Youth Program

Bozeman Youth Cycling provides a high-quality and fun Youth Mountain Bike Program, open to all abilities – the Youth Program is for kids going into grades 1st through 5th (please see the BozeNICA Page for older kids!). We hope to inspire life long love of and involvement in the sport. We also offer need based scholarships. If you are interested, please complete the scholarship application.

We do have some requirements for registration. The participant must be within the group’s GRADE by Fall of 2019. Everyone must wear a properly fitted HELMET at all times, additional protective equipment (like gloves!) is not required, but encouraged.  SHOES must be closed toe, we know it’s hot but we like our toes safe! PEDALS should be flat, no “clipping in”. WATER needs to be carried by each participant, either in a bottle cage or a hydration pack.

The 2019 season is 11 weeks long, June 10th through the week of August 22nd. All groups meet from 5:15pm to 6:45pm on Mondays and/or Thursdays. Registration is online here on our website.

All Groups Are Full for the 2019 Season

_DSF9354Meadow Pedalers

Grades: 1st and 2nd
(**must be 6 years old by June 1st, 2019**)

Days Offered: Monday OR Thursday, 5:15pm – 6:45pm

Cost: $175

Focus: Most importantly FUN! We focus on balance on the bike and operations of controls in order to best utilize our time on the bike playing games and riding!

Requirement: Must be able to ride a two wheeled pedal bike with 2 hand brakes. NO training wheels, NO coaster brakes.


Mountain Stompers_DSF9397

Grades: 3rd and 4th

Days Offered:  Monday OR Thursday, 5:15pm – 6:45pm

Cost: $175

Focus: We introduce more specific skills such as track stands, front and rear wheel lifts, and wheelies. We also begin to introduce rollers, jumping, and drops. Of course, we still do lots of riding and play lots of fun games in which we get to apply our new skills!


Alpine Rippers10-11

Grade: 5th

Days Offered:  Monday AND Thursday, 5:15pm – 6:45pm

Cost:  $275

Focus: We develop the more specific skills such as track stands, front and rear wheel lifts, and wheelies. We continue to work on rollers, jumping, and drops. We do lots of riding and still play games that hone our skills and add to the fun!


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