Quincy, California, is located in the northwestern Sierra mountains. It began as a Gold Rush community in 1858. The downtown area offers quaint coffee shops, restaurants, bars and art galleries.

The closest major airport is Reno-Tahoe International, about 1.5 hours away followed by Sacramento and SFO. Bay Area residents should plan on a scenic, four to five hour drive.


Main Entrance:

Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds
204 Fairground Rd, Quincy, CA 95971


RV Entrance:

If you paid for hook ups, RV Entrance is located at the back of the fairgrounds off of Lee Road. Take Quincy Junction Road from Highway 70, turn right onto Lee Road. Look for first Grinduro flag on your right. Someone will be there to greet you.



Grinduro’s Art and Bike Show is basically a curated collection of our favorite, mostly-bike-related things. It’s two parts handmade bicycle display, one part art exhibit, one part independent craft fair and one part bike shop.

It includes some of the most interesting and elaborate works of art in cycling. We showcase the independent artisans and the iconoclasts who rarely get the spotlight at traditional trade shows and bike events. In addition to the bike exhibit, we’ll have work on display from some of our favorite artists, photographers and craftsmen.

We will announce our 2019 Grinduro California builders and artists soon.


We believe that bike riders’ health, attitude and performance is directly related to the foods that they eat, so we have amazing food planned for the weekend.  Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all included with race entry. For the rest of the weekend we will have various vendors on site selling food.


We’ll have live music on the Grinduro main stage and will announce the full lineup for 2019 soon!


Got a Tent? We love campers! So there are plenty of grassy areas and tucked-away spots for your tent. And if you’re registered to ride, camping is included at no additional charge. Note: A campsite is limited to 1 tent and no hook-ups are included.

Got an Adventuremobile? If you plan to camp with your vehicle (no RVs or anything over 25’) we have a dedicated camping area for your vans, truck campers, roof top tents and other cool rigs. And if you’re registered to ride, camping is included at no additional charge. Note: A campsite is limited to 1 small vehicle (under 25’) and no hook-ups are included.

Got an RV? If you plan to roll in with an RV and/or anything over 25’ and/or need hook ups, you will need to register for an RV campsite via the registration link. RV entrance is located off of Lee Road.

Got Friends and Family Joining You? Friends and Family are encouraged to join in the fun. Make sure they get the Friends & Family Campsite pass if they will not be sharing a tent with you. The new Friends & Family Campsite Pass is $30 for the whole weekend (Friday 12 noon thru Sunday afternoon) and includes a site for 1 tent or vehicle (under 25’, no hook ups) with up to 4 people, plus access to the pop-up shop, concert and dance party, bathrooms and showers and other services on-site at the Grinduro Village. Friends and Family Passes can be purchased through the registration link.


Join the inner circle of Grinduro staff by volunteering!

Grinduro volunteers receive the following perks for helping us pull this event together, all while having one helluva good time.

  • Free camping at the Grinduro grounds
  • Free event T-shirt
  • Behind the scenes perspective

We need all kinds of volunteers to help.  We’ll post a more detailed list soon.