Summer Mountain Bike Camp for Kids
We have seven weeks of camp beginning June 17th and ending August 9th. Snag our early bird rate of $445 per week until April 15. Thereafter, camp is $475 per week.
Week 1: June 17-21
Week 2: June 24-June 28*
Week 3: July 8-12
Week 4: July 15-19
Week 2 features an all-girls group in addition to our co-ed program. Click here to read why.
Week 5: July 22-26
Week 6: July 29-August 2
Week 7: August 5-9
At Fairfax Cycling Camp, we love biking and being in nature! We strive to share this love with your child in a context of safety, fun and support.
Riders aged 8 & up gather in the morning for a fun day on wheels, covering 8-16 miles, while learning safety, skills, & maintenance. Your child will connect with new friends and gain lasting relationships with older mentors in our thoughtful program which includes team building and cooperative games. We celebrate our achievements, end each day with social ice cream hour, and on Fridays, finish our week at College of Marin’s pool.
We are owned and operated by a local school teacher and his family, and each week is staffed by two adult leaders, as well as several college and high school-aged counselors. Our highly experienced and qualified staff allows us to maintain a ratio of at least 5:1, ensuring that we are able to meet each campers’ needs safely. Read more about our crew here, and our Mentorship Training Program here.
Our campers have a wide age and ability range, from beginners to riders who are highly skilled and fit enough to ride challenging single track. We take care to ensure that your child is in the right group! Our day is arranged to include a balance of time together as a large group, with smaller ride groups based on the ability of the camper.
We want all of our campers to gain confidence and have fun, and we have noticed that the kids who have the best time, always have the right kind of gear. Check out our blog post on choosing the right bike for your child, and our equipment requirements for participating in (and enjoying) camp. As always, feel free to reach out with any concerns or questions you might have.