Looking for an activity for the next school holidays? In conjunction with the Garigal Gorillas MTB Club, MWCC is running two days of bike skills camps for kids to give them skills for life. Our next camp dates are July 9 & 16, and clinics are run by qualified coaches. Fortnite won’t be popular forever, but being able to ride a bike is always cool. Register your children now.
A fun day of bike activities designed for children aged between 8 and 12 years with a qualified coach.
Drop off 8.30am, pickup by 3.30pm to help you squeeze in a workday.
– Skills: cornering, stopping, climbing, descending, jumping, balance
– Helmet fitting
– Maintenance – chain lube, tuning gears
– How to fix a flat tyre
Each child must be able to ride a bike at a competent level. Not a learn-to-ride day.
A functioning bmx or mountain bike, helmet, morning tea, lunch and drink bottle
JJ Melbourne Hills Memorial Reserve, Kamber Rd, Terrey Hills, NSW 2084 | View on Google Maps
$65 per child
Based on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, the Garigal Gorillas Community loves riding mountain bikes and sharing that with like-minded riders. The club organises:
- Social rides,
- Groms (kids & youth) rides,
- BBQ’s & ride days
- Weekends Away – riding & often camping
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q : Do I get a discount if I book in more than 1 child
A: The fee is subsidised by Manly Warringah Cycling Club and the cost is the same for multiple attendees.
Q: I’m interested in sending my child, but they don’t ride a bike, can I still send them?
A: All children need a basic level of riding
Q: What kind of activities will my kids learn at the camp?
A: We try to make the camps as enjoyable as possible while also teaching the kid’s cycle skills including cornering, stopping, climbing, descending, jumping, balancing. We will also cover correct Helmet fitting, maintenance and how to fix a flat tyre.
Q: How do you separate the kids?
A: We do our best to make sure the groups are organised to suit the variety of ages and abilities. Our Coaches run successful kids training during summer with the same mix of ages and abilities!
Q: Can I register for both days?
A: The plan is that both days are the same so it is probably not worth your child attending both days.