Get your E on

Photo Credit: Dave Silver and Chris Stenberg
(Mega Volt Press Release)

The MEGA VOLT is back! Year three is scheduled for June 2-4, 2023, based out of the town of Naramata in the South Okanagan. The Three Blind Mice and surrounding trail networks provide the perfect combination of flow and tech on both the ups and downs. Expansive views of the local vineyards and sparkling clear lakes that surround the host community consistently deliver an incredible sensory experience.

“You know what it reminded me of, the first mountain bike races in the late 80’s; low-key, grassroots, lots of fun. No one cares who’s first or who’s last. Tons of fun, and just a group of like-minded people gathering and riding bikes.” – Elladee Brown

Get amped, get charged-up and let’s plug into what is quickly becoming ground zero for the eMTB community. The MEGA VOLT, powered by the BC Bike Race, brings together like-minded eMTB people to ride wicked fun trails, have a mind-blowing good time and figure out just what these eMTB’s can do.

Photo Credit: Dave Silver and Chris Stenberg

Three days of riding, talking, and sharing ideas, from dealers, to engineers, to pros, and everyone in between. This is how pioneers stay on the cutting edge, and further the industry leading conversation, one weekend at a time.

This years location is in the South Okanagan, hosted at the Naramata Center. The Mega Volt festival is positioned to take full advantage of the Center’s stunning beauty, exceptional offerings, and retreat-style vibe.

Photo Credit: Dave Silver and Chris Stenberg

Following on the presentations and panel discussions of 2022, this year’s Festival will endeavor to grow the off-bike activities while continuing to focus on all aspects of eMTB.

“The MEGA VOLT, it’s the first event of it’s kind. It’s an eMTB Event, it’s a race, it’s a ride, basically, we’re out here having fun with friends. There’s a little bit of competition here and there, but it’s not your average race.” – Jesse Melamed

The BCBR MEGA VOLT would like to respectfully acknowledge that this event takes place on the unceded and traditional territory of the Syilx Okanagan people.



Trailforks Link: Three Blind Mice

Local Club: PACA

Photo Credit: Dave Silver and Chris Stenberg
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