Race takes place on the City Creek Trail Head South Grant. Beginner, Sport, Expert and Pro divisions. Post race lunch on Saturday, June 10 at Centennial Park catered by Sand Trap.
Racers will receive a custom Pedal Fest hat.
Cash prizes for singlespeed and open class top three M & F
Medals for top 3 in each age category for each class
5:00 p.m. — Hot Rock Registration
5:45 p.m. — Hot Rock Junior Race - Ages 9-14 (5km trail) $10
6:00 p.m. — Hot Rock Kids Race
Ages 0-8 (Pump Track) FREE
6:30 p.m. — Adult mini bike race (Pump Track)
7:00 p.m. - Racer Check-in
7:30 - 8:30 a.m. Racer Check-in
9:15 Racer Meeting
9:30 Open class (27 miles)
9:35 Expert class (27 miles)
9:45 Sport class (17 miles)
10:00 Beginner (12 miles)
11:30 - 2:00 p.m. Lunch
2:00 Awards, Prizes and Raffle
Awesome swag including t-shirt and Raffle ticket
$1000 Cash Prizes for open class!
Prizes for top 3 in each class!
Who we are:
A collection of trail biking enthusiasts with a passion for outdoor recreation, competition, and common vision for celebrating the use of our unique outdoor trail resource!
Pedal Fest Vision:
All community members have ample opportunity to participate in a healthy, vibrant, and sustainable outdoor recreational lifestyle through the use of a safe and well-maintained Pocatello trail system.
Pedal Fest Mission:
Provide resources (money and labor) to help promote, maintain, and improve all trails in the greater Pocatello area.
Primary Annual Goal:
Conduct an annual bike race which:
• Will raise funds to support the vision & mission of Pedal Fest.
• Will offer a variety of fun, competitive events for many biking disciplines and all skill levels.
• Will be the “best run” bike race in the Intermountain West and a “destination” event for the community.
• Will work cooperatively with the City of Pocatello for the use of the City Creek Management Area to conduct the race.
Secondary Future Goals:
• Solicit individual trail sponsorship from area retailers and provide recognition signage.
• Actively determine community trail needs and make them a reality through the donation of labor and materials for:
• New bridges
• New signage
• Trail maintenance
• Water quality improvements and erosion prevention for our local waterways
• 6 successful races
• Purchased an equipment-tote to assist back-country trail maintenance, chain saw and other trial working tools.
• Purchased and installed new, permanent City Creek trail maps/signs.
• Created a kid’s BMX Course (Pump Track).
• Conducted several bridge replacements in the City Creek Trail System.
• Establish Pedal Fest as a “not-for-profit” 501(c)(3) corporation.
• Over 1000 man hours contributed to the Sterling Justice Trail.
• New trail signage for city creek trails and Sterling Justice Overlook
• Bike bridge for the Portneuf Health complex bike park