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Posted: Thursday, June 27, 2019 9:00 am

SkyPark will host the 2nd Annual SkyPark Bike Fest from Friday, June 28, to Sunday, June 30, at Santa’s Village in Skyforest.

The event is modeled after the well-established InterBike Show, and Bill Johnson, manager of SkyPark at Santa’s Village, believes there is a demand for hosting a SkyPark Bike Fest for Southern Californians.

The SkyPark Bike Fest is designed for mountain bike enthusiasts, retailers, manufacturers and affiliates in the mountain bike industry. There will be clinics, rides, industry speakers, exhibitors, training sessions, pro-signings and networking at SkyPark during the event.

“The SkyPark Bike Fest is a three-day mountain bike celebration,” Johnson said. “We are excited to bring such a great industry event back to the mountain for the second year. Bike Fest is designed for families, beginner mountain bikers, and industry pros alike.”

The Bike Fest will include a main festival area with bike demos, special buys and mountain bike lessons for all levels.

“Customers can mingle with the industry leaders to ask direct questions and they can get feedback on the direction the sport is taking. By embracing our local businesses, we help create a thriving world market right here at home,” added Johnson.

This year’s exhibitors are Giant, Liv, Rocky Mountain, Specialized, SRAM, M1 Sports Tech Nik, Eminent, HT Components, Onza Tires, Factor to name a few.

The SkyPark Bike Fest is a place where all levels of the mountain bike community can come together and represent their field of expertise and interests.

“Whether you are a new or experienced rider, the trails at SkyPark at Santa’s Village are an exciting place to mountain bike with friends. Bring the family and enjoy our attractions such as a zip line, rock climbing wall, archery range, hiking trails, fly fishing and roller skating,” Johnson said.

Annual pass holders and Lifestyle Pass holders will be admitted to Bike Fest for free, all others will need to pay a daily admission fee of $42 if ordered online.

“Bikefest attendees can ride bikes, talk to industry people and also enjoy our live concert on Friday evening featuring Simple Man,” said Brad Lofland, Director of Marketing.

SkyPark at Santa’s Village is a mountain destination for the entire family to have fun on and off the bike! The park also has a bike shop with mountain bike rentals, bike service and repairs, two restaurants, a pub, coffee shop, bakery, candy and ice cream shop and Sky Trading for shopping.

SkyPark at Santa’s Village is located in Skyforest along Highway 18, a 10-minute drive from Lake Arrowhead Village. For more information on Bike Fest, concerts or ticket information, call (909) 744-9373 or visit SkyParkSantasVillage.com.

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