Join us for another weekend at one of the top-rated trail networks in Pennsylvania, the Allegrippis Trails, and celebrate mountain biking! Your registration gets you access to demos on the latest and greatest bike products, shuttle service, skills clinics, group rides, live music Friday and Saturday nights, kids rides, educational seminars, evening movies, free digital subscription to Dirt Rag Magazine and more.

Your Pennsylvania registration supports the Allegrippis Trail System. Every year, Dirt Fest donates a portion of its proceeds to the Friends of Raystown Lake, caretakers of the trails and bike park. The event has donated over $80K to the trails over the past eight years, which keeps them open and maintained.

Location: SUSQUEHANNOCK 6145 Seven Points Drive HESSTON, PA 16647-9227

Camping:

Arrival: Friday, registration opens at 11:00 a.m.

Departure: Sunday by 5:00 p.m.

If you would like to arrive, Thursday contact our event coordinator for instructions: trina@dirtragmag.com *There will not be shuttle service on Thursday.

If you are sleeping on the Susquehannock Penninsula camping area you must purchase onsite camping. This includes; sharing a tent with a friend, sleeping on a camp table, using a hammock, etc.

Camping offsite:

Arrival: Friday, registration opens at 11:00 a.m., expo opens at 1:00p.m.

Places to book offsite, reservations have to be made separately:

Fires:

Trash:

Parking:

Parking passes are very limited this year as we work with the Army Corp of Engineers to lessen our event impact on the campground. We are asking attendees who are purchasing a parking pass to please consider your fellow mountain biker and look to have one vehicle per three people. The lessening of impact goal also means some minor changes to the event for those who have been coming for the past eight years (♥!). The big top tent will be up at the expo this year to help free up some camping space and open a few more parking spots. We are also going to end the evening with music and a movie at both the expo area and a movie (no music) at the Amphitheater for those camping at the Seven Points Campground.

Folks who are camping at Susquehannock and do not purchase a parking pass but bring a vehicle will need to park at the auxiliary lots near the Seven Points Visitors Center. A temporary parking pass will be given for you to set up your tent, drop off your stuff; throw on your riding gear because there are some great trails on the south side and one of the Dirt Rag staff favorite trails heading back to the expo, Stony!

There will be limited parking in the Baker's Hollow Parking Lot that is near the Susquehannock campground entrance. Registration check-in will be at the top of Susquehannock Road so park in this lot, walk the 20-feet through the trail and check in here. Our goal is to make this parking lot available to folks picking up their registration packets and as many non-camping attendees as possible, especially those with kids. #morekidsonbikes

Those purchasing an event-only pass may long-term park for free at the Seven Points Visitors Center lot and either ride trails or take the shuttle bus to the Susquehannock Expo area. Shuttle service starts running Friday at 11:00 a.m..

 

Houseboats:

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Refunds:

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Make sure to check out Dirt Fest West Virginia, July 12-14, 2019 at the Big Bear Lake Trail Center.

WE NEED VOLUNTEERS TO HELP US MAKE THE EVENT GREAT! With a total of 12 hours over three days, 4 hours a day, you get entry to the event, primitive camping, a group of new friends and the satisfaction of contributing to growing the mountain bike community. Click here to sign up as a volunteer.

Sponsors and Exhibitors:

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or joining our expo area, please contact: trina@dirtragmag.com