BMX Camp & Lessons Program in Toronto

BMX Camp & Lessons Program in Toronto

May 9, 2017

BMX Camp & Lessons Program In Toronto


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New for 2017 is the Evolve Camps BMX Camp and Lessons Program in Toronto. Biking has been part of our world for many years. It was only a matter of time before we started offering this program to kids that want to learn to bike in Toronto. Our program is exciting, safe and while at the same time being progressive for even those kids who already know how to bike a little. 

Learning how to ride a bicycle is a rite of passage for sure and a skill that once learned will never be forgotten. Below are some of the approaches our instructors take into teaching beginner kids. Our number one focus is safety, and than of course fun.

Before coming to camp you should consider a few things:

1) Choosing the right BMX bike in Toronto

We are great at teaching you how to ride and we know a thing or two about having fun. However, we are by no means experts in bike selection. See our friends at Harvester Bikes; they definitely know what they are talking about.

2) Get the correct fit

The key is not to buy too small or too big. Thinking your kid will grow into it is not the right idea. Make sure that they can stand over the top tube with both feet planted on the ground. He or she should feel comfortable and in control of the bike at all times.

3) Choosing the right bike helmet

The bike helmet should sit level across the middle of the forehead, no more than 1″ above the eyebrows. If the helmet sits high on the forehead, or moves more than 1″ when you push the helmet from side to side or front to back, you need to adjust the fit or you may need to buy a different size.


Where do we teach BMX

The best part of our BMX camp and lesson program is that we visit a different spot every day. Here are some of our locations:


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