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Parent Volunteers

Parent Volunteers are essential to the success of the Tri Velo Series! We love them!   To become a Parent Volunteer you simply register via the register link on the respective camp and we will follow up to you.  To help defray the costs of the camps there is a nominalRead More

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Donate

There are many ways to support the Tri Velo Series and the Rocky Mountain Jr. Cycling Challenge To make a cash donation please send a check payable to Tri Velo Series to Tri Velo Series, 1515 E 9th Ave #311 Denver CO 80218 Donate new and used cycling clothing –Read More

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RMJCC

Rocky Mountain Junior Cycling Challenge July 7-9, 2017 Silt, Colorado 2016 Results:  Click Here 2016 Galleries DMoynihan Fast Photos – Sandie Dalles 2016 Special Thanks Town of Silt, Colorado Barbara & Chris Grealish Aaron Bouplon Steve Truesdale Mike McGuinn Al McDonald A1 Traffic Control Garfield County Sherriff’s Department Holiday InnRead More

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Junior Coach Program

It is important to provide an opportunity for today’s youth to assume leadership roles in the community. To do this the program must provide structure and guidance to ensure we are meeting the needs of the youth.    We have the perfect opportunity to provide a Junior Coach program thatRead More

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Mission

The mission of Tri Velo Series is to inspire youth to explore the sport of cycling and cultivate the next generation of bicycle racers. Goals: Introduce new youth to the sport of cycling for health and recreation Encourage and increase the participation of females in the sport of cycling HelpRead More

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Mountain

Date:  Friday to Sunday,  TBD Location: Magic Sky Ranch, Red Feathers Lake, CO With a focus primarily on youth skills development and competition, TVS offers a Mountain Bike Camp aimed at providing athletes of various ages the opportunity to develop their cycling skills and enjoy the learning to ride onRead More

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Cyclo-Cross

Date:   Friday to Sunday, TBD Location:  Camp Granite Lake, Golden, CO New this year: Junior CX Camp provides a safe, structured environment for our juniors to learn the basics of cycle cross riding and racing. Consisting of group rides, skills riding, contact drills, and talks about training, tactics, bike maintenanceRead More

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Road

Date:  Friday to Sunday, May 5,6,7, 2017 Location:  Stone Canyon Outdoor Education, Larkspur, CO Road camp focuses on mastering bike handling skills such as starting, stopping, shifting, hill climbing, descending, cornering, sprinting and passing; understanding road rules and strategies to staying safe and learning road riding etiquette.  More experienced youthsRead More

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Councils

TVS is guided by the Coaches who generously provide their expertise and the Parents who provide valuable input as well as hours of chaperoning! COACHES COUNCIL Margell Abell, Evol Elite Racing* Marty Albe, Altitude Cycling Clint Bickmore, Boulder Junior Cycling* Chris Bolling, Pactimo Kuni Lexus* Carl & Kristal Boni, RapidRead More

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About

We provide supportive, fun and challenging cycling camps for youth in three disciplines:  road, mountain bike, and cyclocross. Our camps provides a safe, structured environment for our juniors to learn the basics of bicycle handling and racing. Consisting of group rides, skills riding, contact drills, and talks about training, tactics,Read More

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Tri Velo Series is dedicated to inspiring the next generation on bicycles.



Jr. Coach Opportunity – Spring Training

SPRING TRAINING JUNIOR & FAMILY CAMP Canyonlands Ranch, Monticello, UT Sunday March 26 – Saturday, April 1 The Program: Opportunity for everyone in family to start preparing for the 2017 Road Season Professional coaching Designed to provide base mileage and skills training Each day serves up multiple ride options. Cyclists choose to ride as much or as little as they want Focus on Road but there will be some mountain biking Adults and youth will be in separate groups Time to explore the area off the bike as well Organized evening activities Campers: Sunday, March 26 – Arrive before Opening Dinner Saturday, April 1 – Have Breakfast, clean your room andRead More


Value of Overnight Camp

Benefits of Camp: Psychological Aspects  Camp And Youth Development Outcomes Parents want the best opportunities for their children. They want them to have whatever it takes to be happy and successful – good health, ability to get along with others, thinking and problem solving skills, a good self-concept. Children need resiliency skills: self-esteem, life skills, self-reliance, and pro-social behaviors. The camp experience offers a nurturing environment away from the distractions and, in some cases, the hostile environment of the city. Peter Scales, Ph.D., is a senior fellow with the Search Institute in Minneapolis. A noted educator, author, and psychologist, Dr. Scales says, “Camp is one of the few institutions where youngRead More


Some of our Proud Partners

  • The event was amazing and very inspiring for my 8 yr old son.
  • Great job, as always. The kids love, love, love it, and it's a blast for the parent volunteers as well.
  • We loved the rules. No changing bunks. No bullying. Nice job!
  • Good mix of skill building exercises and just riding; food was good
  • The great trails and lots of watermelon.
  • My son learned alot about cycling and Cx. Seemed like a fun environment. Reasonably priced for a two day camp Nice people overall. Free jerseys and swag for my son - he was stoked.
  • Well organized, great coaches, good location
  • The structured format for the entire weekend was great and kept the kids busy. Making the kids show respect and bus their own tables. The venue was a nice place close to town as well.
  • So thankful that these camps are affordable for families like ours! We appreciate all the coaches, volunteers and Deirdre. Thanks ♡
  • I would, first off, like to thank you for the incredible learning experiences offered to me at the Jr. Road camp. It was a time for me to practice bike handling skills more than anything else, and learn about how to draft closer to other riders.
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