Register Now For 2014 Leaders' Summit
The League’s annual Leaders’ Summit brings together head coaches, assistant coaches, ride leaders, and parent volunteers—both new and experienced—to develop skills and knowledge, share strategies, and build community. This conference will promote a holistic approach to coaching that creates an environment in which young people can grow and thrive. The 2014 Leaders’ Summits will be held on April 12-13 at Epic Rides in Tucson.
Summer Camp July 13-19 in Durango, CO
The Arizona League is teaming with the Texas and Utah Leagues to host a week long summer camp for student-athletes July 13-19 in Durango, CO. The camp will have a progressive structure in difficulty and offer each student-athlete the opportunity strengthen their basic skills while providing a safe environment to achieve advanced skills as a mountain biker and person. The camp is open to any high school student who can ride a mountain bike, so invite your friends to join you, too.
Participants will stay in the dormitories at Ft. Lewis College, with adult coach supervision, and meals will be provided. The cost for the week long camp is $700. Financial aid is available for those needing assistance. We're also working on a consolidated transportation option for Arizona student-athletes, which will increase the cost by an estimated $115 to $815. The plan is that there will be a pickup in Tucson, then Phoenix and finally Flagstaff on the way to Durango. Register now!
Tentative 2014 Race Series
- Sept 14 – Pioneer Park – Prescott
- Sept 28 – Southern Arizona (venue TBD)
- Oct 12 – McDowell Mountain Regional Park – Fountain Hills
- Oct 26 – Nordic Center – Flagstaff
- Nov 9 – White Tank Regional Park – Waddell
League Advocate Map
The Arizona League Advocate Map is a tool to help potential coaches and student-athlete families network to form and/or grow teams. Please fill out our survey here to get added!
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