Fall 2017 program registration opens August 9th at 8am!
Please contact RMCC Program Manager with questions.
Please register early to avoid disappointment. More groups may open dependent on coach availability and demand.
Let’s Ride Some More! Fall Revolution is Back.
Extend the riding season with a few more fun-filled sessions with RMCC this fall! The fall program is intended as a continuation for riders that participated in the Spring Revolution or Summer MTB Camps, but riders new to RMCC are invited to join us too.
The Youth Revolution program offers a developmentally-appropriate youth mountain biking experience where having fun is always on the top of our agenda. Kids will acquire, refine and master the fundamentals of mountain biking in a social and energized environment while exploring some of our awesome local trails with their peers and our great coaches.
- Fall Revolution Program (U7, U9, U11, U13)
Join Coach Jenny and Coach John for some more fun rides with the RMCC gang this fall! See age group descriptions below.
- U7 & U9 Banff (born 2009-2012): Tuesdays 5:30-7:00pm Sept 5, 12, 19, 26 – $65*
- U7 & U9 Canmore (born 2009-2012): Saturdays 10am-12pm Sept 16 & 23 & 30 – $65*
- U11 & U13 Canmore (born 2005-2008): Saturdays 1-4pm Sept 16 & 23 & 30 – $90*
- Kids Intro Jump Camp (U9, U11/U13) – Canmore: September 17
Looking to have some fun getting the wheels off the ground? This camp will introduce riders to wheel lifts and jumping skills in a safe and progressive intro-level session. The camp will take place at Canmore Nordic Centre using the bike park and Soft Yogurt. This session is for riders who are confident with their mountain biking skills and should be confident riding blue/intermediate trails like Soft Yogurt or EKG at the Nordic Centre for example.
- U9 (born 2009-2010): 10:00-12:00 – $45* – SOLD OUT
- U11/U13 (born 2005-2008): 1:00-4:00 – $55* – SOLD OUT
- Girls Enduro Camp (born 2008 or older) – Canmore: September 22-24
Interested in riding with some great girls and improving your descending skills in a setting where the focus is on fun? This weekend will include team building social activities, yoga, mountain bike skill sessions, trail rides at Canmore Nordic Centre with our awesome coaches, and a short and fun enduro race (just the downhill parts are timed!) to put your new skills into action. More details and pricing TBA, please check back for details.
*Plus RMCC membership/insurance for riders who have not already participated in a program this year.
One parent volunteer is required to assist the coach and group at each session. This will ensure that each group has two adults (including the coach) at every session. Please indicate on the registration form if you would be able to help – must be at or above riding level of the group. Parent helpers must be RMCC members – a complimentary one day membership/waiver is offered.
We require each participant to have a cycling-specific helmet with CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) approval, and a mountain bike of suitable size that is in good working condition. Some sessions may need to be re-scheduled or cancelled due to weather.
Groups will have a maximum of 8 kids, and should minimum numbers not be reached, the group may not be offered.
Bike Tykes U7 (born 2011/12)
*must be 5 years old by first day of program. Bike Tykes require a bike with hand brakes (not coaster/pedal brakes).
Built around our youngest riders, Bike Tykes introduces the basic skills of mountain biking with minimal instruction. The focus is on letting them develop and discover through fun and games. Some of the skills covered in this program include neutral position, mounting/dismounting, braking, shifting, climbing, descending, falling, trail etiquette and road safety rules.
Gear Groms U9 (born 2009/10)
Watch their confidence soar, as we work towards refining the basic proficiencies of mountain biking and begin to introduce a few advanced skills. Participants will cover neutral position, mounting/dismounting, braking, shifting, climbing, descending, falling, choosing a line, carrying a bike, weight distribution, cornering, obstacles and trail etiquette.
Pedal Punks U11 (born 2007/08)
These “punks” will be thrilled as they begin to master the basic skills while continuing to develop their technical abilities. Some of the skills covered in this program include neutral position, mounting/dismounting, braking, shifting, climbing, descending, falling, choosing a line, carrying a bike, weight distribution, cornering and ratcheting, obstacles, straight line riding, front wheel lifts and roll downs.
Chain Gang U13 (born 2005/06)
Quickly covering the basics of mountain biking, the Chain Gang will spend the majority of its time refining trail technique and aptitude. Some of the skills covered in this program include neutral position, mounting/dismounting, braking, shifting, climbing, descending, falling, choosing a line, carrying a bike, weight distribution, cornering and ratcheting, obstacles, straight line riding, front and rear wheel lifts, roll downs, manuals and wheelie drops.
For skilled riders born 1999-2006, check out our RMCC All Mountain Program!