Cycling and Mountain Biking
Bikes abound at Wagner Subaru Outdoor Experience! Try one at the Mountain Bike Loop, Tot Track, Pump Track, or Try Cycling (helmets and signed waivers required). Be sure to catch one of the BMX or Trials Stunt shows. You can also ride to the event and get premium free parking at the valet bike parking in the heart of the event.
Dialed Action BMX Stunt Team
The Dialed Action Sports team will wow you with entertainment throughout the weekend. Be sure to check out the high flying action as the BMX pros show us some of their amazing skills. Watch as they take to the box and jump, flip, tail whip and Superman across the sky. You won’t want to miss it!
Special Appearance by Huck Kurinsky from Bay Village, Ohio
Huck Kurinsky, Huffy’s first Youth Ambassador, will ride with the Dialed Action team. At just 8 years old, Huck is already quite the decorated rider, currently ranked #1 in the world for his age group. He’s the only 2-time USA BMX Freestyle State Champion for Ohio in HISTORY, and is currently undefeated this season being 7 for 7 in the National Series. Huck is spirited, hard-working, and truly loves the sport of BMX. Huffy is proud to be represented by Huck, and loves getting to support him as he shows the BMX world how to #LiveTheRide!
- Currently undefeated this season as he’s 7 for 7 in the National Series
- Only 2-time USA BMX Freestyle State Champion for Ohio in HISTORY!
- Currently ranked #1 in the world for his age group
- Participating in National Finals in California in a couple of weeks, which, if he wins, will make him back-to-back National Champion and 3X Ohio State Champion
Chris Clark Bike Stunt Show
The Chris Clark Bicycle Stunt Show was developed to inspire children and young adults to find an active, healthy passion and use their desire to constantly improve as a means for keeping their lives on track, making healthy decisions and surrounding themselves with like-minded friends.
During his high energy presentations, professional cyclist Chris Clark shares his story of growing up with a passion for cycling and how he used that passion to make friends, stay healthy, and even as an excuse to avoid the peer pressures all children face.
Each presentation focuses on responsible practice techniques, incremental increases in difficulty, and the importance of helmet safety.
Following the speaking portion of the program, Chris demonstrates what is possible with hard work and dedication with an exhibition of the skills he has developed in his years of national and international cycling competition. Attendees see first-hand what can be achieved when you stay safe, stay healthy, and follow your passion.
Mike’s Bike Park Pump Track
Test and build your skills on the Pump Track, sponsored by Mike’s Bike Park. This rolling feature will be a blast as you practice basic mountain biking skills such as body position, leg work, turns and more.
Riders will practice how to balance and handle their bikes, skateboards and scooters on this flowing course. This pump track is set up at MoMBA at Huffman MetroPark between Memorial Day Weekend and Labor Day Weekend.
Mountain Biking Loop
Borrow a bike and test your mountain biking skills on log overs, ramps, bends, elevated treads, skinnies and rock gardens.
Borrow a bike and take it for a quick spin on the Mad River Trail or Creekside Trail, part of the 340+ miles of the Nation’s Largest Paved Trail Network
Balance bikes have no pedals and are the perfect bike for teaching your toddler to ride today! Once your child can walk and stay balanced, she can learn to find her balance point on a bicycle. Balance bikes are a revolutionary approach to teaching children ages 2 – 6 how to learn to ride a bike without training wheels. Area supported by Black Pug Bike Repair.
Valet Bike Parking sponsored by Cyclotherapy
Ride to the event on the Mad River Trail and get primo parking in the middle of the festival! Register your bike at the Bike Parking check in and Cyclotherapy staff and volunteers will watch your bike for free during festival hours.
Please visit our information or waiver tents to sign a Risk and Release waiver, or download and complete a waiver to bring to the festival. Those under 18 years old must have a parent/guardian sign the form.