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Bachelor to Bend

  • Length:
    20-30 miles
  • Difficulty:
  • Nearby Cities:
    Bend, La Pine, Sisters
  • Region:
    Central Oregon
  • Attributes:
    Mountain Views, Single-Track

Trailhead Elevation: 6317 ft


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Do you dream of riding endless single-track? If you want a full day on the bike, riding mainly downhill from the Cascade Mountains to town, this is the perfect tour for you!

This Cog Wild ( tour starts with a shuttle to a trailhead near Mt Bachelor. From here, we will ride between 20 to 30 miles, with approximately 3,000 feet of elevation loss, passing through hemlock and pine forests, over streams and through alpine meadows.

A little bit of everything – fast flowing single-track, a few steep climbs and miles of downhill single-track riding. Our trails are mainly buff and fast, but there are some roots and rocks mixed in for a great ride!

Lunch is served on the trail with views into the Three Sisters Wilderness. The tour ends back to Bend, where we will arrive exhausted yet content.


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