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Ochoco Gravel Roubaix 120-Mile Loop

  • Length:
    116.9 miles
  • Difficulty:
    Extreme
  • Nearby Cities:
    Prineville, Redmond, Powell Butte
  • Region:
    Central Oregon
  • Attributes:
    Gravel

Trailhead Elevation: 2870 ft

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This 116.9 mile ride will feature 8713 feet of climbing and breathtaking views of the Ochoco National Forest. The ride will start at the Crooked River Park in Prineville and proceed north up McKay toward the Ochoco National Forest. The ride will loop past the Ochoco Divide and Big Summit Prairie before finishing at Crooked River Park. About 50% of the ride will be gravel. There will be 4 aid stations along the course for support.

Requirements – Riders must wear a helmet at all times, must carry a minimum of two water bottles, and must be able to average at least 10 miles per hour on this type of ride. Riders must follow the Oregon Department of Transportation Rules of the Road while on roadways and follow Forest Service Policies while on National Forest Land.

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