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Summer Camps 2024

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Cycle the City Day Camps

When & Where:

  • Session 1: June 3rd to June 7th - Bill Schupp Park - Meet at 16th Street and Zinnia corner

  • Session 2: June 10th to June 14th - Fireman's Park - Meet at 1st Street parking lot

Who

Cycle the City

1st Grade to Middle Schoolers who can independently bike 1.5 to 2 miles before a break (No beginner bikers or training wheels)

Time

9am to noon with an 8am drop off add on. 

Cost

$160 for FULL WEEK (9am to noon)

$40 for pay for a day (1 day)

Add on: $40 extra to add on 8am drop off (covers the full week)

When you register a sibling, you receive 15% off tuition.

Cycle the City Camp

Cycle the City Camp is for skilled bikers who can comfortably ride 2 miles on roads and/or trails before a rest stop. CTC Camp starts with a review of biking safety, "rules of the road," and AYF's group-riding rules ("riding as a team"). The daily rides range from 4-12 miles, increasing in both distance and difficulty as the week progresses.

Campers need their own bike (all-terrain, hybrid, or mountain bike), helmet, and water bottle or water-backpack.

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Fit N' Fun Camp

AYF's Fit N' Fun camp helps kids develop running skills and fitness through fun activities, games, and play! The camp's structure is:

Warm-Up Activities

Form-Focus Relays

Fitness FUNdamentals

Snack/Break

Games & Fun-Finish!

Cycle the City Camp

Cycle the City Camp is for skilled bikers who can comfortably ride 2 miles on roads and/or trails before a rest stop. CTC Camp starts with a review of biking safety, "rules of the road," and AYF's group-riding rules ("riding as a team"). The daily rides range from 4-12 miles, increasing in both distance and difficulty as the week progresses.

Campers need their own bike (all-terrain, hybrid, or mountain bike), helmet, and water bottle or water-backpack.

Beginner Biking Camp

AYF’s Beginner Biking Camp is for kids age 4 and up who are just learning to ride (without training wheels), and for kids who already know how to ride but are still learning basic skills - controlled starting, slowing, stopping, turning, maneuvering, and gearing. In addition to learning to ride, kids in Beginner Biking Camp will learn road safety, trail etiquette, and biking laws.

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