San Juan Mountain Bike Festival
Festival Details:

Three days of mountain bike riding via chair lift and shuttled high country rides (permit pending), live music and numerous craft beer and spirits. This event will also include a demo program. We have invited many industry leaders in the world of mountain bike to have product at this event, so come on out and throw your leg over a bike or two and try a few accessories in the industry.This event is placed to maximize the viewing please of the fall color change in the Southwest corner of the state and to show case all the trails that Purgatory Ski area has been building for the past couple of years.

Registration packages will include several different options. Participants will be able to purchase different event packages to maximize all three days or just a day pass for each day. We will also be offering camping passes for tent camping, car camping and R.V. camping. Purgatory also have a wide variety of lodging options for hotels and condos.

If you like to ride bikes, drink beer and spirits and listen to music save the date for this event and get yourself registered. Speaking of which, registration will open for this event January 15, 2018.

This event does not have a maximum number associated with it, however the back country shuttling sucks.

We are starting to book craft brewers and distillers and bands We are planning on running music non-stop on Friday, saturday and Sunday. We will announce the bands as we book them but look for a wide variety of musicians as we are interested in diversity.

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