Learn to Bike Camp Cupertino - Pre-K to 1st Grade - Day Camp

Aspiring cyclists age three and a half to six learn the joys of self-sufficient cycling in our half-day Learn to Bike day camp. Nurtured by skilled, patient instructors in a supportive on-site environment, our pint-sized pedalers enjoy camper-to-staff ratios of 5:1 for lots of individual attention and personalized coaching.

We meet kids wherever they are at in their skill level, working through a thoughtful progression from scooting to coasting to pedaling as they get comfortable on two wheels. Taught by our experienced instructors, this time tested method provides campers with the perfect opportunity for skill and confidence building.

Learn to Bike is intended for first-time riders or kids using training wheels or balance bikes, not those who can already ride. We strongly encourage campers to use their own bikes, but they may also borrow from our fleet.

Please only register for the AM session OR PM session, this is a half-day program and is not designed to be a back-to-back pair of camp sessions.


Camp Length One Week
AM Session
One Week
PM Session
Price $401 $324
Total Camp Hours 13.75 13.75

None available for this program  

Camp Details


Ages: 3 1/2 - 6
Must be toilet trained by the start of camp.


1-Week Session
AM session: 9am - 11:45am
PM Session: 12:15pm - 3pm



Our carefully crafted program leads kids through a progression of skills—walking their bikes, scooting downhill, coasting with their feet up, touching the pedals and finally pedaling—building the know-how they need to bike confidently on their own.

Why Sign Up For Multiple Sessions?

Based on our experience (and a bunch of brain science), we know that multiple sessions of Avid camp will benefit your child – it will result in greater skill development, increased self-confidence, higher levels of risk assessment/environmental awareness, and an improved ability to connect socially with others and make new friends.


While no outdoor adventure is totally risk-free, we work hard to keep your kids safe. Every activity starts with a discussion about the risks involved -- what they are, how to prevent them, how to respond if something goes wrong -- so kids learn how to approach challenges with intelligence and skill.