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Get your tickets for a great weekend!

Online pre-registration is now closed but you can purchase demo passes on site. If you're not planning on demoing bikes, simply show up and have fun (ticket purchase not required).

This is our largest community STOKE and fundraising event of the year! And this is the first time we've been able to do it in two years!

All funds raised go towards building and maintaining the trails you ride, and making Washington the Best Place to Ride!

Buy/renew your membership now!

Buy your Demo Pass

Space is limited so register now to secure your spot. Prices will increase for on-site registration (if space is available).

Evergreen Members: $25 (online pre-event registration)
Non-members: $35 (online pre-event registration)
Day-of (members and non-members): $40 (on-site registration)

All demo bikes are first-come, first-serve.

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Please note:

  • There are no kid bike demos planned - only adult-sized bikes will be available.
  • Demos are first-come, first-serve - you are not guaranteed the ability to try all bikes.
  • Riders must provide a helmet - there are none to borrow or buy at the event.
  • Bring your pedals if you don't want to use flats.
  • Demo bikes are not for races - all racers must compete on a personal bike. Demo bikes will not be allowed.
  • Demo passes are not full-day rentals - demo rides should be limited to 1 hour or less per bike.

Online pre-registration is now closed but you can purchase demo passes on site. If you're not planning on demoing bikes, simply show up and have fun (ticket purchase not required).

Reserve your Camping

Camp site options:

  • Tent (walk-in): $20
  • Van/Small Trailer/Small RV: $40

Please note:

  • All site fees include two nights (Fri-Sat) and no single night sales.
  • Tent campsites will be walk-in only (min 200'). Parking is not directly adjacent to your site.
  • Spaces will be assigned a first-come, first-serve basis onsite - no saving of areas for others. If you want to camp together, you must show up together.
  • Your van/trailer/RV must fit into a 12x24' space - only one van/trailer/RV per space.
  • This is a dry camp - no water, electricity or hookups will be available. Porta-potty toilets will be nearby for your use.
  • Only one vehicle per camping registration. Extra vehicles will be allowed to park on-site or may be directed to off-site overflow parking.
  • No wood fires - propane fire pits are ok.
  • Please leave your pets at home! We love dogs and trail dogs, but please leave them at home for this one.
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West Sound Gravel Grinder Race

Presented by REI

Saturday, June 18

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The West Sound Gravel Grinder, presented by REI, will be a fun 20/40 mile loop around the Port Gamble Heritage Forest. Racing will take place on gravel roads, fun new green single track and some classic ones.

Racing is open to anyone 10 and older with categories for men, women, youth, beginner, sport and expert.

A Gravel bike is recommended but not required.

West Sound Enduro Race

Presented by REI

Sunday, June 19

For 2022 there will be up to five stages traversing the Port Gamble Heritage Forest Park from North to South, out and back. The tracks will include some classics and brand-new trails for racers to test themselves on. Online registration only, limited to 150 racers.

There will be no food or water on the course. Racers must carry all the food and water needed to complete the race. Neutral mechanical support from REI and Evo will be available at the start and on course. Expect 3-4 hours to complete the race.

What is included:

  • Professionally timed race
  • Well marked course
  • Medals and podiums for the top 3 in each category

Race Categories

  • Beginner and Sport riders have four stages. Riders should be comfortable riding blue trails. However, there will not be any mandatory features.
  • Expert and Open will be racing five stages, and riders should be comfortable with some challenging trail features and a mandatory gap on Cool Runnings. There will be some loose and tricky sections to navigate.
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Festival Shuttle

Sponsored by Sacred Rides

Saturday, June 18 & Sunday, June 19

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Adventure MTB Tour provider Sacred Rides wants you to leave the car behind and walk or ride onto the Edmonds ferry. Their skilled and exceptional guides and staff will meet you in Mike Wallace Park adjacent to the Kingston Ferry terminal and load your bike for a quick (15 min) van trip to the festival.

Space is limited and RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.

Please click the button below for further details, including the schedule.