Girl Scout Bike Club is a five-week summer healthy living program designed to build girls’ confidence in biking and inspire them to include biking in their everyday lives. The Bike Club Program teaches girls skills in bike safety, maintenance, nutrition, advocacy, and route planning.
Girls must provide their own bike, helmet, bring a water bottle to each meeting, and be able to ride without training wheels.
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Girls will learn bike safety, bike maintenance, rules of the road, ride preparations, route planning, and bike advocacy. Each session will also include a group ride.
Virtual Bike Club
Girls will meet virtually each week to learn bike safety, bike maintenance, rules of the road, ride preparations, route planning, and bike advocacy. Girls will be encouraged to go on rides with their family or friends outside the meeting time and will share about their biking adventures during virtual meetings.
Register & Prepare for Bike Club
Register for a Bike Club Near You
Bike Club registration opens April 21. Girls who are new to Girl Scouts should call us to register. Returning Girl Scouts/Bike Club members can register online. If the total cost of Bike Club is not affordable, you can request financial assistance to help with the cost.
Prepare for Bike Club
In late June, we will reach out to you with preparation and weekly meeting addresses. Please also see our camp and cancellation policies.
Interested in leading a bike club in your city?
If you or a group of go-getter volunteers in your area are interested in facilitating a Girl Scout Bike Club in your community, Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Keys to Leading a Successful Bike Club
- There must be a minimum of 15 girls in grades 2–6 (maximum 25) participating in the Bike Club.
- There must be four reliable adult volunteers to attend and chaperone every weekly Bike Club session.
- Girl Scout volunteer-led clubs will receive support from Girl Scouts River Valleys staff, t-shirts, and a stipend for expenses.
- You’ll need to complete a three-hour Bike Alliance of Minnesota training.
- Must be committed to facilitating the Bike Club program once a week from July–August.
- It helps to have a local bike coalition or community bike club in your area. They may assist with educating girls on all-things bikes and identifying the safest biking routes in town.
- Connect with the Statewide Health Improvement Partnership contact in your county (this person may help with supplies and training).