Bellas in Morgantown!
It’s spring and what a fabulous time to get outside, on bikes and on trails in Morgantown! The weather is awesome and the trails primed and ready for sweet riding. What better way to soak up the fading hours of daylight and get girls out riding their bikes than Little Bellas Morgantown Weekly Program.
This program will run Thursday 3/31-5/19 and meets at Coopers Rock State Forest. Eight recurring mountain biking sessions are offered throughout the season to allow each girl to make new friends, learn new skills, and build confidence, all in a positive, fun environment. Whether it’s riding the dirt trails, having snacks, or navigating their way through the bike limbo tunnel, the program creates an environment built around having fun and learning the skills of mountain biking.
Girls and mentors (we mentor, we don’t coach) will ride once a week and work on a skills mountain bike progression through different activities, rides, and games. These girls will be given healthy challenges in a friendly, fun environment. This program is for riding and fun and is not focused on competition.
Financial assistance is available if needed and we also have equipment available through our Gear Up program! Please communicate any of these needs when filling out the registration form for the program.
Morgantown, WV Program Lead
As a kid, Rachelle loved riding bikes and being outdoors- and nothing much has changed since then! She still loves being on two wheels and playing in creeks more than anything. That said, bike adventures with Rachelle will likely include stops to look for crayfish, salamanders, and other interesting finds along the way! Lately she’s been sharing her love for bikes with her 2 year old daughter. And now she’s looking forward to sharing it with all the Morgantown Little Bellas too! As Director of Preston County Parks & Rec, Rachelle, both personally and professionally, enjoys and values offering fun outdoor recreation opportunities for youth.
Click here to learn more about Bellas in Morgantown or contact Rachelle.