Miracle Mile Records in partnership with Rock the Bike and Shasta Living Streets is taking the 2018 Festival in a whole new direction! The Miracle Mile Stages in the fountain area will be powered entirely by people on stationary bikes! This is truly green power in action and will be the first time our region has experienced the energy of pedal power literally “powering” live music!
There are (13) extraordinary teams ready to bring this new energy to the Miracle Mile Stages from 11am to 5pm.
Make plans to bring your lawn chair, your friends and enjoy a day filled with AWESOME music, inspiring exhibitors, great food, cool drinks, craft beer and lots of amazing information and activities: Saturday April 21st 11am to 5pm
Rock the Bike Teams:
**Bikers please be sure to be at the Rock the Bike Check-in located in the large fountain circle in front of the main stage at least 15min before your start time! Be ready to HAVE FUN and BE FLEXIBLE!! Start times may vary a little bit! Teams will be competing for prizes in 3 categories: Best Dressed, Most Enthusiastic, and Most Wattage Produced
11:00am Go Shasta!
11:30am Enerider Bunnies
12:00pm MTB Team
12:30pm Rockin’ Wright Ed
1:00pm GHD Goes Green!
1:30pm Mayor’s Mountain Bike Team
2:00pm Shasta Land Trust
2:30pm United Shasta
3:00pm The Electric Horsemen
3:30pm Recreation Rockers
4:30pm D2 Wheelers
5:00pm SFYMCA Indoor Cycle Team
Rock the Bike is based in the Bay area and has spent the last 13 years developing Pedal Powered activities that help everyday people experience their power to make change. Miracle Mile Records has been the power behind the high caliber of musicians who have graced the fountain area stages for the past 4 years. The 2018 Festival is set to rock the north state area with a nationally recognized headliner band as well as the amazing independent artists and musicians recording under this local independent record label. Shasta Living Streets is a local organization dedicated to building better bikeways and trails, walkable cities and vibrant public places in Shasta County. Established in 2010 by a handful of enthusiasts, Shasta Living Streets has grown considerably, innovated new programs and services, helped shift public and agency vision and direction, and supported projects that have brought more funding, better policy, and breakthrough change to our community.
Click on the link below to view a complete list of 2018 Exhibitors: