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MBoSC is happy to announce yet another successful Santa Cruz Mountain Bike Festival (SCMBF) presented by MBoSC and FOX. Running at an all-new venue — San Lorenzo Park in downtown Santa Cruz — on April 11-12, 2015, the popular community-minded … Continue reading
The Santa Cruz Mountain Bike Festival — running April 11-12 at San Lorenzo Park in downtown Santa Cruz — is MBoSC’s biggest fundraiser, and was created to celebrate the world class mountain bike facilities, riders, and cycling industry of Santa Cruz county, with … Continue reading
bike demos • skills clinics • poker ride • aerial jump bag • vendor fair • kids’ area • beer garden • food court • raffles • after-party • & so much more!
Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz (MBoSC) is happy to announce a new venue for the Santa Cruz Mountain Bike Festival (SCMBF), which will return to its roots in the city of Santa Cruz. Now in its sixth year, the festival will run at San Lorenzo Park on April 11-12, 2015—the weekend before the Sea Otter Classic in nearby Monterey. Continue reading
The Santa Cruz Mountain Bike Festival was created by Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz to celebrate the world class mountain bike facilities, riders, and cycling industry of Santa Cruz county, and to raise funds to support local bike projects. This family-friendly … Continue reading
MBoSC projects are funded by YOU. Invest in your riding future — your donation will create more mountain biking opportunities in Santa Cruz County! Donations of any amount make a difference and are greatly appreciated. That said, the first thirty $100 … Continue reading