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AYF Cycle the City +
CrossFit Kids & Pickleball Camps

What

Hey Parents of CrossFit Kids & Pickleball Campers! If you are looking to give your child a full day of summer camp fun, AYF is offering an afternoon Cycle the City Camp that you can add-on to the CrossFit & Pickle Ball Camps! AYF coaches will meet your child at noon at Cross Fit Central after Strength Camp or Pickleball Camp, and bike with them to AYF's camp location at Pease Park. Pack a lunch for your full-day camper, and they will have time to eat at Pease Park before Cycle the City camp starts at 1:00. Pick up is at Pease Park at 4:00.

When

Combo Camp Session Dates:

AYF Summer Session 2: June 3 – June 7 (Pressler & Burnet)
AYF Summer Session 3: June 10 – June 14

(Pressler & Burnet)
AYF Summer Session 4: June 17 – June 21

(Pressler)

12noon - 4pm

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Where

Coaches meet campers at Cross Fit Central / Waterloo Pickleball or Cross Fit Central Burnet at 12noon. Parent pick-up after Cycle the City camp is at Pease Park at 4pm.

Who

Cycle the City Camp is for experienced bikers ages 7 to 14, who can start, stop, and maneuver with control, and are comfortable going up and down hills. Participants will need their own bike and helmet.

Cost

$325 for 5-day camp

About Cycle the City & Beginner Biking >

REGISTER

Presler

Burnet

About

Fit n' Fun Camp

AYF's Fit n' Fun camp helps kids develop running skills and fitness through fun activities, games, and play! The camp's structure is:

Warm-Up Activities

Form-Focus Relays / Water Play

Fitness FUNdamentals

Snack/Break

Games & Fun-Finish!

On our Endurance Day, we will run to a spot along Shoal Creek for some exploring. Please note: Shoal Creek is an open body of water and children will be closely supervised.

Cycle the City Camp

Cycle the City Camp is for skilled bikers who can comfortably ride 2 miles on roads and/or trails before a rest stop. CTC Camp starts with a review of biking safety, "rules of the road," and AYF's group-riding rules ("riding as a team"). The daily rides range from 4-12 miles, increasing in both distance and difficulty as the week progresses. Campers will visit public pools, splash pads, parks/playgrounds and the Austin Nature & Science Center.

Campers need their own bike (all-terrain, hybrid, or mountain bike), helmet, and water bottle or water-backpack.

Beginner Biking Camp

AYF’s Beginner Biking Camp is for kids age 4 and up who are just learning to ride (without training wheels), and for kids who already know how to ride but are still learning basic skills - controlled starting, slowing, stopping, turning, maneuvering, and gearing. In addition to learning to ride, kids in Beginner Biking Camp will learn road safety, trail etiquette, and biking laws. Campers will play in the Pease Park Splash Pad, take trips to Shoal Creek, and walk/bike with coaches to West Austin Neighborhood Pool.

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