RIDE LEADERS

& VOLUNTEERS

Broad Overview of
WMBC After School Bike Clubs & how to get involved

WMBC is excited to partner with you on our shared vision of getting kids out on bikes. The After School Bike Clubs have been going for over 8 years.  These programs involve school clubs, open clubs, girls clubs and Vamos Outdoors Project.  Our clubs are organic and thriving because we have a dedicated group of parents, teachers, and adult mentors who volunteer.

Our Ride Leaders go through a Ride Leader training course and have current basic first aid (at a minimum) and have completed a WASP background check. Ride Assistant volunteers (or sweeps) are only required to have a background check and the ability to ride a bike!

WMBC is strongly committed to getting kids outside.  We all know that riding mountain bikes is a perfect way to engage kids outside, give them some thrills, peer camaraderie, and exercise. All good things!

Click here: After School Bike Clubs to see more information about our current available clubs.  If you don't see a club that fits your needs please consider forming your own club!  All we ask in return is that you are committed to running your club for at least a couple of seasons.

Click here: Flying Squirrels Bike Club for the girls program or find them on Facebook @FlyingSquirrelsMTB

Click here: Vamos Outdoors Project for details on our collaboration with this non-profit supporting Latino students in the outdoors.

Please fill out our Volunteer Interest Form if you would like to help out!

Email youth@wmbcmtb.org for more information and/or to register to become a ride leader.

 

Thank you to all dedicated volunteer ride leaders and ride assistants who share our common vision of getting kids outside and on bikes.