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Event: Take A Kid Mountain Biking at O’Neill Regional Park | Mar 3

Take A Kid Mountain Biking at O’Neill Regional Park | Mar 3
Mar
03

THE EVENT – Saturday, March 3, 2018

OC Parks and SHARE Mountain Bike Club invite children and families to enjoy a day of mountain biking at O’Neill Regional Park. With miles of mountain biking trails available at the park, children are encouraged to practice new skills while learning important mountain bike safety at Take a Kid Mountain Biking.

Bring your own bike, a helmet and choose your own ride – beginner, intermediate or big kids. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times, including on the rides. There will be skill stations set up, bike and helmet safety checks and trail advice provided.

Event activities and bike park features brought to you by Stampede Bikes and Non Dot Adventures. OC Trails will share exciting plans and updates on the new Craig Regional Park Bike Facility.

Registration for the event is FREE! It is limited to the first 125 kids, so sign up fast to guarantee your spot. You must register online to participate. Each child must be with an adult chaperone and both must be pre-registered. Registration closes at 4 p.m. on the day prior to the event. No walk-up registrations will be permitted for this event.

Event and parking are free.

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN –
https://letsgooutside.org/activities/2018/03/03/take-a-kid-mountain-biking/

For additional information, email oneillpark@ocparks.com or call (949) 923-2260.

Download the event flyer (pdf format)

• We’re still looking for volunteers to help with the event, if you’re interested in helping out – please RSVP to Martha at marthaw4@yahoo.com, thanks!

These volunteer roles consist of the following:
 
–  Being a ride leader for different level of rides on pre-selected trails (beginning, intermediate, and “big kids”) — 9 to 12 volunteers
–  Helping with the skills clinic (there will be different skills being taught including those using various apparatus such as teeter totters, etc.) — 2 to 3 volunteers
–  Checking helmets for safety — 2 volunteers
–  Assisting in the bike mechanics area to check bikes for safety and addressing any minor bike related issues — 2 volunteers
–  Helping at the check-in table (all participants should be pre-registered for the event) — 2 volunteers
–  Assisting with the scavenger hunt being held for the children — 2 volunteers