WONDERFUL SEDONA, AZ
The trail system within the Red Rock Ranger District of Coconino National Forest around Sedona, AZ is one of the most special resources you’ll find anywhere. This is a trail system shared with hikers and equestrians, and our goal with this festival is to celebrate it appropriately: respect the resource, respect other trail users and generally leave a great impression of the mountain bike community which means NOT leaving our physical impression!! Everybody be smart, stay on legal system trails and let’s show the world what the mountain bike vibe is all about!!!
WHAT IS IT?
The Sedona MTB Festival is 3-day mountain bike celebration that will include a Main Expo/Festival, Bike Demos, Shuttled Rides, a Beer Garden, great Bands for (3) nights and a whole lotta sweet RED SINGLETRACK! We are already working to make the 2017 Sedona Mountain Bike Festival bigger and better than last year. While the core of the event and the vibe will remain the same we do have some tricks up our sleeve for this year. Check back for exciting announcements as we get them.
The mountain biking in Sedona is world class. Sedona sports over 200 miles of killer singletrack and is a media darling having appeared in magazines countless times in the last few years. Simply put: it’s a bucket list destination people want to come ride.
WHEN IS IT?
The Sedona MTB Festival is March 3-5th, 2017. This is a great time for Festival-Goers to shake off their winter rust and RIDE THE RED!
SEE WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING
Cover of Flag Live
Dirt Rag Magazine
Mark Owen 2016 Attendee: “The festival was one of the best cycling experiences I’ve had in my life. Chill vibe. Great people. Awesome trails. Bitchen food. Totally affordable. Amazing weather. The only problem is I need to wait until next March to do it
Kate Nolan 2016 Attendee: “Awesome festival! The most beautiful and challenging trails I’ve ever been on! Great people, demos, beer and music!”
Jeff Randoph 2016 Attendee: “Great times, perfect weather, well supported, awesome vibe! Can’t wait to come back and explore more trails! Thanks Sedona!”