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Mailing Address: PO Box 10286 · Eugene OR 97440 s

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Mountain Biking in Oakridge

Welcome to "the Mountain Biking Capital of the Northwest."

Oakridge earned that title with more than 300 miles of world-class singletrack trails accessible year-round. Oakridge is home to an enthusiastic mountain biking community, including an organization called Greater Oakridge Area Trail Stewards (GOATS) who formed specifically to maintain its local trails. In the "bike-umentary" Pedal-Driven (2010), Oakridge was highlighted for its collaborative land management between mountain bikers and government and environmental agencies. You can help preserve the trails too by following a few simple mountain biking guidelines - like sticking to well-drained trails and paved surfaces during, or after, heavy rain.

Go Oakridge

A variety of tailored challenges surround the small mountain town and attract a range of beginners to more intermediate riders. Take a quick look around Oregon's Oakridge/Westfir area and it's easy to see why mountain bikers around the world "Go Oakridge." The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) even designated Oakridge gold status as one of their first Mountain Bicycling Ride Centers!

Every summer, mountain bikers gather for the three day Mountain Bike Oregon festival, named as one of the Best Bike Festivals of 2013 by Outside magazine. Another popular summer event is the FAT 55 Mountain Bike Marathon.

Brand new routes like Dead Mountain Trail offer up smart designs, created with burned corners for smooth turns and a trail flow that leads to less pedaling and braking, a fun ride for all skill levels. More challenging routes, like the IMBA Epic Waldo Lake Trail, take riders deep into the Cascade Mountains. Nearly every singletrack route offers a unique mountainside view of the Willamette National Forest.

Visitors don't need to pack a bike in with them - Oakridge is also a headquarters for guides and equipment rentals. Outfitters offer shuttles to trailheads. Mercantile shops sell bike parts and accessories. And while the locals "Speak Oakridge" officially, you'll discover they also "Speak Mountain Biking" too.

Recoup after a day in the forest with one of Oregon's only real Ale Houses, Brewer's Union Local 180. Featuring a line of casked ales and a tasty menu designed with the classic British Public House in mind, this is a perfect spot to gear up or wind down.


Off The Trail

Glide across one of the world's purest lakes

Oregon's second tallest waterfall tumbles 286 ft