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Summer - Nederland Team

Mountain biking in Ned for junior athletes of the Peak-to-Peak region.


Founded in Nederland in 1993, SMBA has provided opportunities for junior athletes in the peak-to-peak region for almost 30 years. We continue to offer a Nederland-mountain biking program giving junior riders the opportunity to explore and ride local trails, receive quality coaching, and to build skills and confidence on their bikes. 


The Nederland Summer Team program is available for athletes from Grades 2 through 12.  Riding from town to the trail, summer team riders get to explore all of the amazing trails that Nederland has to offer.  For younger riders (Grades 2-5), this includes Mud Lake, West Magnolia and East Magnolia, while older riders will also get to experience areas that are farther off the beaten path, including School Bus Trail, 505/Caribou and other local classics!  The summer program provides all riders with coaching on bike handling skills, basic bike maintenance and repair, as well as trail etiquette and stewardship.  


Two sessions of summer programming are available for riders on a two-day per week (Monday/Wednesdays or Tuesday/Thursday) basis or on a four day per week basis.


  • Summer Session 1 (2 days/week) Mondays & Wednesdays or Tuesdays & Thursdays
  • Summer Session 1 (4 days/week) Monday – Thursday
  • Summer Session 1 (Flex) Pick any 8 days,  (required to use a sign up ahead of time – space may be limited)
  • Summer Session 2 (2 days/week) Mondays & Wednesdays  or Tuesdays & Thursdays
  • Summer Session 2 (4 days/week) Monday – Thursdays
  • Summer Session 2 (Flex) Pick any 8 days,  (required to use a sign up ahead of time – space may be limited)

For all programs, riders need to have a mountain bike in good condition.  We recommend athletes have a bike with at least 24 inch wheels and sufficient gearing to ride mountainous trails.  All athletes should also have equipment necessary to change a flat tire and make minor trail-side repairs/adjustments.  It is also recommended that riders have a hydration pack or backpack with a water bladder (e.g., a camelback) and enough space to hold food for on-trail meals or snacks as well as a jacket for colder weather conditions.


For additional information or questions contact heather@lertprograms.com