Revolution Bike Fest – Demo, Race & Ride Bikes November 9-11

Revolution Bike Fest

What is Revolution Bike Fest?

Revolution Bike Fest is a World-Class Bike Festival in our backyard, from the creators of Over the Hump MTB Series and is taking place November 9-11, 2018 at Castaic Lake, CA.

Revolution Bike Fest organizers explain, “People ask “Like Sea Otter?” That would be a big compliment, but if it helps….picture a mini Sea Otter.  We like to say it’s Over the Hump on Rocket Fuel!

Join in for a Can’t Miss Weekend of Fun:

  • Friends
  • Bike Demo & Expo
  • Kid’s Activities
  • Races 
  • Camping
  • Ride Trails & Roads
  • Pump Track
  • Live Music 
  • Beer Garden
  • HUNKR – Gravel / Road / Dirt Event


  • GENERAL ADMISSION FESTIVAL ACCESS : $10 a day, $20 for the weekend. Demo Bikes, Beer Garden, Clinics, Samples, Clinics, and Exhibitor Offerings.  Kid’s under 11 Free.
  • RACES: 100k Gravel HUNKR, Kid’s Race, Mountain Bike & Electric Bike- $15-79  (Includes General Admission Festival Access)
  • CAMP-  FREE CAMPSITE CREDIT of $40 when you race both the 100k Gravel HUNKR and Mountain Bike Race at Revolution Bike Fest.
  • DON’T CAMP? Click Hotels link for nearby RBF lodging options.
  • KID’s FEST – Keep the kid’s attention all weekend: inflatable bounce, contests, evening movies, pump track, scavenger hunt and more.


Head out to the Revolution Bike Fest, for a fun weekend and off-the-hook bike festival weekend celebrating life on 2 wheels. Road and MTB races, bike demos, clinics, awesome food and beer, good times on the bike, and an experience you won’t forget.

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