Providing a Fun & Safe
environment for all
Camp activities & group living in a natural environment are the tools used to create camp communities that provide for successful, healthy development and a place where having fun is a daily criterion. In such a structured environment, children interact with positive role models who have time to listen, talk, relax, and reflect. They learn to work together, make choices, take responsibility, develop creative skills, build independence, and gain confidence. All are necessary steps on a child’s path to a healthy, productive life.(American Camp Association)Read More
We can grow the sport of cycling by developing the next generation of serious cyclists
Colorado has a strong race calendar but it is important for junior cyclists with aspirations of becoming a serious racer to compete in events outside their backyard. TVS has a system to identify, recruit and develop cyclists from the camps and build composite teams to take to select nationally recognized events in each discipline. There are great junior cycling teams in the area that provide tremendous support and coaching however not every team can provide the resources to travel. TVS would build the composite team, give them resources to attend and provide an experience that helps move them to the next level.Read more
Inspiring the next generation is fun, exciting and the right thing to do.
Standing in the pouring rain in Austin Texas during the 2014 USA Cycling Cyclo-CX National Championships, watching the junior races I was filled with such pride and joy. It was a complete mud bath but it didn’t deter one of the Colorado juniors at all. Many achieved great results but more than that they all finished with a great sense of pride and accomplishment. It was a very hard race.
The other thing that I noticed was the community gathered to support these young racers and the camaraderie between the youth. The young racers were supportive of each other regardless of the team they were on. They cheered for each other and congratulated each other at the finish. The Jr. Development Camp program cannot take complete credit for their wins but it take can credit for being part of the success of the day. And I was so proud of helping build that community along with the coaches, the junior teams, the parents, and the racers themselves.
- My name is Hannah Jordan and, I’m from Oklahoma. I came from Oklahoma (only 13 hours away) because, of an amazing opportunity. I learned and enjoyed camp so much from the last Road camp, I came back to do the CXRead More
- Thanks for my scholarship for Cylocross camp. I liked riding my bike all weekend with new friends. I love to ride my bike all the time. Riding my bike helps me be calm and work out my energy when my body needs something to do. The best part of camp is learning to bunny hop barriers.Read More
- So thankful that these camps are affordable for families like ours! We appreciate all the coaches, volunteers and Deirdre. Thanks ♡Read More