Enduro Bike Camp #5 - August 23-27 (Full Day)
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Nitehawk ENDURO Bike Camp #5 (Full Day), happening August 23-27, is great for riders from beginner to advanced level. Ages 8-16
Full Day Camp: 9AM to 4PM
Location: Nitehawk Bike Park, South of Grande Prairie.
Our camps are safety oriented, while campers are always encouraged to push themselves, the instructors ensure they are kept within their skill level. Levels are a general guideline, instructors will ensure each group is working at the level they need to work in order to progress and have fun!
Students are required to bring their own Snacks, Lunch (Full day Programs only) and Water for each day of the program.
Bike Rentals are available (limited inventory).
**A minimum of 6 participants, per week, are required for camps to run. If this minimum can’t be met, then refunds or program transfers will be done.
Level 1(Green) – New campers and campers who have been to camp but enjoy the level of riding they were at and would like to practice more! Lots of focus on basic – level pedals, braking, vision, steering, balance, timing and coordination. Trails selected will be shorter in nature and lower intensity. For Example Inner Wax Wing.
Level 2 (Blue) – Return campers who are ready to start pushing themselves a bit more, moving to harder blue trails and more advanced skills – cornering, increased speed timing and coordination, basic dropping and jumping skills, more advanced balance using features. The trails will be more intense in nature and take more exertion. For Example: Outer Wax Wing.
Level 3 (Black) – Have been to camp multiple times, mastered all the green and blue trails and are ready for more. Start working on more advanced skills that will allow safe, controlled riding of black trails, safely hitting jumps, and high drops. Level 3 riders must all ready have very good bike control and be very confident riders. *Please note that is the instructor does not feel it is safe for a rider to be in level 3 we will ask them to move into the level 2 group. this is to keep everyone safe and ensure everyone is getting the most out of their camp experience. The trails selected will be the more difficult, lengths will be longer and will involve uphill riding.