3 week Intermediate/Advanced Bike Camp June 14-July1 2021
Adventure Monkey 3 Week Bike Camp
June 14-July 1
Intermediate to Advanced riders only
Comfortable being outdoors all day.
Personalized Skill and Fitness based instruction
3 student minimum-4 student max
Quincy and Greaegle, dozens of singletrack trails
Video critique and study session
Adventure Monkey Shwag
Yoga, Bike Shop class, Wilderness Emergency Training, an hour with Bob Ross by the river,
Map Orientation, A gardening day with The Lost Sierra Food Project, Trail work with the Sierra Butte Trail Stewardship, DANCE, DANCE, DANCE
$1800 per student
Intermediate = Rider is competent enough to understand their limitations. Understands that not riding obstacles is just as important as riding them. Has ridden 7-10 miles with 1500ft of elevation change on dirt in 3 hours. Comfortable riding over obstacles up to 8 inches high. Comfortable being outdoors all day.
Advanced = Rider is competent enough to understand their limitations. Understands that not riding obstacles is just as important as riding them. Has ridden 15-20 miles with 2500ft of elevation change on dirt in 5 hours. Comfortable riding over obstacles up to 16 inches high. Comfortable being outdoors all day.
After your complete your purchase, you will receive and automated email confirming your order.
You will then receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org with further instructions and documentation about camp instructions. If you do not receive an additional email within 24 hours, please call 530-316-4032.
IF THE MINIMUM OF 3 RIDERS IS NOT FILLED, YOUR MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED.
-RIDERS MUST COME WITH.....
*a working MOUNTAIN BIKE
*HELMET, GLOVES, SAFETY GLASSES, BACKPACK, WATER, SNACKS
*Clothing for potentially wet weather
*A Mask, pair of Latex gloves, Hand Sanitizer for Covid 19 mitigation
*All riders must be in good health and have not been exposed to Covid 19
*Group Pace will be dependent of least experienced rider
*Please arrive 10 minutes prior to coaching for registration
Coach Matt Meyerl came to Plumas county to work on helicopter 512 for the Forest Service in 2014. In 2019, after a decade of working as a federal firefighter for the USFS, he left his career to pursue his passion of mountain bikes and teaching. His experience as a seasoned downhill mountain biker along with his years of being a professional first responder have elevated the Adventure Monkeys services to offer safe, world class instruction in one of the worlds premiere mountain bike destinations. Along with his fire credentials, Matt has certifications with the National Interscholastic Cycling Association so he can volunteer his time to coach Plumas counties Lost Sierra Mountain Bike Team. He also has certifications with National Outdoor Leadership School as a Wilderness First Responder and is First Aid/CPR and Epinephrine Auto-Injector certified. Along with his passion and professionalism as a cyclist, Matt also has a love of snow sports and has experience with Vail Resorts as a ski school instructor and has worked as a skating instructor teaching hockey to east coast youth.
Betterment, passion and fun is what we are striving for. It has been a hard year on families and kids everywhere and a couple hours with the Adventure Monkeys will make it a little easier for all of us!
-The Adventure Monkeys
530 316 4032
All Adventure Monkey activities are in partnership with the Plumas National Forest.