Trek Dirt Series Biking Camps


The Trek Dirt Series is a mountain biking camp held all over America and some parts of Canada. Sadly, the camps have rules say that you have to be 18 or older to go. Anyway, the camp is still a lot of fun and allows GIRLS from all skill levels. It lets women from anywhere and any skill learn how to mountain bike in a short week. In 11 years that we’ve had the camp we have helped  over 7500 participants. Cross-country and downhill, beginner through advanced. Their 2012 schedule includes sixteen women’s only camps and two co-ed weekends. 

The Dirt Series began in 2000 in British Columbia, Canada. The camp was made to bring women together and to love the sport of mountain biking. There are lots of coaches here are their names: Slyvie Allen, Tanya Allen, Tracey Billett, Cassandra Boon, Casey Brown, Penny Cameron, Suzie Clarke, Lesley Clements, Chrissy de Vall,m Penny Deck, Amy Esnard, Lu Fuber, Julie Gamache, Leanne Hildebrand, Angela Houghton, Emily Johnson, Jill Kintner, Lisa Lefroy, Sarah Leishman, Janet Liu, Tera Meade, Connie Misket, Anita Naidu, Sandy Ostler, and more!

Here is a picture of the camp in Park City, Utah.

I think the Trek Dirt Series is a great way to learn or continue to learn how to mountain bike. Whether you want to learn how to go over a ramp or drop four feet off of a jump this camp is the way to go! The camp even has special-ed camps that happen at the way end of the summer. I would recommend going to there website of of the first link and just check it out!

http://www.dirtseries.com/index.php

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    beab3 said,

    Wow, that’s so cool! I’ve never heard of that! I think it’s cool that women can branch out and learn or improve on biking. It’s amazing how many girls have done this. I thought it was interesting that they do co-ed camps also. Awesome post!


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