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STORMBC geared up for summer

The summer season is underway for the Single Track Off Road Mountain Bike Club (STORMBC) with programs in Pemberton, Whistler and the North Shore.

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In addition to race and freeride camps, STORMBC is offering daily drop-in passes that can be used to customize camps around other summer activities.

In Whistler there is a six-day Six Pac Pass; a 10-day Droppin’ In Pass; a Double Jump Pass for two days a week from June 29 to Sept. 2; a Gravity Kids Freeride and Downhill camp every Wednesday; A Gravity Girls Freeride and Downhill camp on Wednesdays; a Weekend Warriors Pass from July 3 to Sept. 5; and an epic Summer Pass three days a week from June 29 to Sept. 2.

All sessions are coached by fully certified instructors and run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

STORMBC was originally created as a grassroots program for kids interested in mountain biking. It’s now under the umbrella of the Canadian Youth Cycling Clubs Society, a non-profit group offering classes for kids from ages 7 to 18.

For more information visit www.stormbc.com or call 604-908-BIKE (2453).

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