low angle view of cyclist riding mountain bike on rocky trail at sunrise
low angle view of cyclist riding mountain bike on rocky trail at sunrise

After a long winter, there’s nothing like spring in the desert! Red rocks.  Blue skies.  Wildflowers blooming.  Perfect time to pick out your new bike & test it on the world-class trails of Moab.

Dreaming about the latest bikes you’ve read about online or in bike magazines?  Here is your chance to actually ride and decide if it’s the new love of your life.

3 passes to choose from (if you win our I Love Mountain Biking Contest, you will receive 2 Full Demo Tickets!)

  1. Full Demo:  The whole shebang!  3 days of bike demos, 3 delicious lunches, shuttled rides, access to all Moab Brand trails, prizes & contests, parties, and beer for 2 evenings at the event!
  2. BYOB:  NO bike demos with this pass.  If you are certain there is no better bike than the one you own and you feel guilty even thinking about riding another, this is the ticket for you.  Bring Your Own Bike to Outerbike, enjoy the shuttled rides, access to all Moab Brand trails, 3 delicious lunches, prizes & contests, parties, and beer for 2 evenings!
  3. Social Card:  NO bike demos or shuttled rides with this pass.  Do you or a friend want to come to Outerbike, but not ride bikes?  The Social Card gives access to all 3 days of Outerbike event (except bike demos & shuttled rides) and enjoy the perks of Outerbike including 3 lunches, parties, and beer for 2 evenings at the event!

Storage bins are available at the Check-In Booth, if you’d like to leave some items while you ride.

Enter to win now!

March 31 – April 2, 2017


Location of Spring Outerbike:

Moab Brands (Bar M) trailhead
7000 Hwy 191
Moab, UT 84532

Directions:  Go 8 miles miles north of Moab on Hwy 191.  Turn right at the Bar M Chuckwagon and follow the signs to the BLM parking/trailhead and the Outerbike venue.

You may drive to the event and park in any of the free onsite lots. You may also take one of our free shuttle buses departing downtown Moab each morning. And of course you can always ride your bike. Free Valet bike parking 🙂

There are no age requirements for Outerbike. However, you must be 21 with proper I.D to drink at the beer garden.

Attendees are responsible for making their own travel and lodging arrangements (we will put you up for 3 days in a hotel)

Your registration includes admission to the demo event, shuttles, lunch each day, water and snacks, access to movies, parties and contests, free beer at the venue for the first 2 days and Outerbike swag. Attendees are responsible for making their own travel and lodging arrangements. You do not need a bike for the demo event, but bring your pedals, helmet, hydration pack and bike clothing.


Spring Schedule of Events (tentative):

Once you’re registered, you only need to check-in once to get your card and/or wristband.  

Thursday, March 30

5:00 – 8:00 pm         Registration and early Check-in (Moab Brewery, 686 South Main Street)

Friday, March 31

8:00 am                    Registration and check-in opens at event.  Get your card and wristband so you can play!

8:30 am                    Van shuttle leaves Moab Information Center (25  East Center Street) for the Outerbike venue

9:00 am                    Gates open & bike demos begin!

9:30 am -2:00 pm    Continuous shuttles to and from Amasa Back trailhead:  access to Hymasa, Captain Ahab, Pothole Arch, Rockstacker and Jackson trails.

Noon – 2:30 pm       Lunch!

3:00 pm                    Last shuttle leaves for Amasa Back trailhead

4:00 pm                    Beer! 

5:00 pm                    Demo event closes

5:30 pm                    Van shuttle from the Outerbike venue back to the Moab Information Center.

Saturday, April 1

8:00 am                    Registration and check-in opens at event.  Get your card and wristband, if you haven’t already.

8:30 am                    Van shuttle leaves Moab Information Center (25  East Center Street) for the Outerbike venue

9:00 am                    Gates open & bike demos begin!

9:30am – 1:30 pm     Continuous shuttles to Magnificent 7 (a.k.a Mag 7) trailhead:  access to Bull Run, Getaway, Great Escape, Arth’s Corner, Gemini Bridges and more!  Ride back to venue.

Noon – 2:30 pm        Lunch!

1:30 pm                     Last shuttle leaves for Mag 7 trailhead.

4:00 pm                     Beer!

5:00 pm                    Demo event closes

5:30 pm                    Van shuttle from the Outerbike venue back to the Moab Information Center

8:00 pm                    Official Outerbike PARTY!  Woody’s Tavern (221 South Main Street).  Live music provided.

Sunday, April 2

8:30 am                     Registration and check-in opens at event.  Get your card and wristband, if you haven’t already.  Van shuttle leaves Moab Information Center (25  East Center Street) for the Outerbike venue

9:00 am                    Gates open & bike demos begin!

9:30 am – 2:00pm    Continuous shuttles for Navajo Rocks trailhead.  Shuttle will also bring you back to venue.

Noon – 2:30 pm        Lunch!

2:00 pm                    Last shuttle ride to Navajo Rocks trailhead.  

4:00 pm                    Demo event closes

4:30 pm                    Van shuttle from the Outerbike venue back to the Moab Information Center.

DESCRIPTION

Test out the all of the latest and greatest bikes on the world-class trails of Moab, Utah. For three days, the world’s best bike and gear manufacturers will be set up at the Outerbike Expo site. You can walk through and see next year’s innovations, pick a bike you’d like to try and take it for a ride. Repeat as needed. There are 20 miles of connected loops that range from fun and easy to technical and gnarly. Your registration fee buys you access to the all the bikes, lunches, shuttled rides, beer, prizes, movies and entrance to our evening parties.

QUESTIONS:

Q:  Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

A:  There are no age requirements. You must be 21 with proper I.D to drink at the beer garden.

Q:  What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

A:  You may drive to the event and park in any of the free onsite lots. You may also take one of our free shuttle buses departing downtown Moab each morning. And ofcourse you can always ride your bike. Free Valet bike parking 🙂

Q:  What can/can’t I bring to the event?

A:  You should bring your shoes & pedals (if you ride clipless/SPD), helmet and your normal riding clothes. A Camelbak is also a great idea as many of the demo bikes do not have water bottle mounts.

No drugs or alcohol are permitted inside the event.

 

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