Clayton County Parks & Recreation is proud to offer youth cycling programming for middle school students in the Clayton County community.
In partnership with the Clayton County Cycling Club (C4), the youth program features free quarterly cycling camps and monthly training sessions. The program is recreational and is designed to teach young people cycling safety, promote physical fitness, and encourage fun.
The ClayCo Youth Cycling Camps include bicycle fundamentals, team riding etiquette, equipment maintenance, a bike rodeo, life skills discussions, and a guided group ride. The camps are free of charge, but pre-registration is required to participate. Kids can bring their bikes and helmets and join the fun. Don’t have a bike? Be one of the first ten to register, and your kid can use an awesome bike donated by one of our generous sponsors, Trek Bicycle Stores and the Macon Youth Cycling Club. Click here to register.
Clayton County Youth Cycling Camps
- July 31, 10am – 12pm
- November 13, 10am – 12pm
Location: Clayton County International Park (in the Lake Spivey Recreation Center parking lot)
Fee: No Charge
The ClayCo Youth Cycling Training Sessions are fun, guided virtual learning classes held in the new spin room at the Lake Spivey Recreation Center. Sessions are held once a month on Friday evenings. Kids will develop camaraderie while riding with friends, improve fitness through engaging workouts, improve their mastery of cycling fundamentals, and most importantly, have fun. Spaces are limited to ten kids per session. To register your child, click here.
Clayton County Youth Cycling Club Training Sessions
- September 10, 6:30-7:30pm
- October 1, 6:30-7:30pm
Location: Lake Spivey Recreation Center (Spin Room)
Capacity: 10 participants
Fee: No Charge
Safety is a priority for Clayton County Parks & Recreation. To ensure that all precautions are taken for your child, Youth Cycling Club Waiver is required for participation. Also, COVID protocols will be strictly enforced. Participants will undergo temperature checks and are expected to wear facemasks when not actively engaged in program activities.