Ladies AllRide Founder Lindsey riding mountain bike down rocky trail
(Photo/Katie Sox)

Back in the Saddle! ‘Ladies AllRide’ Mountain Bike Skills Camps Open for Registration

Ladies AllRide camps help women (and girls) gain skills and experience in mountain biking. Entering its eighth season of camps, it’s itching to reach more riders than ever before.

From beginners to seasoned riders, all are invited to join Ladies AllRide for its eighth season of mountain bike skills camps this spring, summer, and fall.

The Ladies AllRide organization is “for those interested in gaining knowledge and skills from experienced coaches, and having fun on mountain bikes in a welcoming and encouraging environment.”

Its motto? Ride bikes, be happy.

Essentially, if you want to up your skill level and ride with some rad women in the process, these MTB camps are the place to go.

Liv has supported Ladies AllRide since its inception and continues as a sponsor for 2022. This season, along with SRAM, Ladies AllRide will have more power than ever behind it.

Ladies AllRide's founder Lindsey coaching a rider through a wheelie
Ladies AllRide founder Lindsey Richter coaching; (photo/Andrew Chad)

And these “skills camps” aren’t just about riding trails and forming a community. An important component of the camps includes the “education stations,” where women can learn about bike builds, maintenance, quick gear fixes, and more.

“We are really excited to partner with so many incredible companies in the outdoor industry. More and more brands are seeing the value of welcoming more women into mountain biking as a way to grow our sport,” said Meredith Brandt, Ladies AllRide CEO.

Join a Ladies AllRide MTB Camp This Season

  • April 30-May 1: Bentonville, AR
  • May 14: Bend, OR (half-day format)
  • May 15: Bend, OR (half-day format)
  • June 4-5: Bend, OR
  • June 21-22: Bend, OR
  • June 25-26: Bend, OR
  • July 16-17: Grand Targhee, WY
  • July 19-20: Grand Targhee, WY
  • Aug. 20-21: Lyndonville, VT
  • Aug. 24-25: Lyndonville/Burke Mountain, VT
  • Sep. 10-11: Whitefish, MT
  • Oct. 3-7: Flathead Lake Lodge, MT (5-day retreat)
  • Oct. 25-26: Sedona, AZ
  • Oct. 29-30: Sedona, AZ

Registration for the women’s camps opened this week. Half-day camps start at $180 while full-day, 2-day camps go for $495. And Ladies AllRide has mountain bike camps for girls too — that registration will open soon.

Its junior camp (ages 9-13) runs once a week for 5 weeks throughout the summer for $225. Sign up or learn more at Ladies AllRide.

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Mary is the Managing Editor of GearJunkie and is based in GearJunkie's Denver, Colo. office. She has a degree in English and journalism, and has a background in both newspaper and magazine writing. Her outdoor interests span from running to sport climbing, from landscape photography to skiing to pack-paddleboarding. If she's not writing, you can most likely find her at the top of a fourteener, or in a local bakery.