Outdoor Recreation Supervisor
Our Youth Mountain Bike Programs are designed with a focus on teaching and coaching, while providing challenges that fit each rider and their ability level. The multiple class levels allow entry level riders to progress through the different levels as they gain different skills and increase their confidence riding, while seasoned riders can enjoy the challenges of our level 2 and 3 classes. SGO's staff have years of experience both riding and teaching with ample amounts of passion for what they do!
Yes. At times classes will be cancelled because of poor weather or bad trail conditions. If this is the case, our instructors will reach out to you letting you know that there will be no class. All missed classes will be rescheduled at a later time.
Yes. In order to participate in the programyou are required to sign an Adult Waiver or Youth Informed Consent Form. You will also need to fill out the online medical form.
Yes. This class is open for youth ages 10-17 years old.
Non constrictive active wear/clothing and closed toed shoes. All of our classes meet outside, so please dress for the weather.
SGO provides a discount for students that recieve either free or discounted school lunches with the Washington County School District. The discount allows the first child you register for classes that month to recieve a 50% discount off the class cost. Any additional children you register that month will be charged the full cost of the course. When you register for the class course at the Rec Center you will need to provide documention proving you recieve either free or discounted lunches. You will need to bring a copy of the document that is provided by Washing County School Distict.
Withdrawal/Transfer less than 7 days prior to the start date may be subject to a fee. No refunds on or after that date.
Yes! Our instructors are all excellent coaches. They will select different trails to ride based on the abilities of the riders in the class. If your child shows a high level of proficency the instructors may do an assessment for them and suggest they be moved to a higher level class.
Mountain bike, helmet, transportation, and instruction.
As a program our first and foremost goal will be to schedule a make up class in the event that a day of class does not happen. This will be commnicated shortly after the class is initially canceled and a date will be provided. If SGO is unable to provide a time for a make up class, your account will be credited the overall percentage cost of the class. For months that we have 4 weeks of class you will be credited 25% to your account and 3 week classes will be 33%. We do not issue refunds.
Appropriate clothing for all weather conditions including a rain jacket, small backpack, 2 liters of water, and a snack. All emergency supplies, such as an inhaler should also be brought and instructors should be informed.
We ride an extensive amount of different trails in the St. George area. Before a month long course begins, instructors will select 4 different trails that they will be riding for each class, which is dependent on what level your child is enrolled in. This system allows each class to be unique and different, while exposing our riders to different terrain and riding styles that are within their ability level.
Each class will start and end at the Rec Center. For the first class of each session, please plan on showing up 15 minutes early.
We do our best to work with the school schedule to make sure we avoid scheduling classes during larger periods of time off. We want our families to have the option to still sign up for our courses and not miss out on a chance to travel or have their child miss a class because of travel. During the months that our courses are 3 weeks instead of 4, we have adjusted the price.