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There's Still Time to Register for the SMA Teen Camp Ride at Dirtfest!

Posted by Jud Millar on Thu, May 19, 2016

There is still time to register for the Dirtfest Kids and Teen ride Hosted by SMA Teen Camp Sunday morning of Dirtfest! SMA Teen Summer Camp along with Dirtrag and the awesome folks at Rothrock Outfitters continue to work to make Dirtfest a kid and teen friendly event.  


At SMA wee are thrilled to be able to share the magic of mountain biking AND the incredible Allegrippis trails with the kids and teens who attend Dirtfest. Stone Mountain Adventures is a co-ed, overnight teen summer camp located in central PA offering Adventure Activities (Including Mountain Biking), Water Sports, Traditional Sports, Creative Arts and Community Service. We also have a specialized Mountain Biking program for kids who want to ride the Alligrippis Trails everyday that they are at SMA called Mountain Bike Masters.

What: Kids and Teen Mountain Bike Ride at Dirtfest 2016 ending on a houseboat!

When: Sunday, May 22nd from 10am to 12.30

Where: Meet at the Bakers Hollow Parking Lot at 10am



This ride will begin at 10am on Sunday, May 22nd at the Bakers Hollow Parking Lot.  This ride is open to kids and teens between the ages of 10 and 17.  This year we plan to on doing 2 rides: a more chill ride for beginners and a longer, more intense ride for experienced   riders.  Stone Mountain Adventures Teen Mountain Biking Summer Camp Directors and staff will join in and supervise the ride.

Easier Ride:  This ride starts on Buck to Fawn to Osprey to the Epic Hydro Loop. 

Intermediate Ride: This ride also starts on Buck to Allie to Grippis to Ridge to Rays Revenge to Sidewinder to Osprey to Hydro Loop.

Here’s where it gets interesting: when the Hydro Loop drops down to the waters edge we will board a house boat with our bikes and set sail on the waters of Raystown Lake.  Once on the boat we’ll stop for a swim, have some lunch, and return to Susquehannock Campground Site 15 between 12.30 and 1pm.

Mom and dad, this is not a babysitting service, this is a teen and tween mountain bike ride open to beginner, intermediate and advanced riders.  Riders must come with their own helmet and bike, or they can demo a bike as well. 

Parents must sign a Liability Release Form.

Riders must pre-register either on the Stone Mountain Adventures website or at our booth in the Expo area of Dirtfest. 



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