As the current pandemic situation continues to run its course, events across the world are still needing to adapt or reschedule. Such is the case with the HighPipe Motorcycle Festival. The scrambler-esque event was originally planned for July 17–19, 2020, at the Mountain High Resort in Wrightwood, California, but it has now been announced that it will be rescheduled to November 6–8, 2020, and relocated to Stagecoach Trails in Julian, California.
With its location in the scenic Laguna Mountains, Anza-Borrego Desert, and Cleveland National Forest, the Stagecoach Trails promise to offer spectacular riding from any direction. About an hour and a half from San Diego or just under three hours from Los Angeles, a weekend full of riding on Julian’s surrounding paved or dirt roads awaits. The new location is still set to host the same activities and features that were originally scheduled (i.e., test rides, mob runs, scavenger hunt, axe throwing, bar games, skills course, ride-in bike show, vendors, live music, delicious food and brews, and, my favorite, a Julian pie eating contest). Camping and these activities will also now take place in the same location as well.
If you have already registered for the original timing in July, that registration will automatically be transferred to the new date and your original registration confirmation can still be used to pick up credentials on-site in November. If the revised timing no longer works with your schedule and you would like to request a refund, contact the Box Office via email at ParticipantRegistration@bonniercorp.com or reply to the email received from the Box Office staff. Refund requests must be received no later than Sunday, July 19, 2020.
For more information, visit highpipemoto.com.