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Email : info@cyclemovement.bike
  • People with a disability, ages 8+ (by start date of camp)
  • Ambulatory without an assistive device
  • Able to side step quickly to both sides
  • Able and willing to wear a properly fitted bike helmet
  • Minimum inseam of 20 inches (measured from floor with sneakers on)
  • Maximum weight of 220 pounds
  • Able to attend camp all five days
  • Has a parent/guardian who can remain on site for their rider’s sessions.  This is not a drop-off camp.

Note:  We will be monitoring the Covid-19 situation and following guidelines given from state, local, and school district authorities/laws/rules.  This is all in an effort to keep our riders, volunteers, staff and families safe.  While we will take necessary precautions, being exposed at camp is still a possibility.  If you are unable to follow these guidelines, please defer your enrollment to next year.

Each camper will attend the same assigned session each day for the week (arrive 10 minutes prior to start time).                                  Volunteers please arrive 20 minutes prior to session times to attend a daily training session.

Session 1:   08:30 am – 09:45 am
Session 2:   10:05 am – 11:20 am
Session 3:   11:40 am – 12:55 pm
Session 4:   02:00 pm – 03:15 pm
Session 5:   03:35 pm – 04:50 pm

The cost to program participants is $250, due at time of registration.

This bike camp is for everyone, so if you need assistance with your registration fee, reach out to us (info@cyclemovement.bike) to discuss scholarship opportunities.

Campers should wear comfortable clothes for bike riding in a gym.  No dresses or baggy pants.  Campers must wear sturdy closed toe shoes, no crocs please.

Volunteers should also wear closed toed shoes and comfortable clothes to walk/run.

  • Bike helmet.  No camper will be allowed to participate without a properly fitting bike helmet.
  • A full water bottle with your name on it.
  • Sunscreen
  • Iterative successes, building confidence and self-esteem that carries into other areas of their lives
  • Heightened memory, concentration, and decision-making skills
  • Inclusion with school and neighborhood friends
  • Independent transportation to school and work
  • Positive change in family dynamics
  • Building strength and stamina through movement and recreation
  • A healthy lifestyle and improved quality of life
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