Singletrack Mind Festival 2017
Festival Details:

You know the drill by now

Lock your doors and hide your granola bars. The rumbling sound you hear is the frantic race of chewed up trail shoes, gnarled bike knobbies, semi-flat camper tires and the collective howl of loaded down Subaru wagons descending on the hills of Two Rivers Bike Park.

Trailspring is proud to announce the FOURTH annual Singletrack Mind Festival taking place Labor Day Weekend (September 1-3rd) and benefitting TrailSpring - a nonprofit focused on funding and creating trail building opportunities in the Ozarks. This epic three-day event, expected to attract thousands of attendees from across the nation, hosts over a dozen bike races, trail runs, kid's zones, live music, camping, bonfires and a nonstop immersion in the culture of natural surface trails.

This year will bring back the well-loved Enduro, Trail Run, and Slopestyle Competitions! We will round out the weekend with an XC race on Sunday as part of the UFD series!

In true STM fashion, we will bring back as many vendors as possible, awesome music, beer, food and fun for the whole family!

Schedule:

Friday-
Gates Open
Open Race Course Pre-Ride
Open Airbag Practice
Opening Ceremony and Dinner
Bonfire
Real Encounter Stunt Show
RedBull Movie Night

Saturday-
Sunrise Yoga
Gravel Grinder Ride
Trail Run Races (10k and a Heavy Half)
1-mile Family Fun Run
Vendor Expo
Suspension Workshop
Kid's Zone
MTB Skills Clinic
Enduro Race
Slopestyle Competition
Sunset Group Run
Live Music by The Mixtapes

Sunday-
Sunrise Trail Run
Sunrise Yoga
Vendor Expo
Kids Zone
XC Race
MTB Skills Clinic

Registration GO LIVE- May 5th!

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