Kamloops Ranch Camp III NO Boys Allowed

May 9, 2015 - May 10, 2015

Ranch Camp III - NO Boys Allowed

SOLD OUT - Wait list Available

When:  May 9 to 10, 2015

Cost: $365 cdn (Ranch shuttle included)

Rider: beginner to highly advanced looking to improve their overall gravity skills






The girls are once again taking over the Kamloops Bike Ranch for the third annual Ranch Camp.  Join an accomplished collection of some of the industries best female professional riders / coaches and start your bike season off right.  

This weekend was designed to enhance the female rider who likes to shred with the boys (but still needs riding refinement to progress to where she wants) and welcomes the complete beginner still figuring everything out.   

Smaller numbers to higher coach to guest ratio and an informative Friday evening tech session are some of the niches qualities that gives this weekend a unique feel.  Detailed bike set up - including Suspension (SAG), understanding bar width and foot placement are a couple of the main tech topics to compliment the Kamloops Ranch and it's renown jumps and technical desert steeps terrain. 

For 2015 we're building on the previous 2 years to bring even more. Stoked !!

Professional riders and coaches Lorraine Blancher of lbbikes, Katrina Strand of Strand Training, Kelli Sherbinin from Endless Biking, Beth Parsons head coach from Camp of Champions, Stephanie Nychka (the only female to have qualified with the pro men at a Crankworx Slopestyle) and former and current Canadian National Champions / Coaches Micayla Gatto and Vaea Verbeeck make up the main 2015 coach roster.

For Ranch Camp insight



Monica McCosh created a cool and inspiring piece for the amazing Mom's / Riders that came to Camp

Danielle Baker's experience with her article 

Adrienne Schofhauser's also writes about her time to Ranch Camp 

If you haven't been to the City of Kamlops Bike Ranch, you're missing out.  With permission from the City, Builder Brad has sculpted the perfect bike park giving the Kamloops a unique amenity (in addition to their baseball diamonds, swimming pools, etc) to advance any mountain bike rider - from a true newbie to a seasoned pro.  I mention this as the Kamloops Bike Ranch is a role model for any City wishing to add a mountain bike amenity to their general Parks Program.  Everyone I know loves gravity riding here, especially in the Spring and it's the perfect place to make you a better rider too ...

If you're travelling and need a place to stay, join the coaches at Accent Inns.  Their location is conveniently located near the Bike Cafe and near the Bike Ranch.  If you're new to Accent Inns, be prepared to be stoked.  Their attention to detail and genuine customer service along with their Bike Love Program, complete with outside bike wash station and Park Tool kit plus and how they welcome your bikes in the rooms makes you feel right at home.  

Accent Inns Ranch Camp Special
$95/night for 2 people and their bikes
Complimentary kitchenette upgrade till gone ...
Group 64840 


Contact me if you have any questions or are media wishing to attend.  

Special thanks to Accent Inns and their Bike Love Program, Cheryl and her amazing Bike Cafe, Mallory at Clif Bar plus all the quality prizing from Race Face, Specialized Canada and Crankbrothers.  Stoked, couldn't have done it with out you. 

For the success of the past years, I'd love to give special thanks to the amazing coaches Katrina Strand with Strand TrainingLindsey Voreis with Ladies All RideClaire Buchar with Kovarik RacingKatie Holden, Casey Brown and Kelli Sherbinin with Endless Biking and Denise Britton.  They're all accomplished coaches / riders who enhance the sport with their amazing programs and stoked that this weekend brings us all together.   

-lb

ps. If you're a dude and feel like your missing out, contact myself and book your own private.  Gathering a few of your friends and scheduling something at various locations is easy to create and do ...