NorCal Programs

We say we’re about more than just racing bikes, and we mean it. We offer opportunities for student-athletes to build community and character at our adventure festival, camps, through our trail advocacy program, and more. Is there a program you’d like to see that you don’t see below? Give us a shout!



The Adventure program is adopted from NICA, with the goal to get more kids on bikes without necessarily racing. Our annual Adventure Festival is a great opportunity for coaches and student-athletes from all regions to get together for a fun social, outdoor experience.

NorCal GRiT

Our GRiT program provides a space for female student-athletes and coaches to enjoy the sport of mountain biking through mountain bike riding, racing, camps and other events and activities in a way that is different from participating with their male counterparts.

Trail Advocacy

We believe in the importance of giving back to the communities where we play. Our Teen Trail Corps (TTC) program and CAMTB Teen Trail Ambassador Program are excellent avenues for coaches and student-athletes to establish strong roots in their community. 


We offer a variety of camps throughout the off-season that focus on developing the on-the-bike skills and social skills that our student-athletes will use for years to come. Student-athletes have the opportunity to find community, comradery, and enjoy the outdoors with their peers.

High School

The NorCal League started in 2001 to offer high schoolers the opportunity to race their mountain bikes. We’ve expanded since then, with a focus on developing strong body, mind, and character through the inclusive sport of interscholastic cycling. Every student-athlete on every team has the opportunity to participate in our events.  

Junior Development

Our Junior Development (Jr. Devo) Program introduces 6th-8th graders to the fun and inclusive sport of interscholastic mountain biking. Teams offer opportunities to be active outdoors as they develop their cycling skills in a supportive environment. 

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