In addition to our normal daily operations at our purpose-built park – with flow trails, progressive skill features, pump track and dirt jumps, we proudly host a number of rider clinics, races, demo days, and fun family events. Keep an eye on the list below for updates!
Oct 15 | Progression Session - Kolo Bike Park Jump Contest
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NOV 24 | Green Friday & Bicycle Swap Meet
Single Speed Saturdays
Advanced Kolo Flow Bike Camp
Beginning with campers who already have interest or skill in mountain biking
Inclusive and welcoming environment where campers are encouraged to perform outside of their comfort zone to learn new biking skills or accomplish a level higher than they started with.
Achieve individual goals and also achieve a common goal as a group.
At the Kolo Flow Bike Summer Camp, campers will ride on purpose-built mountain bike trails and skill elements designed for all levels of rider to experience flow on a bicycle. Kolo Bike Park is a great way for young riders to build confidence and skill in a controlled environment. Other activities include use of an outdoor swimming pool and indoor activities such as bicycle movies and games on bad weather days.
The itinerary for each day is generally as follows – though the order may change depending on weather and/or group dynamics:
- Warm-up and stretching loosely based on yoga & martial arts practices
- Education / maintenance
- Bike skill instruction and ride time
- Bike games
- Free bike ride time grouped by skill level
- Open swim/pool time at resort pool on property
Helmets are required anytime your teen is on a bicycle. Campers will need to bring a packed lunch and any snacks they may need. Some snacks are available for sale at the Bike Park such as chips, pretzels, Clif, Honey Stinger, ProBar products along with PowerAde and SanPellegrino. Plenty of cold water is available for free on site, but each child should have a camelback or water bottle that can be carried on the bike. Campers should arrive “pre-sun-screened” if desired. Counselors may NOT be asked to apply sun screen. A swim suit and towel will be needed to participate in pool time. A plastic bag to store wet clothes after swimming is recommended.