Last year was a smashing success and for year two the SDMBA Laguna Trail Fest presented by ZOIC Clothing is growing. Join us for a lively yet intimate gathering of our trail loving friends riding rad bikes, sitting by the fire, sleeping in tents, and sharing good times presented by ZOIC Clothing. Ride the beautiful rolling meadows and woods of Big Laguna Trail with a guided group or explore on your own. Try a demo bike from a variety of manufacturers including Ibis, Giant/Liv and featuring Your Best Ride Demo Tour with Marin, Evoc, Sena Helmets, Goodyear Tires, and MucOff. 100%, Bicycle Warehouse, Maxima Oils and more will fill up our Vendor Camp. Velofix will be camping with us to keep things running smoothly. Enjoy a shuttle ride back to camp with The Beaten Path after your descent down Noble Canyon. Sit in the shade in the REI camp lounge and soak in the Mount Laguna vibes at El Prado Group Camp with a cold Sierra Nevada beverages for those over 21.
The SDMBA Mount Laguna Trail Fest operates under permit on the Cleveland National Forest
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