Mountain Biking- Summer Skills for School Commuting
Summer is a time for fun, relaxation, and adventure. It can also be a great time for learning! Learning the skills to bike to school often starts in the summer when kids have more time to play and explore on their bikes. A great opportunity is coming up this month for kids to get out into the woods and practice some of those skills. Trips for Kids-CAT has a family mountain bike ride coming up on August 27th. Kids and adults alike can hop on a mountain bike and hit the best beginner trail around – The Salmon Creek Trail. This trip is for beginners and advanced cyclers alike and no experience is required.
“I loved it!”,
– youth, age 12
They provide the transportation, bikes, helmets, and knowledgeable guides. Space is limited and registration is required by August 20th, so register now at http://www.eugene-or.gov/recenroll (541-682-5329 for assistance).
For more information, check out the TFK-CAT website, or call 541-682-6321. You can also see photos from previous trips at the “Gallery” on their website.
Trips for Kids-CAT & City of Eugene Outdoor Program
Family Bike Trip Around the Mountain
August 27, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM, meet at the River House (301 N. Adams St, Eugene)
“It was super awesome!”
– youth, age 11