Sewanee, TN Camp
- Dates:Mon - Fri, 6/1 - 6/5
- Fees:$240 (Early Bird $200 until 3/15)
- Time:8:00 am - 12:00 pm
- Location:St. Andrew’s Sewanee Gymnasium Parking Lot 290 Quintard Rd. Sewanee, TN 37375
Summer's coming!! The kid's classic question, What are we doing today? will happen and parents need to be prepared. We have the perfect remedy to quench this curiosity and answer this question. The Little Bellas Half-Day Mountain Bike Camp!
Held at St Andrew's-Sewanee Campus Trail in Sewanee, the TN Half-Day Camp is an all-girls mountain biking camp offering a great progression in mountain biking skills for all abilities. It incorporates both basic mountain bike skills and mechanics, with trail riding and games. We focus on having fun, playing lots of games, and finding adventure on the trails of SAS. Making new friends, learning skills, riding some sweet trails, and laughing our way through the mornings are all top priorities!
Financial assistance is available if needed and we also have equipment available through our Gear Up program! Please communicate any of these needs when filling out the registration form for the program.
- What's Included:Snacks, Little Bellas Tee-Shirt and a goodie bag
- What to Bring:• Bike Helmet
• Mountain Bike- In good working order
• Water carrying device- Either a bottle to fit in a cage on the bike or a hydration pack.
• Closed-toed shoes
• Rain gear or extra layers if necessary
- Schedule:8:00-8:30- Drop Off, Parents pick up welcome bag
When we have enough girls, start playing Hey Now!
8:45- Name game
9:00- Safety Bike check, Helmet check, and Seat Height check
9:15- Shifter Knockout, teach them how to shift on command
9:30- Morning ride as a large group, focus: shifting
10:45- Dab or bike limbo
11:00- Separate into groups for another easy ride!
11:30- Bike cleaning (if time)
11:45-12:00- Parent pick up
Program Lead Contact Information
- Name:Becca Loose
- Email Address:
Becca is an avid outdoor enthusiast. Running, cycling, hiking, you name it, if it's outside, she's already doing it. She's helping everyone else get out and get moving too. Besides taking her two children and dogs on family adventures, Becca started a Little Bellas chapter in Woodstock, GA., moved, headed up one in Chattanooga, and now handed Chattanooga off so she could run the Sewanee camp closer to home. It's why we made her the Regional Coordinator for all things Southeast in the US at Little Bellas, she pretty much started them all! And on top of that, she has even been known to Facetime with clients at 4 AM when she is helping out at Little Bellas camps. It's what we call dedication, and she's channeling it to getting more girls out and on bikes!