An annual event that welcomes mountain bike enthusiasts to the front gates of spectacular Southern Utah scenic trails, the Hurricane Mountain Bike Festival doesn’t disappoint. The OTW crew headed south to the community of Hurricane, Utah with a truckload of crowd control barricades and mountain bikes to set up the event and gear up for an amazing, adrenaline-filled weekend.
So, what’s the connection between world class mountain biking trails and our crowd control barricades? Here are a few ways our event gear sets us apart.
Sponsorship and Wayfinding Opportunities
Bike aficionados at the Hurricane Mountain Bike Festival could see where to roll next with these wayfinding signs. The signs are useful for all kinds of directional information.
The signs are mounted with simple hardware and are super easy to install. They are significantly less expensive than vinyl signs and much quicker to print. OTW Safety offers design and printing services and can even install signs prior to shipping barricades.
OTW was able to participate in a special sponsorship this year. We donated all the Silipint cups available for purchase at the festival. Profits from the sale of the indestructible cups went to the Dixie Mountain Bike Trails Association.
These barricades weigh only 33 pounds when not filled with water or sand. This makes them heavy enough to withstand winds but light enough for almost anyone to move on their own. Multiple configurations are possible as the barricades includes a second connection point, allowing three barricades to be connected at the same point. This feature is useful for creating queues and marking off boundaries. The barricades can also be staked through the flag hole to soft surfaces like grass when it’s necessary.
OTW Barricades are an asset for indoor and outdoor events as well as a variety of venues. With so many unique features the versatility of this barricade is unparalleled.
Hit the Trails
Our team is ready to ride and explore the vast terrain and seventy-degree weather here in Hurricane, UT (sorry not sorry, snowy SLC!).