Junior Bike Camp
SU Junior Bike Camp is a 4 day long adventure on a bike for young people in years 7 & 8 at school in New South Wales, Australia. (Are you too old for Junior Bike Camp? Check out Bike Camp for kids in years 9 to 12 at school) It's for guys and girls who like cycling, camping, and meeting others from around NSW. If you are looking for a school holiday cycling and camping activity, Junior Bike Camp could be the adventure for you! Junior Bike Camp is not a cycling race, it's just a good reason to dust off your mountain bike and have time away that you'll never forget, cycling, camping in country towns and making new friends. Starting in 2014 Junior Bike Camp was born out of Bike Camp which has been cycling the roads of New South Wales for over 30 years, covering some of the best bike rides in the state.
Start location: Orange
Finish location: Blayney
If you like what you see click the orange "REGISTER" button to the right! If you have any questions, contact Pete (0438 841 523) or Jodie (0410 456 343) the camp's directors – email [email protected]
Up to 100% discount available for those in need! Apply and register online. Read more at: sunsw.org.au/kids-to-camp
Start Date: 06 Oct 2022 10:30 AM
End Date: 09 Oct 2022 2:30 PM
to Blayney, NSW
Age Group: Year 7, Year 8
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Pete Oste | 0438 841 523 | [email protected]
Jodie Oste | 0410 456 343 | [email protected]
Pete and Jodie Oste
Pete and Jodie have been directing Bike Camp since 2010 and started Junior Bike Camp in 2014.
Jodie started out as a camper in Bike Camp back when bikes were made from steel and helmets were optional! She loved it so much she never left! Pete often jokes that he married into Bike Camp but has developed a real passion for camp and the kids that come each year.
Pete and Jodie live in Molong, in Central Western NSW, and are involved in various Children and Youth Ministries at Molong Baptist Church.
They have a deep love for Jesus, the great outdoors and seeing young lives changed by the saving grace of Jesus Christ.
(a) Is financial assistance available?
(b) COVID19 Safe Plan
- All participants are encouraged to complete a Rapid Antigen Test, either at home or upon arrival. Anyone who is a close or household contact will be not be able to attend camp.
- All participants' health will be monitored throughout camp.
- If a participant develops any COVID-19 like symptoms while on camp, participants will be isolated and asked to complete a Rapid Antigen Test. If positive, Parents/Carers will be contacted to collect their children.
- Masks will be recommended during inside activities, with the exception of eating times.
- SUNSW will keep records for all participants to enable contact tracing in the event of a participant having a positive test within 7 days of camp.
- In the event of the camp needing to be cancelled due to COVID19 all participants will receive a full refund
(c) I'm thinking about coming on camp but I'm not sure if I can keep up as I don't ride my bike much. Will the pace be too fast for me?
(d) I do a lot of riding and other sports and am really fit. Will I be bored?
(e) What to bring
- Your bike!
- A helmet - you are required by law to wear a helmet.
- A water bottle preferably fitted to your bike - the 1-litre bottle is best.
- Sunscreen, sunglasses and a cap.
- Wet weather gear - something you can ride in.
- Pillow and warm sleeping bag - extra blankets if you wish.
- Warm clothes for the evenings and to sleep in - it will be very cold at night.
- Lots of socks and underwear.
- Clothes to ride in: Shorts and T-shirts - bright colours are good for visibility.
- A towel.
- A spare inner tube that fits your tyres.
- A back pack to use as a day pack - you won't have access to your main luggage during the day.
(f) Not essential, but nice to have
- A tent (or swag) or a friend with a tent to share with - let us know if you need a tent and we can organise something
- A torch and batteries
- Cycling gloves
- A puncture repair kit
- A roll mat or thermarest
- Your bible
- A pen (and note book)
- An instrument if you play one
(g) What NOT to bring
- Smart Phones - all phones brought on camp will be collected and safely stored by the leaders and only accessible for emergency use - please note we will be out of mobile range for most of the camp but carry a satellite phone in case of emergency
- Ipods, radios or electronic games
- Your best threads - don't bring any clothes that you wouldn't want to get dirty
- Anything expensive or fragile e.g. expensive camera
- Pocket knives or any other weapons