Provo Bicycle Collective announces Youth Summer Camps

 

Because of the popularity of PBC’s Earn-a-Bike program, they’ve decided to launch a new camp for youth ages 6-18.

 

“Provo Bicycle Collective is excited to announce a summer full of programs designed to help youth learn problem-solving, safe riding, and bicycle mechanic skills!

Bike School is a week-long day camp designed to teach youth safe bike riding and basic bike mechanics through hands-on experience. They experience everything from fixing a flat, to learning how to ride safely to school, to riding their bike on the Bonneville Shoreline mountain bike trail.

Learning Outcomes:
• Fix common mechanical issues, fixing a flat tire, adjusting brakes & gears
• Properly use hand brakes and shifters (for older riders)
• Ride courteously on paved trails
• Ride safely and confidently in the road, including using signals and lights
• Securely lock bicycle
• Ride confidently on beginner mountain bike trails

 

Learn more or register for either program here!”

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Austin Taylor

About Austin Taylor

As BikeWalk Provo's communications director, Austin is in charge of communicating our messages to the public. Austin Taylor was director of Provo Bicycle Collective from 2015-2018 and now works for Provo City as its parking and sustainability coordinator. He came to Provo to attend BYU in 2012 and has stayed ever since.

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