September 2, 2016

7th Annual Teton Bike Festival

Register for the Wydaho Rendezvous, Teton Mountain Bike Festival in the cool Teton Mountains today!

Pro Clinics

Join one of our fundamentals clinics, with Professional Instructors!


Bike Skills Clinics

Are you looking for simple instruction and pointers on the trail while having a great time, the intensive clinics answer the call with multiple sessions. Stop in for a quick refresher with a professional bike clinic before you hit the trails, or gain a progressive increase in your riding skills with plenty of time to grab a brand new demo bike and hit the trails on your own.

100's of Demo Bikes

Try before you buy, take a lap to change it up, or just learn about what is happening in the bike industry from the pro demo technicians!


Bike Demos

Come ride the very latest right before Interbike, and get the scoop on what to ride! The Wydaho Rendezvous always has top-rated bikes and wheels for festival pass holders to demo for free throughout the weekend!

Wind Down & Shake It

We have put some great entertainment together to keep it going at the end of the day!


WYDAHO Live Music

WYDAHO Returns with Live Entertainment Wydaho Rendezvous, Teton Mountain Bike Festival returns September 2-5, 2016 to celebrate its 7th Anniversary. This year’s live music lineup includes: Saturday Night: Rock Creek Band  They have been around for awhile and are known to play a mix of Acoustic Blues, Grateful Dead, and Country Rock Sunday Night: Cadillac Band:  Sure to get you off your feet and on the dance floor! Both shows are free and will take place at the Trap Bar & Grill between 7:00pm and 10:00pm on Saturday and Sunday.  All ages are welcome!

Teton Riding Stories

Read through some of our regions bike stories to fire the stoke for riding at the Wydaho Rendezvous, Teton Mountain Bike Festival.

Recommended Gear for Rides & Clinics

Each rider is responsible for his or her own well-being, and to ride within his or her skills- and ability-levels.   The lowest spot in Teton Valley is 6100' above...

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A rolling Stone on Otter Slide

Once up there, Joe and Ryan did the first ever downhill runs on off road hand cycles at Targhee! It was one of the most incredible experiences for all of...

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