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Let's Ride!
The Bike Festival is on! Join us Saturday, June 11 at Kincaid Park. Registration is open now! 


Mountain biking can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. Worried about getting lost on the trails? Need more rad people to ride with? Perhaps you just want to corner better and have more fun on rides. We get it! 


This one-day festival was designed with you in mind.  Sign up for a custom skills clinic and make friends at your same level.


The Bike Festival is your day! Come to ride bikes, make new friends, and have fun! If you joined us before, you may know how taxing 2, 90 minute clinics of riding can be. Consider signing up for ONE of the skills clinics and then round out your day with maintenance classes, shopping merchants in our Vendor Village, or getting a massage at the Self-Care station.

Every body rides! This mountain bike festival is for all FTWN-B riders (Femmes, Trans, Women, Non-Binary), including Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC), LGBTQ2+ folks, undocumented folks, people with disabilities, and riders of all sizes.


Come as you are and leave a better rider! Skills clinics will provide a structured learning experience in small groups for riders at all levels. The clinics will cover topics like body positioning, technique, and how to ride over obstacles. Our coaches are experienced local riders trained by a Certified Professional Mountain Bike Instructor! Read more here. 

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No longer fear getting a flat! Participate in hands-on classes with professional mechanics to learn about proper bike maintenance, suspension, chains and derailleurs, common trail repairs, and how to change a flat. Bring your bike and experience the satisfaction of wrenching on your own bike!



In addition to your bike, bring your lawn chair and enjoy each other's company. Families, partners, and friends are welcome. Visit the self-care station for a massage or visit a nutritionist, or grab your friends to snap a selfie in the 360 booth, enjoy lunch from Sweet Caribou and bring your water bottle to fill up from the AWWU tank.

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We're excited to partner with Into The Woods this year to provide childcare for moms who want to shred! While you enjoy an afternoon of skills, friends and self-care, your little one(s) will have their own mini-bike festival with outdoor discovery and guided rides. Space is limited - reserve your spot now! Get more info and sign up here.



Saturday, June 11 | 12:00-6:00 P.M.

Doors Open: 11:00 A.M.

Child Care (Into The Woods): 11:00-6:00 P.M.

Get more info about child care with Into The Woods here!

Skills Clinic Block 1: 12:00-1:30 P.M.

Skills Clinic Block 2: 2:00-3:30 P.M.

Skills Clinic Block 3: 4:00-5:30 P.M.

Check in at least 30 minutes before your first clinic.

Vendor Village: 11:00-5:30 P.M.

Help us thank the sponsors that support MTB for Women!

Self-Care Station: 12:00-6:00 P.M.

Snacks, photo booth fun, and chill vibes.

Lunch: 1:30 P.M.

Grab a Sweet Caribou salad when it' works for your schedule.

Mechanical Classes: Every ~30 minutes, 12:00-5:30 P.M. (lunch break 2:30-3:00)

Learn to fix a flat, adjust your drivetrain, set up your suspension, and maintain your bike! No reservations needed, just swing by.

Ice Cream Social: 5:30 P.M.

Mmm... a dessert to end your day - Wild Scoops ice cream is back!

Event Concludes: 6:00 P.M.

Ride on, friends! 

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Session 2 of Skills Clinics and Group Rides meet. Rides start at 3:00 PM!  

Register early to guarantee your spot at the festival - tickets are expected to sell out! Tickets are $75 and include year-long membership to the Arctic Bicycle Club as well as lunch, bike education, small group coaching, and a good time! 

If you face financial or other barriers to participation, we've got you! We're reserving some tickets at no cost for those who need them. Check out the registration page for more info.


Anchorage - June 11, 2022



Need to contact us? Email 


The Bike Festival wouldn't happen if not for our Sponsors! These businesses and organizations care about getting more women mountain biking. Show them your support when shopping locally! 

Can we count on your support? Sponsorship opportunities are available for 2022! Reach out to Natasha at Thank you!

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