Be a bike demo maniac, testing as many of the latest and greatest bikes as possible.
Or bring your bike you already own and love, still do all the trails and shuttle rides.
Or just show up, not even throw a leg over a bike, yet still enjoy hanging out and drinking beer with your friends!
How does Outerbike work?
Choose your Outerbike location. Moab vs Crested Butte vs Bentonville or Sun Valley. We know. It's a hard decision!
Pick your pass. Choose between the Full Demo, BYOB (Bring Your Own Bike), or get the Social Card to just hang out and still be part of the fun.
Decide what the best bike is. With the Full Demo pass, you get a card to check out the demo bikes. Repeat as needed. Whether it's a demo bike or your own beloved bike, put it to the test on the world-class trails. Take it for a spin on the trails close to the venue, hop on a shuttle to a classic Moab trail or make laps on the bike parks of Crested Butte and Sun Valley.
Have fun! Bring your friends & family, hang out at the event, and have fun! Browse the latest bike innovations and stick around for happy hour (included in all passes)! Lunches are also included with your pass, which are fresh, healthy & delicious!
Stay tuned. Once you sign up, you'll get emails with Outerbike updates and happenings, such as bike clinics and full-day guided rides (Whole Enchilada, anyone?) at the Fall Moab Outerbike.
What else do you need to know about Outerbike?
You should bring your shoes & pedals (if you ride clipless/SPD), helmet and your normal riding clothes. Be prepared for the elements, including sunscreen, warm layers, wind jacket, etc. A hydration pack is also a great idea as many of the demo bikes do not have water bottle mounts. Water is available at the event.
KEEP SINGLETRACK SINGLE! Moab's dirt is alive and very fragile. The desert dirt is made of fragile biological soil crust and can take hundreds of years to develop. Keep all wheels on the trails and be mindful of precious desert resources when passing people.
There are no age requirements for Outerbike. However, you must be 21 with proper I.D to drink at the beer garden. You're welcome to bring your family, but please know this event is targeted for adults.
Attendees are responsible for making their own travel and lodging arrangements. Camping is not allowed at the venue sites, but all areas have camping options close by.
We are capping registration on all events, so register now to guarantee that you get in!
Please review our registration information & policies on our Registration page below before signing up.
No drugs or alcohol are permitted inside the event.