Program’s focus is to introduce kids aged 10 to 16 to fun and safe mountain biking Stock image Registration opens tonight for the Sault Cycling Club’s non-competitive mountain biking program for kids aged 10-16, a news release issued by The Sault Cycling Club stated. The program is called Kids Shredding Singletrack (KSS) and will run on Monday evenings from May 9 until June 20.
Registration can be found online .
Full text of the release follows:
The Sault Cycling Club’s Kids Shredding Singletrack (KSS) registration opens tonight at 6:00 pm on our club website .
The program’s focus is to introduce kids aged 10 to 16 to fun and safe mountain biking. The environment is non-competitive and kids are not pressured to try any skill outside their comfort zone.
Sessions will run Monday evenings starting at 6:30pm from May 9, 2022 and ending June 20, 2022 (excluding Victoria Day). The first night will be at Hiawatha Highlands, 780 Landslide Rd.
Rides will be approximately 90 minutes, depending on conditions (muddy trails make you ride slower, clouds of mosquitoes make you ride faster!) and skill level of participants. Participants will be grouped according to skill level. Each night will starts with a brief discussion and demonstration of a skill or technique, then the group will ride the Hiawatha single track trails and other areas of the city (e.g., pump track), stopping at features where they can practice and develop the featured skill. The focus will be on fun, […]