The HighPipe motorcycle festival is a three-day Sierra Nevada adventure, kicking off today Friday, June 9 and running through Sunday, June 11. Festival activities at the China Peak Mountain Resort near Fresno, California, will include motorcycle demonstrations, live music, movies-under-the-stars and custom bike shows.
HighPipe is open to all types of motorcycles, but with a focus on the rugged good looks and durable spirit of Scrambler-style machines.
- Motorcyclist Scrambler Rodeo
- Bridgestone Hillclimb
- Manufacturer demo rides from Honda, BMW and Ducati available
- Gear demos from Bell Helmets and Alpinestars
- Motorcycle movies (The Wild Angels and more!)
Registration is open until Sunday, June 11, with same-day attendance welcomed on Friday and Saturday. The cost to ride or drive into HighPipe is $10 per person, with payment options available on-site or in advance on the registration website. Ride-in and overnight space is limited.
Rooms at China Peak will be available, in addition to camping and RV sites for those interested in a full outdoor-experience.
“The festivities of HighPipe will bring together friends and family of all ages to celebrate the explosively-trending Scrambler style of motorcycles,” said Corey Eastman, Director of Consumer Engagement with Bonnier Motorcycle Group, the organizers behind HighPipe. “Almost all major manufacturers have a Scrambler bike now, and we feel it’s the perfect time to bring everyone together, at the perfect location in the Sierra Nevadas, to enjoy the excitement Scramblers represent. HighPipe is the first event of its kind, created to highlight the fact that few things are better than riding a motorcycle in the mountains.”