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Wydaho Rendezvous Mountain Bike Festival


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2011 Wydaho Rendezvous Mountain Bike Festival

Mountain Bikers from all over the west will be gathering in WYDAHO – Teton Valley, Idaho – for a weekend-long celebration of the sport. The event features mutiple daily cross country group rides for all abilities, skills clinics, bike demos, a downhill race, parties and more.


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Mountain Bike Races

Grand Targhee will host two races coinciding with the Wydaho Rendeavous. On Saturday, the action begins with the Downhill Race Series #1. The course features the most technical downhill descents including upper Buffalo drop, lower portion of Sticks n Stones, and is for intermediate to advanced riders. An entry fee of $30 includes registration and a BBQ.

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Grand Targhee 5-hour Cross Country Race is early in the morning on Sunday July 24th. A 5-hour race – the goal is to see how many loops can you do in 5 hours. Each loop will be about 10 miles, almost all on singletrack.

Click here to register online for races and events


Festival Events

  • Friday July 22nd
  • 9:00am
    Registration opens at the Hub in Driggs
  • 1:00pm
    Registration opens at Grand Targhee Resort
    Bike demos up and running
  • 1:00pm
    Advanced group ride – Red Creek
  • 2:00pm
    Intermediate group ride – Aspen Trail
  • 3:00pm
    Beginner group ride – Lower Mail Cabin
  • 6:00pm
    Friday night party opens at Grand Teton Brewing in Victor with music from The Outfit, food vendors, raffles, bike shenanigans, a trials riding “teaser” show and BEER.

  • Saturday July 23rd
  • 8:30am
    Downhill race registration opens at Grand Targhee Resort
  • 9:00am
    Beginner (Sheep’s Bridge), intermediate (Mill Creek), advanced (S. Fork Horseshoe to Mahogany), and DH group rides
  • 9:30am
    Downhill race training runs start
  • 2:00pm
    Beginner (Sheep’s Bridge), intermediate (Horseshoe Loops), women’s (Horseshoe Loops) and DH group rides
  • 5:00pm
    Saturday night party opens in Driggs with food vendors, raffles, auctions, bike shenanigans and more beer.

  • Sunday July 24th
  • 7:00am
    Registration opens at Grand Targhee Resort
    5-hour XC race begins at Grand Targhee Resort
  • 10:00am
    Beginner (Trail Creek Trail), Advanced (Red Creek), and DH group rides. Intermediate RipStoke clinic at Grand Targhee Resort
  • 2:00pm
    Beginner (Sheep’s Bridge) and intermediate (Rick’s Basin) group rides
  • 3:00pm
    RipStoke trials riding show at Grand Targhee Resort
    BBQ starts at Grand Targhee Resort.
  • 4:00pm
    Live music at Grand Targhee Resort with the Jet Black Ninja Funkgrass Unit.


Teton Valley Mountain Bike Trails

Trail Maps Plus features an interactive mountain biking guide for the Greater Teton Region. Here, we spotlight trails in Teton Valley. Double click on any icon for information about mountain biking trails in Teton Valley and Grand Targhee.


Ripstoke Clinics and shows

RipStoke Promotions is proud to present the RipStoke Mountain Bike Show. The performance highlights the most technical aspects of mountain bike riding. The company will also be holding specialized clinics designed to enhance riders skills. To register for any of the clinics, click here

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Saturday, 10am in Driggs – Beginner Clinic $15 advance/$20 day of
Saturday, 2pm in Victor – Intermediate Clinic $15 advance/$20 day of
Sunday, 10am at Grand Targhee Resort – Intermediate Clinic $15 advance/$20 day of
Sunday, 1pm at Grand Targhee Resort – Advanced Clinic $15 advance/$20 day of


About Teton Valley Trails and Pathways

Teton Valley Trails and Pathways (TVTAP) promotes a trails and pathways connected community. The organization brings together citizens, businesses, and local governments to expand the Valley’s opportunities for outdoor recreation and nature appreciation. TVTAP facilitates a Summer Trail Work day program which amasses over 1,200 hours of volunteer work annually in the National Forest. We also facilitate a Mountain Bike Festival as well races in the summer and winter to support our mission.

TVTAP Trail Day June 2011 from BridgetLyonsYoga on Vimeo.



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