ALTA, WY – The 6th Annual Wydaho Rendezvous Teton Mountain Bike Festival runs Labor Day Weekend, September 4 through September 7, 2015, and brings to the Teton Valley a weekend of mountain biking activities that will cater to all levels and kinds of rider.
Locals call it "Wydaho" aka the Wyoming/Idaho border, and this region offers hundreds of miles of sweet singletrack trails, access to the nation's only USFS sanctioned downhill trail system on Teton Pass, great lift-access downhill mountain biking at Grand Targhee Resort, a top-notch dirt jump park and pump track, friendly, laid-back, mountain town atmosphere, outstanding scenery and the perfect summer alpine riding climate!
The 2015 WYDAHO Rendezvous list of events and festivities is jam packed:
Races include an epic Super D, Chainless DH and a Strava-run hill climb and cross-country competition.
For non-racers, check out the weekend's professional trials-riding show, live music, libations and camaraderie as well as tons of group rides ranging from short loops to epics, beginner to expert.
With your festival pass, you can enjoy 2016 demos from Pivot Cycles, Giant, Trek, Industry Nine Componentry, Santa Cruz, Intense Cycles USA, Breezer and Guerilla Gravity.
You'll have the chance to explore hundreds of miles of singletrack, race the infamous Targhee Super D as part of the Teton Dirt Classic, ride the chairlift, take a clinic from a highly skilled instructor, hop in a group ride or even take a yoga class or enjoy an onsite massage. Afternoon and evening activities are filled with music, great beer, kids races, incredible raffles and silly shenanigans. Be sure to check out our complete festival schedule in this guide so you don’t miss out on any of the excitement.
Festival passes are $85 for the weekend and include weekend lift tickets to ride Grand Targhee Bike Park, swag bag, raffle tickets, unlimited product demos, free lunch on race day for racers and more.
Click here to register and for more details on all package options.
Click here for the full schedule of events.