not have the skills to be able to ride the terrain for their camp, we will try to fit them into another camp. 

    If we are not able to place them into an appropriate camp, we will not be able to refund your registration fee. 

    Let’s have a chat and find a solution that will work well for us both.

    A 24″wheel or larger is mandatory.  Plus they must have a solid skill level to ride Bobsled and Upper Griffen.  This includes riding uphill to Bobsled, a number of times, during the course of the day.  

    These riders will need to have already acquired the following bike and riding skills:

    • Quick release(manual lever) needed for riders’ seat – mandatory
    • full face helmet – strongly recommended
    • knee & elbow pads – mandatory
    • ability to use gears and brakes 
    • the use of level pedals 
    • have an understanding that different body positions are used for descent and ascent 
    • realize that a rider needs to go up, before they have the joy associated with going down
    What to Bring
    • The Obvious: Bike and Full Face Helmet and knee & elbow pads
    • The Not So Obvious: Water, lunch (no nuts), spare tube (mandatory), all in a backpack, to be carried by the rider.
    Expectations
    Can my child always ride with their friend?

    We make every effort to keep friends together, but it cannot be guaranteed.

    Our groups are created to ensure each rider is kept engaged and in their challenge zone. This creates a cohesive group and a better experience for all the riders.  

    The groups are defined by the skills of all the children attending that week.

     

     

    BIKE TUNE UP MANDATORY

    Please ensure that your child’s bike is tuned up and ready to roll a few weeks prior to coming to camp.  Bike stores are very busy so phone and make an appointment for the tune up.

    Having your child’s bike in good operational condition will create a positive experience for your child.

    Drop Off & Pick Up Schedule

      
    Drop off: 1pm – Fromme Mountain

    Go to the very top of Mountain Hwy.  Pass through the yellow gate and follow the road to the divide and proceed down the hill into the parking lot. Escape Coaches will be in the North end of the parking lot.

    Pick Up: 4pm – Upper Lynn Elementary – 1540 Coleman St, North Vancouver