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SITE # GROUP NAME 1 RMBA Volunteer Site 2 Niner Sidebar 3 EXPO 4 EXPO 5 EXPO 6 EXPO 7 FOOD 8 Butler Wobble 9 Team America 10 Scohenge Family Reunion 11 ERX 12 LIVE MUSIC 13 LIVE MUSIC … Continue reading
We’ve finalized the schedule for Dirt Fest 2014. Click here to see all the skills clinics, group rides, beer school, musical acts, and a whole heap of good times.
Light up the night with Lupine on the official Dirt Fest night ride Saturday night at Dirt Fest. They’ll even have a limited number of lights to demo, so be sure to stop by their booth early and sign up!
Mountain bike racer, coach and salsa connoisseur Sue Haywood has signed up to lead the women’s-only rides and skills clinics, presented by Zoic apparel. “I am stoked to be a leader for the women’s rides and women’s clinics at the … Continue reading
May 16-18, 2014 The annual celebration of bikes called Dirt Fest takes place on a hilly, chimpmunk-infested peninsula in Raystown Lake, Pennsylvania. There are 34 miles of fast, fun, flowing trails known as the Allegrippis Trails System just a few … Continue reading
While Dirt Rag is of course your favorite mountain bike magazine, our friends over at Mountain Bike are pretty cool too, and they stopped by Dirt Fest and had nothing but good things to say: The trails here have been … Continue reading
We love reading about how visitors enjoyed themselves at Dirt Fest. Sounds like we converted another to the joys of mountain biking! Becoming a Dirt Rag at the Dirt Fest by Erika Durham Fat tires for stomping through the roots … Continue reading
Miss out on the good time, or just want to re-live the magic? Check out this video we put together from Dirt Fest 2013. What was your favorite part of the fun? Dirt Fest 2013 from Dirt Rag Magazine on … Continue reading
Our fourth annual Dirt Fest, presented by Scott Sports, at Raystown Lake, Pennsylvania, was once again the best ever. A huge thank you to all who attended—friends, fans and exhibitors—you’re the ones who made it so great. There were nearly 2,500 registered attendees … Continue reading