We know Squamish riders start young! We’ve got lots of fun activities for the whole family to enjoy.
New for 2019 – Family fun for everyone!
From small wheels to big wheels, we’ve got even our youngest riders top of mind. Youth social rides are a great way to get the whole family involved and provide Squamish’s youth with an opportunity to grow their love of biking in a fun and inclusive atmosphere.
Like our adult socials, you’ll get the same the fun factor, but geared towards the younger crowd.
From mellow rides to, chill rides and all the way up to thrill rides, we put together group rides for a variety of different experience levels and developmental stages.
As our season progresses, we’ll work towards providing youth-specific guided rides by trusted community coaches and ride leaders.
Check out our events calendar for the latest Social dates and details.
We often need adult volunteers and coaches to help run these events, from ride leaders to sweeps to serving snacks. Reach out if you’re able to help out.
It’s the races you know and love, but for the younger crowd and with a few new additions for 2019!
Throughout the spring and summer, we host Toonie races on kid friendly trails.
Each race is about 45 minutes long, with occasionally challenging elements thrown in for fun. These events are organized by volunteers and sponsored by local businesses, so you can expect good food and fun after the race too. Family members are of course encouraged to join. Check out our events calendar for the latest Toonie dates and details.
We often need adult volunteers to help run these events, from marshalling to serving snacks. Reach out if you’re able to help out.
Squamish Bike Camps
We are stoked to work with the District of Squamish Recreation Services on the Squamish Bike Camps, a community driven initiative that aims to get kids outside riding their bikes.
Through quality coaching and instruction, with a focus on safety and fun, riders will develop their skills, confidence, and love of the sport. Basic mountain biking skills are required as this camp takes riding ‘off-road’ and onto the trails where we’ll find rocks, roots, loose gravel and dirt, and other obstacles.
To learn more about the program and to register, visit the District of Squamish Recreation Services website www.squamish.ca/bikecamps