Welcome to FloatLife Fest 6! We're back where it all started for 2023…Western North Carolina! The full version of the largest Onewheel gathering on the planet takes place this year at Camp Grier in Old Fort, North Carolina, September 14-17, 2023.
FLF 6 is hosting races on the amazing manicured single track and paved greenways of Camp Greir Grier in Old Fort, NC. Camp Grier offers something for everyone of every skill level and is perfect for some serious downhill racing on our new “built just for Onewheel” custom head to head race course! That’s right! We’re working with The G5 Trail Collective and Camp Grier to build a custom 1/2 mile long finals course! It’s going to be epic! We'll also have group rides, the FLF Onewheel park and ramps, technical riding clinics with Pro riders aka “Float with the Pros”, vendors, prizes, live stream of the event and a real good time with friends we haven't seen in a while...or maybe haven't even met yet. We’re excited to meet you all! Let’s go!
Come float with us at Camp Grier in Old Fort, NC and experience everything Onewheel at FloatLife Fest 6!
The 2nd Annual FLF Rider Of The Year Awards is a platform that highlights and showcases the best in the world of Onewheel from freestyle, big drops, lines, films, photos and creativity from the sport as a whole. The Awards are peer-voted by both the sports’ best brands and the community at large to honor the cinematography, photography, and athleticism in the sport. We are incredibly excited to pay tribute to the best of our community and sport!
Male Rider of the Year: Those who have risen above the rest in 2023.
Female Rider of the Year: Those who have risen above the rest in 2023.
Rookie of the Year: Looking for the new kids on the block who are making a name for themselves.
Best New Trick: Must have occurred after September 15, 2022.
Best New Film: Film must be 10+ minutes in-length and first released after October 1, 2022.
Best Clip: Less than 1 minute and must have occurred after September 15, 2022..
Wipeout of the Year: OneWheel carnage must have occurred after September 15, 2022..
“For the Sport” Award: Organizations doing awesome things for the OneWheel community.
Photo of the Year: Epic OneWheel photos taken in 2023.
• Nominations must be submitted by August 31, 2023 by 11 PM PST.
• Trick, clip or crash must have occurred after September 15, 2022.
• Film must have been released since October 1, 2022.
• One nominee can have more than one entry in the trick, clips, film and crash categories.
• Film, clip, photo and crash submissions must include a downloadable link or email the media to FLFrideroftheyear@gmail.com with name of nominee in the subject line.
• When submitted, you release the right for FLF to use the footage in promotion of FLF ROYA.
• Final public voting will occur September 2nd - September 11th 11PM EST.
• Winners will be announced at FloatLife Fest 6 on Thursday, September 14, 2023 at the 2nd Annual Rider of the Year Awards at FLF 6 in Old Fort, NC..
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Rhododendron Lodge offers 4 large Group Rooms with 5 Bunks Beds in each room. These share communal bathrooms per 2 rooms and large commons area in the center of the cabin with a fireplace, couches and a kitchen.. We recommend 5 adults per room. 2 Car passes come with each room reservation. No dogs or smoking allowed in cabins. Bring your own linens, pillows and towels
Poplar lodge is a large cabin with 8 rooms, shared commons area with fire place, couches, a kitchen and communal bathrooms at the ends of each hall. Poplar has 8 rooms available with 2 bunk beds in each room. 1 car pass comes with each room reservation. We recommend 2 adults per room. No dogs or smoking iallowed in cabins. Bring your own linens, pillows and towels
Primitive Cabins have 5 sets of bunk beds. We recommend 5 Adults per cabin. This allows a bunk to store gear and a bunk for sleeping per person. The priimitive cabins have bath houses with showers and restrooms (1 bath house per 2 cabins) They also have outside fire pits. No dogs or smoking allowed in cabins. Bring your own linens, pillows and towels
Are you one of those people that can’t live with out your car for a home base? Or maybe your RV is your home? We have very limited onsite car camping and RV sites. This allows you a parking pass during the festival at your camp site. We ask that cars and RVs remain at camp sites for the duration of the fest once inside except for emergencies. There are no RV hookups (must use your own generator). Class B and Class C vans/motorhomes UNDER 24 ' ONLY.
Camp Grier has a few special group camp sites that come with 4 car parking passes, fire pit, covered group picnic area. Great for a group up to 10 people comfortably. +Generators are allowed (not included) and may be a good idea for charging multiple boards at camp.
Are you one of those people that can’t live with out your car for a home base? Or maybe your RV is your home? We have very limitied onsite car camping and RV sites. This allows you a parking pass during the festival at your camp site. We ask that cars and RVs remain at camp sites for the duration of the fest once inside except for emergencies. There are no RV hookups (must use your own generator)
Affordable onsite camping from Wednesday, Sept 13 until Sunday, September 17. Primitive campera may set up lakeside or in designated primitive camping areas around camp. Primitive camping parking will be located offsite but easily accessible onewheel or shuttle. Primitive camp ticket allows for Thursday entry at 8am.
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FloatLife Fest 5 Highlights (Mass Start Race, Wheel Fun Races, Streetstyle and more)
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