Saturday-Sunday, June 12-13, 2010
Boulder is a new location for us, and actually the furthest east we've planned to travel for a camp to date. That said, we've been told we should head over for a long time now, and we're super excited that it's happening this year.
The International Mountain Bicycling Association makes it's home in Boulder, and Tammy Donahugh, IMBA Operations Manager and world-class slopestyle rider, is not only planning to be involved in coaching the camp, but is also helping us work out the best trail areas to use.
Right now we're considering Lyons Park, Heil Park, and Hall Ranch, all just twenty minutes outside of Boulder. Our goal is to find terrain that will suit beginner, intermediate and advanced cross-country riders, as well as options for participants interested in learning fundamental freeride techniques too.
We'll update this section as we gather more information. In the meantime, plan for a signature Dirt Series weekend, complete with tailored skill sessions both mornings, instructional rides both afternoons, and demo equipment, maintenance clinics, and treats from our sponsors throughout.
Camp Host: Trek Store of Boulder
June 12-13 women's only camp: Photos Posted
Best Western Boulder Inn
The greatest thing about this hotel is that it is located less than 5 minutes from our host bike shop Trek Store of Boulder. They offer a complimentary breakfast to set you up for a great day of riding. Afterwards you can relax in their hot tub and steam room. The hotel is a keen supporter of bike riding and is excited to welcome the Trek Dirt Series participants for their stay in Boulder. Please call 800-233-8469 and quote 'TREK DIRT SERIES' to receive their offer of $104 per room.
The closest camping is at Reverends Ridge Campground. It is 30 miles away from our host shop Trek Store of Boulder. Full Service sites are $20/night, tent sites are $16/night. Call 303-642-3856 for more info and to make a reservation.