Summer Intermediate Mountain Bike Camp


Ages: 7 to 13

Skill Level:

Camp Weeks:

  • July 8 - 12
  • July 22 - 26   (5 day week Cost $425..00)
  • Aug 6 - 9      (4 day week Cost: $340.00) 
  • Aug 12 - 16
  • Aug 19 - 23

Camp time:
9:00 am to 3:30 pm


Before signing up, please ensure your child has stamina to ride over 10 kms in a day, can ride on rocky terrain and is able to push their bike on their own over sections they cannot ride. It is recommended (but not a pre-requisite) that participants should have a lightweight, quality bike from a bike store that specifically sells quality bikes. 

Rad Camp is about building confidence on a bike — and having a ton of fun! Based out of Rad Adventures’ Petun location right beside 3 Stage, this camp teaches intermediate mountain bike skills and is a ton of fun! Participants will spend the week exploring 3 Stage mountain bike area and building skills with a group that moves within the intermediate skill levels. Expect your child to learn to navigate the complex trail system at 3 Stage, while building their riding skills and learning forest and outdoor values and skills.

Our focus is on building mountain bike skills, safety, and knowledge. All camps combine a mix of activities that support overall health, wellness, and fitness, and field games among others.

Each day our coaches teach our participants new skills on their bikes!  

Expect your child to learn:

  • Proper riding techniques, from brake usage, to cornering to where to look while riding, to tackling advanced terrain.
  • Trail etiquette.
  • Basic mechanic skills—from how to put a chain back on, to how to fix a flat tire, use tools and adjust components.
  • Use of equipment, nature and forest values, and that mountain biking is a sport that will keep them healthy, happy and strong their entire lives.

Participants will also practice their skills (and try out rad jumps) on our Radtrax ramps! Your child will learn the thrill and joy of mountain biking—in a supportive and safe environment.

Georgian Triangle Angler's Association Hatchery
Petun Conservation Area (lower parking lot)

675485 2nd Line, Town of the Blue Mountains (map​)
GPS: X-555074, Y-4921761

8 Minutes from Collingwood. From Collingwood, travel west on Sixth Street to Osler Bluffs Road/County Road 34. Turn left and travel south to Grey Road 19. Turn right and follow Grey Road 19 to the 2nd Line. Turn left and follow the 2nd Line for approximately 0.5 km, at the base of the hill of the escarpment. The parking lot is on the left.

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