Experience Out-Of-This-World Terrain with evoTrip

Mar 31, 2016 at 10:31
by Paris Gore  
evo Announces Newest Adventure Travel Trip – Bike The Moon

evo moon trip

(April 1st, 2016 - Seattle, WA ) Lifestyle and actions sports retailer, evo, has announced their latest adventure travel trip offering mountain bike and travel enthusiasts to bike the moon. As the saying goes, shoot for the moon and land among the stars. Welcome to the future of mountain biking as adventure travel reaches new heights.

The moon is host to out-of-this-world terrain with gravity-defying features like moon-dusted lava flows and rocky crater airs. All levels of bikers welcome! You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to have a great time on this trip. From painless crash landings to lunar hang time, the Moon is the mountain biking destination you won’t want to miss.

bigquotesevo really eclipsed the competition on this one. The dehydrated food, the private transportation via rover and space shuttle, not to mention the astronomically low price... a trip of a lifetime for sure! - Neil Legstrong

We'll have six days of incredible riding as we explore the poles. For this trip, we recommend a larger volume tire bike like the 27.5+ Devinci Hendrix. At one-sixth of Earth’s gravity, there’s no weight penalty on the way up and big airtime on the way down. evoTrip Bike the Moon is a guided vacation that includes six days of incredible riding and lunar exploration that is sure to please any adventure-seeker.

3 Reasons to Join Us:

1. Out of this world terrain: The moon is host to 14.6 million square miles of gravity-defying features like dusted lava flows and rocky crater airs, entirely accessible via guided rover expeditions.

evo moon trip

2. Stellar atmosphere: From authentic astronaut cuisine to celestial cocktails & comets with locals, you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to have a great time on this trip.

evo moon trip

3. It’s the moon… At 1/6th the Earth’s gravity, enjoy weightless climbs, massive airtime, and painless crash landings as you lay tracks that will last until the end of time.

evo moon trip

Learn more about our newest evoTrip offering - Bike the Moon.

About evo:
evo is an innovative action sport and outdoor lifestyle retailer with roots in the Pacific Northwest. evo’s focus on community and crafting extraordinary customer experiences has propelled the company from its humble beginnings in a small Seattle apartment to one of the fastest growing lifestyle retailers in the nation. Over 15 years, evo has grown from its strong online presence to open flagship stores in Seattle, WA and Portland, OR that proudly showcase evo’s trademark blend of sport, culture, art, retail, and service. Through evoTrip, customers can experience the evo lifestyle of sport and culture through destination travel to ski, snowboard, or mountain bike remote wonders around the world. Leveraging our success to give back, evo helps underprivileged children through volunteer time, donations, and other support for local and national non-profit organizations including The Service Board and Big Brothers Big Sisters. For more information on evo and its programs, please visit evo.com

Photos: Paris Gore / @parisgore


  • 50 0
 Better hurry a bill in congress in 2013 makes the area around the lunar landing; the Lunar National Park a Wilderness Area.
From the NPS "Creating such a park will expand and enhance the protection and preservation of the Apollo lunar landing sites, the bill states, "and provide for greater recognition and public understanding of this singular achievement in American history."
Look for major areas to be closed to bikes! The IMBA has been silent on the issue.

  • 13 1
 So you're saying we'd have to have the bill amoonded?
  • 7 0
 I think he's suggesting congress are a buncha lunartics.
  • 18 0
 "It’s the moon… At 1/6th the Earth’s gravity, enjoy weightless climbs, massive airtime, and painless crash landings as you lay tracks that will last until the end of time."

I am in! Smile
  • 22 0
 In! I'm a little concerned about the lack of oxygen but I'm sure they have it covered
  • 3 0
 1/6 the grip though, so you'd better keep to stunting. Though I heard if there was a swimming pool on the moon you'd be able to leap out of it like a dolphin, which I think could be a future business venture.
  • 3 0
 you could run 1.5 psi and you wouldn't flat
  • 17 0
 SRAM currently working on a moon specific axle width.
  • 14 0
 Send Rogatkin there, he'll show us how to triple cashroll ! ^^
  • 10 0
 But it would be so slow downhill
  • 2 0
 pedal harder
  • 8 0
 Might be the only way I could still jump my age.....
  • 5 0
 when did trees and snow appear on the moon? Does that mean we could build skinnies and huge moon-booters too?
  • 4 0
 Only if I can take Matt Damon with me. That dude knows how to survive in the most extreme conditions.
  • 4 0
 very skilled poop farmer.
  • 4 0
 Just go to Sudbury!
  • 1 0
 Probably a really stupid question, but would the air suspension on a mountain bike be sealed enough to even work on the moon?
  • 1 0
 aparently they have found some plants on the way....
  • 3 1
 Lol April fools
  • 1 0
 hahahaaha april fools! xD
  • 1 0
 We landed on the moooooon!
  • 2 1
 Mars is better........they have green women with 3 breasts each !!!
  • 1 0
 Yeah but jester from top gun will be hunting you for two weeks
  • 1 0
 I only ride moon.
  • 1 0
 I moon when I ride
  • 1 2
 Definitely. ????
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