Take a Kid MTB Day
Take a Kid Mountain Bike Day: Saturday, October 28, 2017
Register Here: Eventbrite Link to Take a Kid Mountain Bike Day
Join rvaMORE for its annual Take A Kid Mountain Biking Day on October 28th, this IMBA developed event encourages communities around the world to join together and ride mountain bikes with youth. The event is open to children of all ages and riding abilities.
Come explore the river trails system and the Belle Isle Skills park. rvaMore is teaming up with local bike teams for this family-friendly event.
A great day is planned for kids of all ages and abilities to join, learn, participate, and most of all have fun!
- Bike skills
- Ride the Pump Track and learn all about flow
- Group rides
- Games and prizes
- And much more!
What to bring:
Come dressed for the weather, layers are best if the temperatures are on the cooler side. Comfortable shoes and clothing is encouraged. No open toed shoes. Be sure that your bike has knobby tires to handle the dirt. Helmets are required.
For kids’ rides, parents will need to accompany their kids to the trail head and sign a waiver, but do not need to ride the trail.
How to participate:
The event is free and open to all riders of all ages.
Registration in advanced is required, limited spots available.
Date and Location:
Richmond’s Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day (TKMBD).
The event will be held Saturday, October 28th from 9:00AM-12:00PM at the Belle Isle Skills Area located at 1 Belle Isle, Richmond, VA, 23225.
About the hosts:
This event is organized by rvaMORE our mission is to enhance trail experiences through people, tools and advocacy.
About the volunteers:
River City Women’s Racing (RCWR) is dedicated to promoting the health and fitness of women through competitive cycling and camaraderie.
RVA Racing is a mountain bike racing club founded on the principles of inclusion, biking advocacy, racer development, and competitive comradery.
A special thanks the folks at the James River Park System, without their support events like this would not be possible. The Belle Isles Skill park is part of Richmond’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities.