Bike classes can be a great resource for people of all ages. Classes are taught in Milwaukee and the surrounding region to help residents from all aspects of biking from learning to ride a bike, tips for riding on the street, and bike maintenance! There are classes put on by neighborhood organizations, bike shops and schools.
One of the best resources to find classes in your area is to visit your local bike shop or check out the Wisconsin Bike Fed!
Bike camps can be a great way for kids to get out and get active. There are many different bike camps offered in the Milwaukee area. Listed below are a few:
Hank Aaron State Trail Bike Adventure Camp for Kids
This is a two-week bike camp that helps to educate kids on safe biking and to encourage the use of bike trails, just like the Hank Aaron State Trail. For more information on this camp, check out the Hank Aaron State Trail website.
Wisconsin Bike Federation Youth Adventure Bike Day
This is a week-long camp that helps to educate kids on safe biking and helps kids build riding endurance. This camp includes ride on the Hank Aaron State Trail, the Oak Leaf Trail, and quiet residential areas. For more information on this camp, check out the Wisconsin Bike Federation website.
Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin iCan Shine Bike Camp
This is a week-long camp, which offers multiple different sessions daily, to help kids with special needs learn how to ride a two-wheeled bike. For more information on the camp, check out the Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin website.