The Monterey Off Road Cycling Association (MORCA) a chapter of the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) is hosting Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day.
When: Saturday October 7th, 2017, 10 am to 3 pm
Where: Ft Ord—Day Camp Cycling Area near Intergarrison Rd and Reservation Rd
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Cost: The event is free.
What to expect:
On site registration will start at 10am and continue throughout the event.
NOTE!!!: Parents/guardians please register for the event so we know how many to expect. Registration link will be provided here. In the meantime you can email firstname.lastname@example.org for information or to express your interest in the event.
By pre-registering you are automatically entered in a drawing and you will help ensure we have planned for enough food for all the kids.
All participants must sign a waiver and helmets are required (NO EXCEPTIONS!!!).
Note: Parents/Guardians are expected to stay and may be asked to help in the skills area!!!
Activities include basic bike safety, a skills course, trail rides for all ages, prizes and a barbeque.
10 am – Event Starts (skills area open)
11 am – Group ride and Skills Clinic starts
Noon – Lunch (skills area closed)
1 pm – Second Group ride and Skills Clinic starts (skills area re-opened)
2 pm – Raffle
3 pm – Event ends (skills area closed)
This local event is part of a nationwide celebration known as Take-A-Kid-Mountain-Biking Day, supported by IMBA. The event purpose is to provide a means for kids and their families to enjoy local trails together. The Monterey County Parks Department will allow bikes on certain Toro Park trails that are usually closed so beginners can enjoy a safe ride. Local bike shops especially BobCat Bicycles have donated products along with contributions from FOX, Cypress Coast Subaru, Carmel Kitchens & Bath, Cleary Bikes and others.
Participants will need to bring their own bikes and helmets (MORCA has a few extra kids helmets to loan and some demo bikes will be available on a first come first served basis). Bike gloves are recommended, but not required. Parents are encouraged to ride with their children.
This is a great opportunity to pass your passion for pedaling on to kids.
If you have questions or want more information please email: email@example.com
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If you are interested in volunteering to help make this a successful event follow this “SignUp” link to see a list of volunteer opportunities and to sign up.