urban cycling CAMP
see available sessions below
session 1 (ages 8-12) June 27th - July 1st
session 2 (ages 13-17) July 5th - 8th
session 3 (ages 8-12) July 18th - 22nd
session 4 (ages 13-17) august 1ST - 5TH
SESSION 5 (AGES 8-12) AUGUST 15TH - 19TH
This year for our urban cycling camps, we will be offering 5 different sessions of camp. Each session is a 1-week program that teaches bicycle handling skills and urban riding skills, in addition to exploring the city via bicycle. Students will get the opportunity to ride as a group to local parks and other recreational destinations. Students can bring their own bikes, we will also have a limited selection of bikes available for use during the program. Camp runs from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm Mon-Fri. If you're student receives free lunch at school, you may be eligible to receive a full scholarship for the camp.
The Urban Cycling Camp will be held at 2nd Cycle Community Bike shop at 1205 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Tacoma, WA 98405. For families who may have limited access to a personal vehicle or prefer getting around by bus:
Bus route 41 that picks up in front of Lister stops within one block of 2nd Cycle’s shop
Bus route 28 picks up from Bryant Montessori School
Bus route 53 picks up near McCarver Elementary School
Multiple routes available if traveling from Fawcett Elementary school
Multiple routes available if traveling from Crecent Elementary school
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Here is how we are practicing safety during COVID-19:
All 2nd Cycle staff are fully vaccinated.
All staff / students staff are required to complete a symptoms checklist and temperature check upon arrival This information will be kept on record in case symptoms emerge within our group
All meals/snacks will be prepackaged.
Touch surfaces within the programming space will be disinfected daily prior to and upon completion of each programming day.
We will convene outside when possible, to allow for social distancing and to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
All students will be provided with face masks and hand sanitizer.
Personal items that pose a risk of contamination/spread will be stored in plastic packaging when not in use.