The All Mountain Bike Program gives younger kids the mountain bike skills to ride single track trails and gives older kids exposure to Grand County mountain bike trails. For teens, it's a great warm-up for the High School mountain bike season.

Each ride will emphasize endurance, fitness, technical skills, and tactics in a fun atmosphere with an insistence on safety. Riders will learn the value of preparation, the basics of bike maintenance, and will experience the Colorado mountains in the summer. Those who are interested in mountain bike racing are encouraged to talk to their coach to learn more about competing in the Winter Park Classics races.

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    • Program Details

      Groups will start the ride with kids of similar ages and riding abilities. Ride venues and meeting places will be determined based on conditions and weather and will be communicated during the week of training.

      The director will send weekly emails with ride and location details in addition to a sign up link for participants to indicate which day(s) they plan to attend each week so we can coordinate scheduling for coaches.

      The All Mountain Bike Program jersey is available to athletes who register is collected during program registration. Athletes who register after 5/31 or who are not in the unlimited program may purchase a jersey pending inventory.

      2024 TUITION
      AMP Bike Program Tuition

      Unlimited: $650

      5-Ride Pass*: $375

      Trial Day**: $80

      DatesJun. 21 – Aug. 25
      Days and TimesFriday | 5:30-7:30 PM
      Saturday | 9:30 AM - 12PM
      Sunday | 9:30AM - 12PM

      **Trial Day payment can be applied toward the 5-Ride Pass, or toward registration for the Unlimited Program.

      2024 Details
      LunchNot provided
      CompetitionsWinter Park Classics (optional)
      Team Jersey/ShirtIncluded if registered by 5/15
      *Based on age of the participant on 12/31/24.
    • Equipment And Ability

      Riders are responsible for providing a mountain bike with at least six gears, helmet, gloves, appropriate clothing/shoes for the weather, water in a hydration pack, spare tube, sunglasses and sunscreen.

    • Competitions

      All Mountain Bike Program participants may compete in the optional AMP Bike Race, with age-appropriate courses of no more than 10 miles. More information will be sent out by the program director each season when dates, age categories, and courses have been determined.

      With coach recommendation, All Mountain Bike Program participants may compete in the
      Winter Park Classics cross-country bike races. The youth categories include Novice 14 and Under and Novice 15-18.

      On race weeks, the Friday evening AMP Bike ride will offer participants the option to meet at the race venue for a pre-ride of the course with some casual coaching. The normal weekend programs will still run for those not racing. Race entry fees are paid separately from program tuition.

    • Contact Information and resources

      Contact Information
      Toad Pittz - All Mountain Bike Program Director

      For registration questions, contact the Competition Center office at 970-726-1590 or

      All Mountain Bike Program
      ResourceS and Policies

      Key policies such as the Code of Conduct are signed on the Member Portal during registration.

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