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Fun Is the Name of the Game

Located in Kanata, Ontario, Bakkers Trailblazers mountain bike camp welcomes campers aged 5 - 13. Parents can rest assured that their kids are under the supervision of caring and trained counselors. Our instructors are personally trained by former mountain bike professional Osmond Bakker. 

We teach kids how to mountain bike in a safe and progressive manner.  Kids are placed into one of our 3 ability groups and learn the fundamentals of mountain biking including braking, descending, log hops and singletrack riding


Every camper at Bakkers Trailblazers will have an amazing and fun experience developing mountain bike skills.  If your child is under 5, but proficient at mountain biking, let us know and we will assess their eligibility.

"Teaching Mountain Biking in a Progressive, Fun and Safe Manner"

Meet Our Camp Counselors



Wheelie Master

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Future MTB Pro






Singletrack Shredder



BMX Hero


The traditions of Bakker's Trailblazers MTB Camps are brought to life by the dedication and enthusiasm of our new and returning staff. Being a part of Bakker's Trailblazers  is a rewarding responsibility. It is also an opportunity to have one of the best summers of your life. Make a positive difference for yourself and the kids you care for.

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Rock Face Roller


If a camp is full, contact us here to be added to a waiting list

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05-Jul to 09-Jul

Great Camp for riders of all skill levels


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09-Aug to 13-Aug

Great Camp for riders of all skill levels


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12-Jul to 16-Jul

Great Camp for riders of all skill levels


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16-Aug to 20-Aug

Great Camp for riders of all skill levels


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WEEK 2.5

26-Jul to 30-Jul

Great Camp for riders of all skill levels


Meet up location for all camps is at the Beaverbrook Community center located at 1002 Beaverbrook Rd, Kanata, ON K2K 1L1

Meetup time:  8:00am to 8:30am

Pickup time: 3:30pm to 4:00 pm



Before sending your child to the first day of MTB camp, please read through the following checklist:


  1. Ensure bicycle is in good running order (chain is lubed, tires are inflated and not overly worn, brakes are safe and effective)

  2. Pack a bag with the following

  3. A spare inner tube of the correct size for the bicycles tires

  4. Spare warm clothing and a towel (in case of rain). Store clothes in a waterproof bag (garbage bag with their name on it....we have safe storage space)

  5. Bug spray

  6. Sunblock

  7. Easy to carry snacks

  8. Hydration pack: The campers are out riding all day and need to stay hydrated, the hydration packs carry a lot of liquid and can also carry snacks, spare tubes and money (if needed). Hydration packs are less tiring to ride with vs backpacks. We have a place to refill hydration packs at camp, but please fill the hydration pack every morning. Please show your child how to open and close their pack as our counsellors will be unable to help due to covid regulations.

  9. Helmet and shoes (must be closed toed, not sandals nor flip-flops), protective (or sun) glasses

  10. Mask (when in close contact with other campers, counsellors or when entering the building for bathroom breaks

  11. Hand Sanitizer

  12. A bell

  13. A lunch (Souper Sandwiches are not able to offer their services at this time)

  14. A hat

  15. Make an ID card and put in a ziplock or waterproof bag (name, phone number and our number 613-323-0724. Place in their hydration pack

  16. Please Email us back at to let me know the skill level of your child, on a scale of beginner, moderate or advanced. If you are unsure of their skill level, you may also detail the trails they have been on and we will be able to pinpoint their ability in reference to other campers. We have to put them in these groups which will act as their cohorts for the week. The ywill be kep apart from other groups, however, if there needs to be necessary changes, we will make them the first day at lunch