WYDAHO aMTB Rendezvous 2022
This event is the climax of our aMTB season every summer! A fully inclusive mountain biking festival at one of our favorite locations, Grand Targhee. Expect clinics lead by adaptive riders, cross country and downhill riding and demos of the latest adaptive gear.
At this event, longtime adaptive mountain biking (aMTB) riders and newbies connect with gear, programs, grantors and most importantly each other. Riding together for two days far from cell service, work and other modern buzz kills.
What you need to know for WYDAHO 2022:
All participants will register through the main festival portal Wydaho website here.
Adult Festival Pass registration run through:
- Be sure to purchase a lift ticket if you’re interested in lift access downhill riding
- DO NOT pay for camping, Teton Adaptive has that covered
- When checking out, be sure to check the box asking if you are an adaptive athlete or part of an adaptive program
Adult Festival Pass Pricing:
- $100 (March 1 – April 30)
- $125 (May 1 – June 30)
- $150 (July 1 – Sept. 4)
If you have any questions following registration please reach out to:
Festival Director Tony Ferlisi for more information on accessibility, info, etc. at: email@example.com
More information and sample schedule here.
Ready to register for Wydaho?
Please sign up online at the Wydaho website. Be sure to purchase a lift ticket if you’re interested in lift access downhill riding. DO NOT pay for camping, Teton Adaptive has that covered! When checking out, be sure to check the box asking if you are an adaptive athlete or part of an adaptive program.
Need More Information?
Want to learn more about WYDAHO Adaptive Rendezvous? Click here for a sample schedule, map of Targhee and area Google map, local info links and FAQs!
If the fee makes the event inaccessible for you, don’t fret, we have scholarships available for those who qualify. Fill out the Google form to check.
Sign Waivers Online
If you haven’t signed the waiver and liability release agreement and media agreement this year, you can do it online now! English and Spanish available.
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