Next year's schedule coming January 2011

2014 Sponsors and Partners

Not a day goes by that we don't appreciate the people and businesses that help make the Dirt Series such a success.

The 2014 season welcomes Trek to its fifth year of title sponsorship, and an impressive list of additional companies continuing their longstanding sponsorship roles.

Those we choose to work with are at the top of their fields, and we're involved with them because they make products we truly admire. Please click on the links below to check out their sites. And then come see us, and them, at camp.

  • Trek: Many would say that we've hit the jackpot with Trek. Not only do they have the most impressive line up of bikes, but they care so much about developing the sport, it's incredible. You'll get to test the Lush, Remedy, and Slash at all the camps, and the Session at some camp locations too.
  • Fox: This company puts huge smiles on every one of our coaches faces, and spreads the benefits of award winning suspension through our Trek demo fleet as well. Check out the 32, 34, 36 and 40 mm front forks, industry-defining rear shocks, and new DOSS adjustable seat post as well.
  • Bell: The staff members at Bell are some of the best industry supporters our camps have ever had. Look for custom Stoker helmets on the coaches this summer, and try your own Bell Stoker, Sequence, Transfer 9 and Full 9 through our demo program too.
  • Dakine: Dakine’s mountain bike line gets more impressive every year. We use their hydration packs on our rides, their luggage to get from camp to camp, and a host of their other products in between. You can find custom Dirt Series hydration packs and duffle bags in our online store as well.
  • Sugoi: Sugoi is returning for their thirteenth season with us, and this time with a focus on their incredible custom sublimation program. Check out our new jersey designs in our online store, add one to your camp registration package, or admire them on the coaches at camp.
  • Luna Bar: Luna Bar, the makers of the original women's energy bar, continues to fuel the Dirt Series in 2014. Not only do they make a delicious product, but they also commit significant resources to supporting our favorite sport, from the grassroots community right through to the international pros.
  • Race Face: Race Face’s effort in the development of women’s specific armor is nothing short of fantastic. In fact, their women’s Kyber knee garnered such rave reviews that they followed up with a version for the guys as well. Get ready to demo their 2014 product at the camps this summer.
  • Kicking Horse Coffee: We hooked up with BC's Kicking Horse Coffee when Elana, company founder and president, showed up at one of our camps. Since then thousands of mountain bikers have turned to her potions, and distribution has reached right into the States. Best of all, we’ll likely have it brewing for you when you get to camp.
  • Maxxis: We figured that if Maxxis tires were good enough for Olympic and World Champions in every mountain bike discipline, then they should be our choice, too. The Maxxis line up includes everything from the lightest XC model to the beefiest freeride and DH options. Yet another reason why the Dirt Series coaches smile so much as they ride.
  • Crankbrothers: We were first blown away by how beautiful the crankbrothers pedals looked, but after getting them under our feet, we were fully sold on their performance as well. Our demo program will include their 5050 flats, and a few selected Mallets and Candy clipless pedals too.
  • Five Ten: Great pedals require great shoes, and here Five Ten clearly takes the top spot. Coaches have been buying these shoes in the stores for years, and hundreds of participants were turned on to them in the last two years. We’ll have their Freerider VXi shoes available to demo at camp this year.
  • Jones Lang LaSalle: Jones Lang LaSalle, a commercial real estate firm, has made a multi-year commitment to our scholarship program. Thanks to their generosity, we're able to offer over a dozen scholarship positions in our 2014 camps, nearly twice as many as before they got involved.
  • Kiju: If you're looking for juice that is certified organic, delicious, healthy, and without added sugar, Kiju is it. A Canadian brand that now distributes in the US as well, you’ll find their juices included in all camp lunches. Delicious.
  • Whistler Bike Park: Anyone who has stood still long enough to listen knows how much we love the fact that the best bike park in the world is right in our backyard. This will be our seventh year as one of their official instructional programs. Come visit.


The camp was everything it portrayed itself to be - plus more. I learned awesome skills, met amazing women, and feel so much more connected to, and aware of, the female riding community.

Adrienne Schofhauser
Freelance writer and two-time camp participant
Luna Bar
Race Face
Kicking Horse Coffee
Five Ten
Jones Lang LaSalle
Whistler Bike Park