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2024 Dates

Spring 2024 - One 6-week Session starts Friday, April 5.

Registration is Friday, March 8 at 8am.

Registration links will go live below at that time. 


For more information, please email:

- shirts are included. scholarships are available - 

Spring Session

One 6-Week Session. 

Fridays, April 5 - May 10

1st-2nd Grade

Noon - 2pm

- 6 Week Friday Program
2 hrs.

- Hand brakes are strongly recommended
(non-coaster brake)

- T-Shirt included

- $125

3-4th Grade

9:30am - 11:30am

- 6 Week Friday Program
2 Hrs.

- Must have gears & hand brakes

- T-Shirt included

-  $125

5-8th Grade

2:30 - 5pm

- 6 Week Friday Program
2.5 Hrs

- Riders will be split up into multiple groups based on skill level

- T-Shirt included

- $150

Advanced Middle School

We are partnering with the Salida Racing HS Team for middle schoolers to join spring training.

If your advanced 7th or 8th grader is interested, please email us and I'll send details.

Registration Tips

Once you've started the registration process, do not hit back! If there are any errors (wrong size shirt, wrong kid's name, whatever), just finish out the process and email me any corrections.
- The registration software also works best on a computer.
- Waitlist - if the class you want is full, email me. I'll create the waitlist in the order I receive requests.
- Cancelation policy is below.

Program Details


  • 2-Wheel Fridays bicycling and mountain biking programs provide a safe, supportive atmosphere for elementary and middle school children to learn the lifelong joy and skills of bicycling, while having fun outside with friends.
  • Sessions consist of a blend of biking skills, safety, fitness, outdoor exploration, and good, clean fun!
  • Depending on age/ability other topics might include: road/traffic/trail etiquette; team work; bicycle maintenance & repairs; nutrition and hydration; first aid; land and trail stewardship; trail use and access issues.


  • This is not a program for children with training wheels or for completely beginner riders. 
  • The lowest acceptable skill level is that the child must be comfortable and safe riding his/her bike around town with an adult. For 3rd Grade and up, we strongly suggest trail/dirt experience.
  • Bikes need to have hand brakes and gears (exception for 1st graders).
  • Kids will be broken into groups according to skill, experience, motivation, friendships, weather, terrain, and coach/child ratios.


  • Fridays in the Spring and Fall. 


  • Meet behind Absolute Bikes.  Riding locations will vary each week, depending on age and skill level.
    – Riders may be transported or shuttled via shop van during field trip days, alternate meeting locations will be communicated with parents.


  • Coaching at a minimum 5:1 ratio.
  • All coaches are CPR and First Aid certified, Lead Coaches are Level 1 Coaching certified.
  • Licensed and insured transportation between Absolute Bikes and riding areas, as necessary.

Additional details about what to bring and how to be prepared will be emailed after registration is completed.

Cancellation Policy

We try to be flexible because life happens...  Full refunds 7 days before class starts. Within 7 days, refund only if the spot can be filled from the wait list. 

No refunds after the session has started (except for medical reasons with a Dr. note).

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