At Red Shed Bike Camp, kids ages 8-13 spend a fun-filled week in the summer exploring the watershed on two wheels. Sign up now for one-week sessions at the Red Shed Summer Bike Program.
Through the week, campers enjoy daily bike rides. They also learn safe riding skills, basic bike maintenance, and watershed stewardship. After a bike-filled week at camp, our campers leave with the freedom and independence of riding a bike safely and confidently, a new way to enjoy the natural beauty along the Greenway, and a sense of pride from learning new skills. The Red Shed offers special scholarships to qualified campers, providing access for all no matter their income.
The Red Shed is the home of the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council (WRWC) Bike Education Programs. The goal of the Red Shed is to grow more Woony River Heroes — making biking accessible to kids and families in neighborhoods along the Woony River Greenway and beyond.
Seven sessions this summer. A weekly session costs $250 (July 6 – July 9 adjusted to $200 due to the shortened week). Hours: 9am to 3pm, Monday thru Friday. A bike can be provided, but kids can bring their own.
Each camper will receive a new helmet to keep on the first day of camp and all campers are required to wear helmets any time we are on bikes.
Red Shed, 50 Aleppo Street, Riverside Park, (directions), 401.484.7351