Day two of the 2018 Sedona Mountain Bike Festival was one for the books. It was by far the busiest day yet for the festival, now in its fourth year. The opening gate was packed, with a line stretching off into the horizon and all the brands saw a massive flood of excited riders wanting to ride the newest and best bikes on the market.
With rumors of well over 2,000 festival participants, this was definitely a day for the record books!
A full day to start day two of the festival. The gate was packed with excited riders.
Transition was one of the busiest and most popular brands at the festival.
The Vida Women's clinic was full to the brim this year, with over 120 ladies working on riding skills and strengthening the community of women riders.
The man behind the megaphone, Matt Mcfee, did an amazing job of herding kittens all weekend and making sure the shuttle vans were full.
It's all about balance and keeping your head up. Posse Grounds make a perfect place to fine tune your riding skills.
Mountain biking - fun at any age!
Plenty of thirsty riders and plenty of water to quench that thirst.
Up and over those fears to build confidence.
Nick Smolinske of Rogue Panda Designs shows off some unicycle skills at the pump track.
Ladies were in full force all weekend as part of the Festival and Vida Clinic.
This year's festival saw several fun events, including the tricycle race.
No shortage of good views here in Sedona.
Packed house for Saturday afternoon music and brews.
Tricyle race champion?
Fun to be had on and off the bike!
Ryan Leech pushing his bunny hops.
As the second day wraps up at the festival, a handful of riders take in the views and golden light at the bike park.
Floating into the end of day two.
That's a wrap on day two!
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