Pedro’s Mountain Bike Festival

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Pedro’s Festival – Fun in the Summer Sun for the Whole Family

Climbing Wall
Guess again if you think Pedro’s Festival is only for cyclists

Guess again if you think Pedro’s Festival is only for cyclists…

It’s an annual summer ritual for the diehard mountain bike fan but Pedro’s Festival offers much more than just great singletrack. This year’s Festival serves up a complete menu of fun in the sun activities for the whole family- from daily live broadcasts of the Tour de France sponsored by Trek, kids’ movies and the perennial favorite Bouncy Castle to morning yoga for a more serene start to the day – there truly is something for everyone.

Kids’ activities feature prominently in the Clif Bar Activities Arena where the youngsters can get in touch with their inner artist through numerous Bicycle Artwork projects. There’s a Bike Parade, a chance to craft their own Dream Catchers, get messy with S’Mores, find prizes in a Haystack Dive, and have lots of fun riding their bikes on any one of many kid-specific rides and contests.

In addition to grilling on the community grills and enjoying a cold brew in the beer garden, evenings at the Fest feature bike-in movies for both kids and adults, live entertainment nightly in the Dirt Rag entertainment tent, and Tour de France viewing with trivia contests.

Bead stringing
…or only for “big kids”

Naturally, the Festival also features lots to do for the bike-minded both on and off the bike. In addition to rides for all abilities and disciplines with pros like Alison Dunlap, Sue Haywood, Jeff Lenosky and Barry Wicks, IMBA’s Trail Care Crew hosts a beginner skills clinic, and other clinics are on offer too. You can learn the basics of suspension, how the pros tune their bikes, or attend a tech seminar with a pro mechanic.

For a complete run-down of the weekend’s schedule visit www.PedrosFest.com.

About Pedro’s Festival:
The 13th annual Pedro’s Festival will be held July 13th-15th in Hancock, Mass. Set in the beautiful Berkshire Mountains, this non-competitive cycling event offers three days of camping and outdoor activities for cyclists of all ages, skill levels and styles. The Festival also features live music, outdoor movies, kid’s activities, food, bike expo and family fun. For more information visit www.PedrosFest.com.

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