Western Spirit Cycling Tours has organized a consumer outdoor bike demo that they’ve dubbed “Outerbike.” According to Bike Radar, several bicycle brands have already signed up for the Moab demo days over the weekend of September 30 to October 4. Because this comes right on the heels of Interbike, the vendors just send their trailers of demo bikes straight to Utah from Las Vegas.

There’s no connection between Interbike and Outerbike. I wonder if Nielsen Media has sent a Cease & Desist to the Outerbike organizers yet.

Western Spirit is charging $150 for four days of hitting the dirt on as many bikes as you can get your hands on from Specialized, Trek, Breezer, Maverick, Ibis, Kona, Santa Cruz, Cannondale and other names.

You can also spend $30 for a weekend pass to the Sea Otter Festival coming up April 15-18 in Monterey, California and do pretty much the same thing, although the trails out at Laguna Seca raceway aren’t nearly what’s available in Moab.

More at Outerbike.com. More at Bike Rumor.

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