Festival Details:

When: May 12
What: An invite to the Salty Dog Street Festival
Where: Salmon Arm, BC
May 12, Salty Street Festival
During the Salty Street Festival and Bike Industry mini Trade Show, we look forward to Rocky Mountain’s continued support and event participation, with both product and bike demos. The Salty Dog has been running strong since ‘01, with 700-750 participants annually. More importantly, Salty weekend helps to expose these riders and another 700-800 event spectators to new bikes, bike gear and the experience of mountain biking
Salty Dog racer package pick up and the Salty Street Festival run simultaneously the day before the Salty.
For the sixth year in a row, the Salty Street Festival continues to grow. We have a full contingent of bike industry leaders at the Street Festival, which allows us to put on a bike industry mini trade show with Shimano gear, Giro and Bell helmets, and bikes and products by Kona, Norco, Giant, and Rocky Mountain with demos at the Salty Start area. Along with local community vendors, Sun Peaks and Silver Star Mountain resorts, Shuswap Tourism, Shuswap Trail Alliance and Shuswap Bike Club all set up booths in the Street Fest. Events running alongside the Street Festival include: run bike parade, junior pump track and kids play zone, 4H Amazing Race for kids, Shuswap Bike Club’s biggest bike swap in BC, live music, petting zoo, WaterWay House Boat Shuswap house boat vacation entry draw for the 6 hour riders valued at $3000, along with local trail info. The Festival is advertised to both our community, and Salty Dog participants. Past visitors here for the Salty Dog are from the lower mainland of BC, Pentiction, Invermere, Prince George and all over the interior of BC, as well as Canmore, Calgary, Lethbridge, Edmonton, Yukon, NW US, and Ottawa


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