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Event: Take A Kid Mountain Biking | November 4

Take A Kid Mountain Biking | November 4
Nov
04

TAKE A KID MOUNTAIN BIKING

This amazing local events provides a means for kids and their families to enjoy local trails together. This is a great opportunity to pass your passion for pedaling on to kids! SHARE Mountain Bike Club is excited to host this year’s event at Irvine Regional Park.

REGISTRATION – Now Open!

Registration for the event is FREE! It is limited to the first 150 kids, so sign up fast to guarantee your spot. You must register to participate.

Register Here

EVENT DETAILS

SCHEDULE

8:30 am – Event Starts (check-in); meet your group and leaders
9:30 am – Group ride starts (various distances/duration based on age and skill)
11:00am – FREE BBQ lunch (hamburgers and hot dogs – see above for the side you should bring)

WHERE

Irvine Regional Park – Group Area #2

1 Irvine Park Rd, Orange, CA 92869

Map

Parking is $5 for entrance to Irvine Regional Park

POST RIDE POT LUCK

Free BBQ (hamburgers & hot dogs) after the event!

Please bring the following items to share based on your last name: A-G: Drinks; H-M: Fruit; N-S: Chips/Other sides; T-Z: Desserts

WHAT TO EXPECT

Participants will need to bring their own bikes and helmets as well as food and water for the ride. Parents are encouraged to ride with their children. Activities include skills activities, basic bike safety, and trail rides for all ages and all skill levels. Ride will be broken into the following categories according to skill level:

  • Group 1: This will be for our youngest riders who want to ride the course close to the group area.
  • Group 2: Ride around Irvine Regional Park consisting of concrete path to playground. Along with the skills area, this group can ride along the path to the playground.
  • Group 3: Loop over towards Santiago Regional Park on dirt roads and single track trails.  Kids will develop dirt riding skills and develop additional skills by riding over teeter totters and other skill building objects.
  • Group 4: Ride out of Irvine Regional Park and ride the trails within Santiago Regional Park. Traditionally the “Big Kids” ride, this group will head out to sample excellent single track. This group will also have the opportunity to extend dirt riding skills and develop additional skills by riding over teeter totters and other skill building objects.

DONATIONS

All donations made at the event will go to SHARE to be used to maintain local trails, promote responsible and safe use of mountain bikes, and work to assure and improve access to great local trails.

For more info on SHARE and becoming a members please click here