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AUTUMN 2017 ONE-DAY CAMPS

Please note the location of these camps is not always at our Richmond Clubhouse facility. See details below.

ANGEL ISLAND

Monday 9 October – Columbus Day

Angel Island is one of our favorite destinations on the Bay, offering fabulous bike riding, just enough challenge, and lots of fun places to explore and learn. This camp includes a ride through Fisherman’s Wharf to catch the ferry, a full circuit ride of Angel Island, lunch at our favorite island beach, and stops at the Immigration Station, Quarry Beach, Camp Reynolds, and Ayala Cove. Depending on enrollment, a more advanced group of riders may tackle the fire road that circles the upper elevations of the island.

  • Where: Drop off and pick up at the SF Maritime Museum (where Polk intersects Beach; map). Parking can be a challenge in the afternoon so please give yourself extra time.
  • Who: This camp is for Advanced Beginner or above – no training wheels, please. Ages 6 – 12.
  • Hours: 8:30 – 5:30. NOTE: departure from meeting location at 9:00 sharp!
  • Cost: $100 plus $15 transportation fee. Sibling discount available at registration.
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  • Rain: In case of forecast rain we’ll proceed with the camp but may do so on foot. An alternate drop off and pick up location may be determined for easier access to the ferry or for alternate destinations.

TIBURON

Monday 30 October

Our day starts with an easy ride over Fort Mason and through Fisherman’s Wharf to Pier 41, from which we’ll board the Tiburon-bound ferry. Once in Tiburon, we’ll ride through town as it begins to wake up for the day and make our way to the Bay Trail along Richardson Bay. We’ll go as far as the Richardson Bay Audubon Center for some beach exploration, and probably stop at playgrounds along the Bay or in Belvedere. On the way back we’ll wander through the back streets of Tiburon before catching the ferry back to Pier 41. Once back in San Francisco we’ll return to Moscone Playground for pick-up.

  • Where: Drop off and pick up at Chestnut and Webster (near the Marina branch library; map). Parking can be a challenge in the neighborhood so please give yourself extra time.
  • Who: This camp is for Advanced Beginner or above – no training wheels, please. Ages 6 – 10.
  • Hours: 8:30 – 5:30. NOTE: departure from meeting location at 9:00 sharp!
  • Cost: $100 plus $15 transportation fee. Sibling discount available at registration.
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  • Rain: In case of forecast rain we’ll proceed with the camp but may do so on foot. An alternate drop off and pick up location may be determined for easier access to the ferry or for alternate destinations.

GOLDEN GATE PARK – VETERANS DAY

Friday 10 November

We begin this day with a BikeCircus at our clubhouse to show off our riding skills. Then, we’ll ride through the Richmond into Golden Gate Park to visit many of our favorite destinations from last summer. Time permitting we’ll ride the dirt trails of the south and west ends of the park, play bocce ball near the bison paddock, time-trial at the Polo track, bike-dawdle through the Music Concourse, and take a break at Children’s Playground. Rides and destinations may vary depending on the number and skill level of the day’s participants.

  • Where: Drop off and pick up at Richmond Playground Clubhouse.
  • Who: This camp is for Advanced Beginner or above – no training wheels, please. Ages 6 – 12.
  • Hours: 9:00 – 4:00. Free Extended Camp available from 8:30 – 9:00 and 4:00 – 5:30.
  • Cost: $100. Sibling discount available at registration.
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  • Rain: In case of forecast rain we’ll proceed with the camp but may do so on foot. An alternate drop off and pick up location may be determined for easier access to the ferry or for alternate destinations.

PLEASE NOTE: These are bicycling- and event-oriented adventures for kids six years old and above who are advanced beginners and above (please see our Rider Skills Categories for details). Some one-day camps will feature challenging riding and may not be appropriate for very young riders, newer riders or single speed bikes. Most one-day camps consist of a single group of riders of different skill levels; unless the program includes an Advanced Rider option it should be anticipated that more advanced riders will be riding at the same pace and on the same routes as less experienced riders. Drop-off and pick-up locations vary. One-day camps may not use a clubhouse facility; bikes and other belongings must be taken home daily. Details available in one-day camp descriptions above.

REGISTRATION

Registration closes five days in advance of the event date.

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