Hurricane Mountain Bike Festival

Hurricane Mountain Bike Festival

Hurricane Mountain Bike Festival

Prepare yourself for 3 days of rugged outdoor fun at the Hurricane Mountain Bike Festival, starting March 24th. Just like any festival, this one includes all of the goodies such as live music and entertainment, food, beer, and good company! With this festival being in such a prime location, you have access to all things Zion. In addition to bike riding, you can take the family horseback riding, go rock climbing, hiking, and take guided tours. With so much to do, there truly is something fun for everyone in the family so make it a whole weekend thing.

The weekend begins at Over the Edge Sports in Hurricane which is the starting point. Located at the base of Zion National Park, this is the ideal spot to begin the famous Little Creek and Gooseberry Mesa bike rides. Mountain bike enthusiasts, let it be known that Southwest Utah is the ultimate terrain for this athletic sport. This is the reason Hurricane is chosen as the host of this event for the 7th year and running. Hurricane is just a short 20 minute drive over from St George.

Over the Edge Sports is the host of this event and for $65, you are in for the weekend. However, there are other great price options for the event. There is a demo bike and shuttle bus wristband option which gets you access to available demo bikes and of course, the shuttle bus for rides. This option is $40. Click here for more information about the event and to find the schedule of events. It will be a weekend packed full of fun in the sun in beautiful Southern Utah.

When: Friday March 24th -Sunday March 26th

Where: Over the Edge Sports, 76 E 100 St, Hurricane, UT

Cost: $40-65

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