Mountain Biking Two-Day Kids & Teen Camp
This multi-day mountain biking camp is a great opportunity for kids and teens to hit the trails, learn new skills, make new friends, and have some fun!
Calling all young adventure enthusiasts! Bike some of the best trails North Atlanta has to offer with the NOC Mountain Bike Camp.
Campers will get to ride around on local trails with the guidance of experienced NOC bike guides. Kids and teens will get outside and make new friends, while building new skills and confidence in trail riding.
This is a multi-day camp ideal for beginners and introductory- level, young mountain biking enthusiasts. Age range for participants is 12-15. Camp takes place Mondays and Tuesdays or Wednesdays and Thursdays in the summer.
What to Expect
Participants will begin by getting outfitted with the latest in gear before heading out onto the trails with NOC Bike Guides. Campers will break for lunch each day then finish the day navigating different trails and learning new skills!
This camp is Mondays and Tuesdays or Wednesdays and Thursdays. Participants will check in at 9AM at NOC’s Powers Island Outpost, and the camp will end at 3PM each day.
- All necessary paddlesports equipment
- In-Course Transportation
- Paddling Instruction
NOC provides the primary gear needed for each camp, including bikes and helmets.
Participants will need to provide individual items outlined below.
Long pants or shorts (longer-length shorts are better suited for riding a bike if choosing shorts)
- Long or short-sleeved shirt
- Tennis shoes
Other Suggested Items:
- Extra pair of glasses or contacts (if applicable)
- Bug spray
- A bag to store wet/dirty clothes and shoes
We recommend leaving all valuables at home.
Participants must be 12-15 years old. No previous experience is necessary, but must know how to ride a bike.
Please pack a bagged lunch for your camper, suggested lunch items are below. Participants are encouraged to bring additional snacks and beverages including a water bottle, as needed. NOC provides a water bottle refilling station onsite.
What to Pack for Lunch:
- Bottled water and juice boxes
- Granola or breakfast bars
- Raw vegetables
- Individually wrapped sandwiches
- Fresh fruit (like apples and grapes)
- Dried fruit
- String cheese
- Individual portions of packaged nuts, crackers, trail mix or chips
- Rice cakes
- Animal crackers
- Napkins and/or hand wipes