Year Round Riding
Learn how to plan and dress to ensure fun and safe riding in all weather conditions. This free clinic will go over clothing, accessories, safety tips, rules of the road and minor maintenance scheduling to keep your bike safe and functional. Click here to learn more.
Basic Bike Maintenance
This class is "geared" to serve the beginner and average rider. Curriculum includes routine maintenance, cleaning, flat repairs, brake and gear adjustments, trail repairs, and ergonomics. Special attention is given to the basics of user maintenance and simple repairs with a minimum of tools. Click here to learn more.
On The Peak:
This section of the Tahoe Rim Trail parallels the well known "Flume Trail" which earns its recognition for the breathtaking views of the bright blue waters of Lake Tahoe. Of course to be able to view all of the lake at once you will need to hike up in elevation. Click here to learn more.
Rafting- Lower S. Fork American River
This classic section of the South Fork offers scenic views of the canyon walls with some wet and wild fun. Start on the milder class II section then paddle through class III rapids such as Fowler's Rock, Satan's Cesspool and Hospital Bar. Click here to learn more.
How-To Clinic: Flat Fix
In this class you will learn how to fix a flat on both your front and rear tires as well as what to pack in your repair kit. After this class you will never be left calling for a ride the next time you get a flat tire. Minimum age is 13. Click here to learn more.
Get Connected with Peak Adventures
• Peak Adventures is located at The WELL on the Sacramento State University campus. Our business hours are 9am–4:00pm
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Sac State is home to a premier Sacramento teambuilding location - Peak Adventures Challenge Center. Please visit Team Development section of our website to learn more about our facility and programs.