OuterBike remains your best opportunity to test ride the bike you’ve been dreaming about in some of America’s best mountain bike destinations.
THE CLASSICS RETURN
And to round out the schedule, we’ll be back with our proven classics in: Crested Butte, CO August 14-16; Moab, UT Oct 2-4; and Bentonville, AR October 23-25.
Coinciding with Outerbike Bentonville, the The Big Sugar – NWA Gravel was conceptualized and developed by the LifeTime.Life Events team, including the original #DirtyKanza team. While the 2020 race is already sold out the Big Sugar weekend will certainly bring more gravel bikes to the event.
NEW FOR 2020
Deer Valley/Park City, Utah kicks off the year on the summer solstice weekend, June 19-21. Spread over six mountains and featuring up to 3,000 vertical feet of elevation change, Deer Valley Resort offers nearly 70 miles of mountain bike trails, including four flow trails designed by Gravity Logic.
Killington, VT is next on July 24-26 at the east coast’s largest bike park. The central Vermont resort has three lifts with a huge variety of riding including some amazing purpose built XC trails nearby. It’s also the weekend right before the Enduro World Series at Burke Mountain so expect some special ambassadors in attendance!
The weekend of August 28-30th we’ll be in Duluth, MN based out of Spirit Mountain Bike Park. An IMBA Gold Medal Ride Center, Duluth has been making news over the past couple of years due to their rapid development of a cohesive mountain bike trail system, including a 100 mile point-to-point route–the Duluth Traverse.
On September 18-20th we’ll be in beautiful South Lake Tahoe, CA to showcase some of Tahoe’s best riding. Our Bijou Bike Park venue is right downtown and has access to some of the areas best trail riding. We’re working with TAMBA to showcase their newest offerings and share those with you over the three day weekend.
Sign ups will be live for all seven events starting Monday December 2nd. Attendance at each event is capped to insure plenty of bikes for all. You can sign up here at OuterBike