One of the Biggest Bike Demos in the Northwest!

Thinking about upgrading your ride? Try the latest and greatest bikes from your favorite brands and the Inland Northwest’s best bike shops all in one place. Test ride mountain bikes and e-bikes on miles of Camp Sekani/Beacon Hill cross-country singletrack and downhill trails or take a cruise on a variety of skinny-tire bikes on the paved Centennial Trail. Bike demos run from 9-6 on Saturday (last demo bikes go out at 5 p.m.) and 9-3 on Sunday (last demos out at 2 p.m.).

Spokane-area bike shops Wheel Sport, North Division Bicycles, The Bike Hub, REI, and Shred Sports Outlet will be on hand along with their respective brand partners offering demos of these and other brands:

Niner, Specialized, Giant, Pivot, Santa Cruz, Orbea, Juliana, Liv, Salsa, Ibis, Trek, Yeti, Kona, and REI’s Co-op Cycles.

Wheel Sport Hardtail Bikes:

Want to try a trail bike but don’t need a high-end full suspension bike? Try a hardtail (front suspension only) bike that is perfect for most of the trails around Camp Sekani and the Spokane area from Wheel Sport, one of the Inland Northwest’s largest bike shops. You only need an Adventure Pass to hit the trail with one of these awesome demo bikes

REI Bike Demos:

This is the first time Spokane REI will have Co-op bikes at Spokatopia. You and your family can ride Co-op hybrid bikes and 20-inch and 24-inch bikes on the Centennial Trail. If you prefer Beacon Hill, try out the new full-suspension Co-op DRT mountain bike. REI will showcase the new rental and demo fleets available at Spokane and other REI locations. REI is proud to have a full service shop, rentals in biking, camping, climbing, and paddling, and expert staff who can help fit your bike to you.

Please note, to be able to try out demo bikes from most of the above shops and brands this year, you will need an Expert Bike Pass ($40 online in advance, $50 at the event). REI’s Co-op Cycles bikes and Wheel Sport’s hardtail bikes (front suspension only) require an Adventure Pass ($7 online in advance, $10 at the event). Find more ticket info here.

Play in the Spokane River—Try Paddleboards, Kayaks, and Canoes

Splash around in the lake-like waters of the Spokane River at Boulder Beach and cool off on different types of inflatable paddleboards, kayaks and canoes from local shops and national brands. Watersports demos run from 9-6 on Saturday, with last demo boats going out at 5 p.m., and 9-3 on Sunday, with the last boats going out at 2 p.m.

With your Spokatopia Adventure Pass, you get unlimited access to these awesome boats and boards: Stillwater Outdoors inflatable paddleboards (the same ones rented by Fun Unlimited on the Spokane River, inflatable stand-up paddleboards from Red Paddle Co.(sold at REI); Spokane Parks & Recreation’s fleet of canoes, kayaks, and paddleboards (Sunday only); and SUP Spokane’s inflatable paddleboard fleet. You can also paddle around on stand-up paddleboards and kayaks from the General Store, including boats and boards from Lifetime, Riot, and Solstice.

With a Spokatopia Expert Water Sports Pass (or VIP All-Access Pass), try top-of-the-line water sports equipment from Spokane’s local outdoor gear shop Mountain Gear all weekend long. Demo boats Mountain Gear will have on hand this year include Wenonah Itasca canoes, Wilderness Systems Pungo 120 kayaks, Hobie Eclipse SUPs, the 2019 Hobie outback fishing kayak, and Hobie pro angler 12 fishing kayak.

Please note that unlimited access to water sports demos all weekend long this year requires an Adventure Pass ($7 online in advance or $10 at the event) for all demo water sports gear except the high-end demo boats and boards that Mountain Gear will have on hand, which requires an Expert Water Sports Pass (or VIP All-Access Pass).

Find more ticket info here.

What to Bring for Demos

Bring your own helmet, a current ID, and your riding gear for bike demos and a swimsuit, towel, and ID for water sports demos (life jackets provided).