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WYOMING/IDAHO: Wydaho Adative MTB Rendezvous! (Sep 3-5)

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  • WYOMING/IDAHO: Wydaho Adative MTB Rendezvous! (Sep 3-5)

    Sign up online for Wydaho Adaptive MTB Rendezvous!

    Wydaho Rendezvous Mountain Bike Festival September 3-5, 2021

    This event is the climax of our aMTB season every summer! A fully inclusive MTB festival at one of our favorite locations, Grand Targhee. Expect clinics lead by adaptive riders, cross country and downhill riding and demos of the latest adaptive gear,

    At this event, longtime aMTB riders and newbies connect with gear, programs, grantors and most importantly each other. Riding together for two days far from cell service, work and other modern buzz kills.

    What you need to know for WYDAHO 2021:
    • You will register through the main festival portal Wydaho website here. Cost for a festival pass is $100, lift access is an additional $60. CHOP CHOP! IT WILL SELL OUT!
    • Please forward us your confirmation email from the festival and we will follow up to plan camping, bike demos and other logistics with you.
    • DO REACH OUT if the $160 fee makes the event inaccessible for you, we have scholarships available.
    • DO NOT pay for camping through the Wydaho site, TAS has that covered.
    The schedule is very fluid right now but evolving. In general it will be this:
    • Friday September 3rd Expo area opens for Happy Hour and expanded lift service for participants
    • Saturday and Sunday Sept 4th/5th Clinics, Group Rides, Shuttle Services, Lift access, Demo bikes, Evening shenanigans
    The festival is a bit pared down this year due to many companies canceling in-person marketing events for all of 2021 but for those of you that have been here for the weekend, you know the riding will be epic, beer cold and people amazing.
    *For those of you who rolled your registration status forward to this year’s event, we will contact you soon and get you registered.More information and FAQs can also be found on the TAS website ( or by contacting Joe Stone (
    Dave Bexfield