Our experienced and trained staff will teach your child all about bike safety including how to use hand signals, road positioning, turning, and proper helmet usage. After we cover the basics, we will head out on our amazing local trail system. We will ride the Hank Aaron State Trail, Oak Leaf Trail, and quiet neighborhood streets on our way to fun and unique destinations around Milwaukee. Bikes are provided, but feel free to use your own. Helmets are provided and each child can take theirs home at the end of the camp. Bike Camps are grouped into children skill levels for ages 10-14. Please contact Jake with questions on which level your child may be in if you are unsure.
We will build your child’s cycling confidence, improve their riding ability and endurance, and teach them skills towards growing their independence and accomplishing goals. Unfortunately, we are NOT able to teach children how to ride a two wheeled bike due to time constraints. We also provide healthy snacks and water. Please pack a lunch for your child; we have a refrigerator on site. Please inform staff of any medical conditions (including inhalers!) or special needs or allergies your child may have. Before and after-care is from 8:30-9am and 4pm-5pm is available for an additional fee per child. Se Habla Espanol
Please Contact Jake Newborn, Education Program Manager at (414) 255-0377 or Jake.Newborn@WisconsinBikeFed.org.