12:00pm Cranks Opens
Campers and Day participants may begin arriving. Please check in at office.
12:00pm Food Vendor Wabi Sabi Kitchen open
2:00pm REI Campsite opens for the weekend
Stop by the campsite to check out latest gear for camping and learn different skills. A campfire will be going with hammocks up to chill out in. Also a cornhole game will be set up so swing by for a game or two!
3:00pm Group Rides (arrive Vollers 2:50)
4:00pm Group Rides (arrive Vollers 3:50)
Beginner ride Around camp
8:00pm REI S’Mores Campfire
Across from Shower House. The Crew from REI will be supplying the ingredients for everyone’s favorite campfire treat!
7:30pm Demo Lights from Niterider and Black Diamond
At the camp office. Bring ID and CC. Please join the 8pm Night ride or use Guided Loop. Night riders must stay on camp trails.
8:00pm Night Ride arrive 7:50
Ride on the Reservation: Bring a bike light, flashlight, and water. Meet at Office.
8:00pm Movie Night across from the Shower House at Cabin 5
Bring munchies and favorite beverage to watch some cycling themed cinema!
7:30am Food Vendor Wabi Sabi Kitchen open
8am Lucky's Revenge Course Group Ride
Advanced level 25 miles on Allamuchy's most technical terrain. for info on loop.
8:40am Kids Activities
Drop off at Dining Hall located at the waterfront. Festival staff will take care of your kids while you are enjoying a group ride. Activities will include arts/crafts, fishing, hiking, biking, nature walk, and more! Please pick up your kids by noon. Send them with water bottle.
9am Festival Opening Ceremony
Meet at Vollers field with fellow campers to officially start the weekend.
9am Group Rides(arrive Vollers Field 8:50)
Expert Allamuchy with Jorba’s Marc Perez 3hrs
(limit 15 sign up at Jorba tent)
9:15am Group Rides (arrive to Vollers at 9:05)
Intermediate Women’s Stephens Ride
Intermediate Deer Park
9:30am Group Rides(arrive to Vollers 9:20)
Novice Camp and/or Stephens
11:00am Kids MTB Ride around the camp (dining hall) arrive 10:50am
1:00 REI Repair Clinic (office area)
1:30PM Group Rides (Vollers 1:20)
Advanced Deer Park and Stephens
2:00pm Group rides(arrive Vollers 1:50)
2:00-7:00pm Open Swimming at the Waterfront
Under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
2:00pm Cognition Endurance Sports Coaching Intermediate to Advanced Skills Clinic
(Sign up at registration table, limit 16 riders)
Looking for some new skills to help conquer the challenging Allamuchy terrain? Join the Cognition Coaching crew for an Intermediate/Advanced skills clinic. After a brief refresher of critical fundamental skills, we'll move on to each of the skills required for riding the type of terrain you will find throughout Allamuchy. Topics to be covered include cornering, wheel lifts, navigating switchbacks, small drops, and more. Limited to the first 16 riders that sign up upon arrival. Meet at Vollers field up past the Red Barn
2-4:00pm REI Campsite Classes (office)
Two classes to choose from: Campfire Cooking and Camping Basics. With the cooking class, everyone will be able to make their own baked apple desert (cored/sliced apples, sugar, cinnamon, and gronola) over the fire.
6:00pm Beach Party BBQ
Join your fellow campers at the waterfront for some lakeside fun. Bring your favorite beverage (solo cups provided) and enjoy some free grub to fuel Sunday’s rides.
7:00pm Smashmallow Tour S’mores Campfire
Behind the OA lodge next to boating area at Waterfront
7:30-9:30pm Dining Hall Dance Party Dj spinning music for whole family to get down to! Bring your favorite beverages and we will supply the glow sticks!
7:30am Food Vendor Wabi Sabi Kitchen open
8:45 Kids Activities
Meet at Dining Hall
9am (arrive Vollers 8:50)
9:15am (arrive Vollers 9:05)
Intermediate Deer Park
9:30am (arrive Vollers 9:20)
Novice/Intermediate Ride Stephens
11:00am Kids MTB Ride (dining hall arrive 10:50)
11:00-2:00pm Open Swimming at the Waterfront
12:00 Potluck Picnic at the Waterfront
Bring all your leftovers or prepare a dish to share with your fellow campers.
1:30pm Group Rides (meet Vollers 1:20)
6:00pm Cranks Closes
Trash to dumpster in back of dining hall.
Thanks for joining us! See you next summer!
-Participants can reach the event organizer Dan Brodeen at 570-977-0874.
-Day participants may be on property from Friday 12-10pm, Saturday 8am-10pm, and Sunday 8am-5pm
-Please no cars traveling through campsites after 9pm and before 7am. If you plan on traveling between 9pm and 7am please leave your vehicle in the lot.
-Children under 15 must have parent/guardian at waterfront. Swimming only during posted hours. Lifeguards on duty have final call on area usage.
-The no pets rule will be strictly enforced.
-Firewood is free. Located at Pole Barn (south end parking lot behind the health lodge) Wheelbarrows will be available for transporting wood.
-Ice for your coolers is free and available in the dining hall courtyard after noon Saturday. Please use only what you need, supplies are limited.
-Please keep beverages in cups when not in campsites.
- There will be a bike washing station at the shower house.
-Drop off for kids activities is 8:45am at the dining hall located by the waterfront. Send kids with water bottle to kids activities. A snack will be provided. If your child wants to join the bike ride please bring their bike and helmet.
-All rides will be no drop but please be courteous and ride at the appropriate skill level. *Use our ride rating system to determine which rides are best for you.
-Group Rides are subject to change and rides may be added or subtracted based on attendance.
-Night Ride meets at Office. Arrive at least 5-10 minutes before start.
-Kids Rides leave from dining hall
-Campfire Friday located by shower house and cabin #5, Saturday behind the OA lodge (next to boating area of waterfront).
Ride Rating Categories
BEGINNER- Beginner rides are on dirt roads and short trails on the camp property. These rides are a good way to get familiar with the shifters and controlling the bike.
NOVICE- Novice rides are on single-track trails with short ups and downs but not a lot of overall elevation gain. Rides include rolling over logs and rocks.
INTERMEDIATE- Intermediate rides are on single-track trails and include significant elevation gain, rocks and logs.
ADVANCED- Advanced rides add technical features and more miles to the ride.
EXPERT- Expert rides include all of the above at a faster overall ride pace and greater mileage. Rides may include Rolly Polly and Lumpy Bumpy.
***Remember to always wear your helmet on camp property!***
***ALL RIDES START FROM VOLLERS FIELD
***The schedule is tentative and subject to changes.***