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Woodbury, MN Sunday Program
- Registration Status:Program And Waitlist Full
- Program Type:Weekly
- Day(s) of the Week: Sun
- Ages:7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13
- Dates:7/12 | 7/19 | 7/26 | 8/2 | 8/9 | 8/16 | 8/23 | 8/30 | Make-Up Day: 9/13
- Fees:$250 (Early Bird $225 until 3/15)
- Time:5:00 - 7:00 pm
- Location:Carver Lake Park 3175 Century Ave S, Woodbury, MN 55125
- Registration Opens:February 1, 2020 @ 9 am CT
- Registration Closes:June 21, 2020 @ 12 pm CT
This program was originally scheduled for an earlier start date. Due to recent circumstances, we are postponing this program to the dates listed above.
THIS PROGRAM IS FULL AND IS CURRENTLY ON A PARENT INTEREST FORM.
THIS PROGRAM FILLS IN MINUTES, SO WE HAVE CHANGED OUR REGISTRATION PROCESS. Click here to LEARN MORE about our new registration process.
It's never too early to plan for Summer! Flash-forward to when school is out, the weather is getting warmer, and it's time to get out and ride! The Little Bellas Woodbury Program is the perfect way for the kids to burn off all the, all-day classroom, energy in a fun, confidence building way!
The Woodbury Mountain Bike Program meets for eight select Sundays, late spring into summer at Carver Lake Park. The program welcomes girls of all and any abilities to have fun, ride bikes, play games, and learn skills for mountain biking. It's main focus is to have fun! The goal is to create a fun, positive environment for the girls to build confidence and learn new skills. Whether it riding the berms and awesome bridges of the Carver Lake Park trails or trying to find the last open space during musical bikes, the trail riding and games both on and off the bike, allow the girls to practice proper riding technique, eat snacks, and make new friends.
Girls and Mentors (we don't coach, we mentor) ride once a week and work on a mountain bike skills progression through different activities, rides, and adventures. The goal is to get girls outside, out on trails, and out with other girls to reinforce common bonds and build confidence, all while progressively building mountain bike skills. The girls will be given healthy challenges in a friendly, fun environment. This program is for riding and promoting a love for mountain biking and is not focused on competition.
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.
Woodbury, MN Program Lead
The Woodbury program is led by Martha Flynn. Martha resides in St Paul and is a St Paul girl through and through. She lives exactly 1 mile from where she grew up. A fixture in the Minnesota biking community, if you've done a race or event related to mountain biking, you've probably seen her there. She says a belated "Hi!". Besides organizing and helping run the events, she also dabbles in the races, entering both mountain bike races in the summer and fat bike races in the winter (yup, it's Minnesota, lot of winter). She sees them as a way to push herself and her limits, while engaging in a sport she loves. Her involvement helps her share this love with as many people as possible, especially young girls. In addition to being the Woodbury Program lead, she is also the Little Bellas Regional Coordinator for all things Central in the US. She's always ready with encouragement and a "Wooo-hooo" whenever she sees young girls riding their bikes and having fun. This amazing attitude has always allowed her to do what she loves, be it riding, racing, singing, or dancing. As Martha puts it, "Just because you aren't the most skilled at it doesn't mean you can't do what you love!" Martha is joined by a great group of female mentors from the community who bring a variety of skill, personality and super powers!
What's Included:• Little Bellas custom Garneau jersey
• Goodie bag
• Snacks and party
What to Bring:
• 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:1hr to 40 mins- Trail ride in small, age/ability appropriate groups
15 min- Snack (provided)
45min- Games and activities (each day of the program has a different and unique curriculum)