• Date
    Friday November 6, 2020 at 2:00pm EST
    to
    Sunday November 8, 2020 at 5:00pm
  • Type
    Festival
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    O'Bannon Woods State Park, Indiana United States
    7234 Old Forest Rd, Corydon, IN 47112
  • Email
    obannonbikerunhike@gmail.com
  • Registration
    Open Paid
O'Bannon Woods Adventure Ride
Festival Details:

O'Bannon Woods Mountain Biking

O'Bannon Woods State Park & Harrison/Crawford State Forest has 40+ miles of trails for riding.  This includes both groomed and back country riding trails (Adventure Trail).  Our event will raise money for the O'Bannon Woods Mountain Biking Volunteers that maintain, improve, and build new trails.  Members of HMBA and Kymba are the sole trail builders.  

More About the Event

Camp Friday and Saturday Nights

Shared tent camping sites included
Have us hold your own sites or if you need RV camping - Available at registration 
Added this year is single day registration 
Ride Saturday and Sunday

We are changing our format this year in an effort to allow everyone attending feel safe. 

Online registration will be the only method for registering 

Led rides both Saturday & Sunday a.m. will be an option although this year we are encouraging everyone to gather in small groups to adventure out.  The trails will be well marked, however everyone should have Trailforks or MTBProject downloaded on their phones.



State Park Riding - 

Riding our State Park trails will allow for you to hone in your singletrack skills.  Expect singletrack that includes some jumps, drops, and rocks.  





Saturday Evening

Jump Jam - Join us at the bottom of Breeden Ridge and Potato Run

Saturday Night -

Drift Trike World Cup - Brought to you by On Your Left Cycles - TBD (we haven't ruled this out yet)





Adventure Ride -

Adventure Trail -  Ride the best trail in Indiana (okay we're bias), after you ride it we'd love to hear your feedback.





Beautiful back county riding (Have your camera ready for some great views and photo ops)

Ride above Blue River, Indian Creek, and the Ohio River

Expect full loop to be 23.5 miles and 4300ft elevation 

SAG Stop 

This year come well prepared -  No communal water or snack station this year.  

* Note -  All sections of the Adventure Trail will be ridable this year.

  Our team of volunteers have cleared all of the Adventure Trail.  Come prepared, which includes many snacks and plenty of hydration.  

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