DescriptionSummer Camp PROGRAMS (Overview) Buddy Pegs Learn To Ride Camps are perfect for beginner to intermediate and advance young riders to enjoy the camaraderie of a team sport without the pressure to compete, develop their love for bike riding, and develop critical life skills like resilience, self-confidence, empathy, connection to their community, and respect for the environment.
Pedal Adventure CampBuddy Pegs Pedal Adventure Club is perfect for kids (5-9) who are rolling along on two wheels, without training wheels, to kids who want to start gaining more confidence and learn mountain biking skills, and for kiddos who are confidently exploring intermediate+ single track and want to learn more.
More advanced riders will develop critical skills that will prepare them with the confidence they need to excel and be safe little riders.
Each camp session Buddy Pegs Coaches will form small multi-age groups based on ability levels (PAWS) so each rider has access to MAXIMUM FUM and appropriate terrain.
Choose the appropriate PAW level for your child during registration so we are better prepared with our coaching staff. We can always move kiddos around on the first day if you are not quite certain.
2 Paw Pedal Camp (5-9 yo)
- Pedaling independently without training wheels.
- We celebrate these kiddos as “wobbly pedalers” able to ride on flat pavement, minor hills, and possibly some sections of flat, wide dirt trails.
- Not yet confident cranking up hills and/or controlling speeds on downhills.
3 Paw Pedal Camp (5-9 yo)
- Able to climb and descend paved pathways/greenways.
- Comfortable modulating speeds on downhills.
- Riding beginner rated off-road trails with moderate confidence - maybe even a little bit of climbing /descending.
- Handbrakes mandatory.
- Gears recommended at 20" wheel size.
4 Paw Pedal Camp (5-9 yo)
- Riding confidently on smooth, beginner and some intermediate rated singletrack trails.
- Comfortable with short climbs and descents, cornering on small berms, and navigating rolling terrain with small table tops (with little to no jumping).
- Confident with both slowing and stopping unexpectedly.
- Handbrakes and gears mandatory.
Meet at the Atalanta Lake Dog Park (1615 S. Plesant Ridge Road)
Rogers Activity Center