Mountain Biking Trails Archive - Ride Oregon Ride

  1. Alsea Falls Trail System

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    For more details, visithttp://www.mtbproject.com/trail/6020203/alsea-falls-trail-system-whistle-punk-to-springboard-loop Overview This 9.5-mile network stands out through the artistry of specially designed, mountain-bike-optimized flow trails.…

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  2. Cape Blanco to Port Orford

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    This beachride, ideal for fatbiking, starts at Cape Blanco State Park and ends in Port Orford. You couldtechnically start in Port Orford, but the best way to ride this route will really depend on the prevailing wind direction. If you are riding…

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  3. Smith Rock (River, Burma, Summit Loop, Wolf Tree Trails)

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    This trail system offers some of the unsurpassed views of the scenic Smith Rock area, with the pleasure and pain of accessing those views on two wheels. This ride connecting several trails involves some technical sections, some of them on…

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  4. Horse Butte Trails

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    Directions From Bend head out to SE 27th St and go south toward the dump. Just south of the dump turn left onto Rickard Rd. About a mile down take a right onto Billadeau. Follow that which turns into Horse Butte Rd. About 1/4 1/2 mile after it…

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  5. easyCLIMB Trail Network

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    For more information, visit theNorthwest Trail Alliance detail…

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  6. Oregon Outback Trail

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    Take your mountain bike all the way from Klamath Falls to the Columbia River Gorge! This route is the site of theOregon Outback event:a 360-mile dirt odyssey across the Beaver State. For GPS, visithttp://ridewithgps.com/routes/3672491.…

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  7. Wagon Road Trail

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    Directions From Salt Creek Summit, cross FS 39 west to the trail. This 5-mile-long, intermediate to advanced single-track trail can be ridden as an out and back or as part of a loop. The route passes Devils View Trail (under development) and the…

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  8. Fields Peak Trail

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    Directions From John Day, travel west on US Highway 26 for approximately 18 miles to Forest Service Road (FSR) 21. Drive south on Forest Service Road 21 for approximately 8 miles to Forest Service Road 2100115. There will be a sign along the road…

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  9. Horse Ridge Trailhead

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    Head east from Bend on Hwy. 20 to Horse Ridge Frontage Rd. and turn right. Be sure to turn before the road starts to climb the hill and continue on until you see the trailhead on the south side of the…

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  10. Radlands Trail System

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    The new Radlands trail system, built with help from COTA, sits just east of Redmond in an old, burned juniper forest. There are only a few miles of trails so far, but ambitious plans are in the works to build out the system. These trails offer great…

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  11. O’Leary Loop Trail

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    Directions The trail is best accessed via Trail #3549 (Olallie Trail) and ridden east to west, as the descent on the west end drops out from beneath you like you’ve just ridden off a cliff. A critical part of the Olallie Ridge Epic, the O&…

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  12. King-Castle, Upper Castle Rock (Summit)

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    Directions From HWY 126 turn on to McKenzie Scenic Road. You’ll enter the town of Rainbow, OR. And there will be a covered bridge you can drive across to your west. Take that, take a left after crossing and follow the signs to the trailhead.…

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  13. Olallie Ridge Loop

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    Directions From the Olallie North trailhead on National Forest Road #1993 head south on Trail #3529. The climbing starts immediately; get used to it. After what seems like too long surrounded by tall trees and leafy rhododendrons, the trail will…

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  14. Olallie Trail (USFS Trail #3529)

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    At times nearly primeval, this trail snakes through a variety of eco-zones that reveal unending shades of green, from dark to fluorescent. The climbing seems go on forever but rewards with steep, narrow descents that see more animal traffic than…

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  15. Silver Falls Bike Path

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    Though you can’t bike the Trail of Ten Falls, Silver Falls State Park does have a small, charming paved bike path within its forested reaches. In addition, it offers several other multi-use dirt/gravel trails. To access the paved bike path,…

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  16. Wagon Road Trail (TR 1819)

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    This 5-mile long, intermediate to advanced single-track trail can be ridden as an out and back or as part of a loop. The route passes Devils View Trail (under development) and the Stock Drive Trail (TR-1828, closed to bikes). After 4 miles, just…

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  17. Sickter Gnar (Black Rock)

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    Directions From Falls City Continue west on main road through town. Bear right before bridge onto Mitchell (do not cross bridge). Continue up short hill, Turn left onto dirt road and mark your odometer. Follow river about 3 miles. DRIVE CAREFULLY…

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  18. Granny’s Kitchen (Black Rock)

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    Directions From Falls City Continue west on main road through town. Bear right before bridge onto Mitchell (do not cross bridge). Continue up short hill, Turn left onto dirt road and mark your odometer. Follow river about 3 miles. DRIVE CAREFULLY…

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  19. Sunday Stroll/Brake Check (Black Rock)

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    Directions From Falls City Continue west on main road through town. Bear right before bridge onto Mitchell (do not cross bridge). Continue up short hill, Turn left onto dirt road and mark your odometer. Follow river about 3 miles. DRIVE CAREFULLY…

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  20. Dino’s Run Around (Black Rock)

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    Directions From Falls City Continue west on main road through town. Bear right before bridge onto Mitchell (do not cross bridge). Continue up short hill, Turn left onto dirt road and mark your odometer. Follow river about 3 miles. DRIVE CAREFULLY…

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  21. Slayer (Black Rock)

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    Directions From Falls City Continue west on main road through town. Bear right before bridge onto Mitchell (do not cross bridge). Continue up short hill, Turn left onto dirt road and mark your odometer. Follow river about 3 miles. DRIVE CAREFULLY…

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  22. Bonzai Downhill (Black Rock)

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    Directions From Falls City Continue west on main road through town. Bear right before bridge onto Mitchell (do not cross bridge). Continue up short hill, Turn left onto dirt road and mark your odometer. Follow river about 3 miles. DRIVE CAREFULLY…

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  23. Basic Training (Black Rock)

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    Directions From Falls City Continue west on main road through town. Bear right before bridge onto Mitchell (do not cross bridge). Continue up short hill, Turn left onto dirt road and mark your odometer. Follow river about 3 miles. DRIVE CAREFULLY…

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  24. Cummins Creek Loop Trail

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    Directions Head 4 miles south of Yachats on Highway 101, turn east on Forest Road #1050 and continue for 0.3 mile to a turnaround at the road’s end. This trail is a loop trail (2.4 miles out and back) starting and ending with the Cummins Creek…

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  25. Back Country Rides in the Outback (Lakeview)

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      Ride Oregon Staff

    Directions Take Highway 395 towards Lakeview to Highway 140. Head east to Warner Road. At Warner Road, you have the option of picking the trails you’d like to ride. If you go north (left) on Warner Road, you’ll ride to Bulls Prairie,…

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