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Day Mountain Bike Camps

$ 345.00

Day camps are designed to introduce and develop young mountain bikers from Beginner to intermediate and finally to advanced. In these 5 day camp sessions, we will cover all the basics of mountain biking.

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Bromont Passes

Save up to 136$ on Bromont water park and downhill season passes by signing up for camp.

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Add all the options below for one inclusive price that includes bike and gear rental, photo bundle and return transportation.

Equipment Rental Add-ons:

Make your camping experience more complete by adding on these options. All prices include the rental for the whole week.

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Little Rider Camps @ Dirt Camp

Aimed at kids of all ages (7-16 yrs), Day camps are a great tool for kids to get into biking. The younger day camp kids often become their own groups while the older boys integrate with the sleep over groups. Evaluations are done just the same way as the regular dirt camp during the morning of the first day.
Below are our different classifications:


ZERO to HERO

Beginner riders can anticipate a smooth progression from flat terrain, into basic trails and then into bike handling. Beginners tend to progress quickly within the first few days and can move up to stronger groups when ready.

GETTING GOOD

Intermediate riders will start with a refresher course on flat terrain and eventually small jumps, steeper terrain and generally more challenging riding. Intermediate riders are also welcome to move up during their sessions provided they are ready.

Going PRO

Advanced riders will cover the basics as well but again move to jumping, cornering and steeper riding. Advanced riders will be given more opportunity to challenge themselves and their bikes.


what do i learn at dirt camp? check out the curriculum below:

Arrival (Sunday)
Level Assessment • Goal Setting • Pro

4:00 pmArrival for sleep over campers

5:00 pmCamp Meeting

5:30 pmDinner

6:15 pmGroup level discussion & evaluation

7:00 pmEvaluation

10:00 pmLights out

Development (Monday)
Basic Skills • Drills • Lights

8:30 amDay camper arrival

9:00 amAM Ride (basic skills, balance, position)

12:30 pmLunch

1:00 pmWaterpark & Rest

2:30 pmPM bike activity (Trail)

4:00 pmDay Camp Departure

5:30 pmDinner

6:30 pmEvening open activity (Soccer)

8:00 pmSnack

8:30 pmMovie

9:30 pmLights out

Improvement (Tuesday)
Development

8:00 amBreakfast

8:30 amWarm up for morning training

9:00 amAM Ride (basic skills, balance, position)

12:30 pmLunch

1:00 pmWaterpark & Rest

2:30 pmPM bike activity (Pump Track)

4:00 pmDay Camp Departure

5:30 pmDinner

6:30 pmEvening open activity

8:00 pmSnack

8:30 pmCamp Fire

9:30 pmLights out

Refinement (Wednesday)
Body Position • Get in the zone

8:00 amBreakfast

8:30 amWarm up for morning training

9:00 amAM Ride (basic skills, balance, position)

12:30 pmLunch & Rest

1:00 pmWaterpark & Rest

2:30 pmPM bike activity (Bakery Trails / Shuttle)

4:00 pmDay Camp Departure

5:30 pmDinner

6:30 pmEvening open activity

8:00 pmGroup Talk / Preparation for DH

8:30 pmMovie

9:30 pmLights out

Diversification (Thursday)
Bromont Downhill Day

8:00 amBreakfast

10:00 amBromont Discussion

10:30 amMountain orientation to trails

1:00 pmLunch

1:30 pmFreeride at Bromont (AM Trails only)

4:00 pmDay Camp Departure

5:30 pmDinner

7:30 pmLast night wide game

9:00 pmLast night campfire

9:30 pmLights out

Final Adjustments (Friday)
Enjoy it!

8:00 amBreakfast

8:30 amWarm up for morning game

9:00 amPack bags / clean rooms

10:00 amFreeride session

12:30 pmLunch

1:30 pmShuttle session

5:00 pmDinner

6:00 pmDeparture

Choose Your Session

Session 1(June 27 to July 1), Session 2(July 4 to July 8), Session 3(July 11 to July 15), Session 4(July 18 to July 22), Session 5(July 25 to July 29), Session 6(August 1 to August 5), Session 7(August 8 to August 12), Session 8(August 15 to August 19), Session 9(August 22 to August 26)

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