WHAT TO EXPECT
Mountain Bike Oregon features three supported days of incredible single-track riding in the Willamette National Forests of western Oregon. You choose which ride you want to do each day, then board one of our classic school buses or vans to be shuttled to the trailhead.
Our MBO Guides are highly trained and will be with you on the trail to keep you on track, build the stoke, guide the way, offer encouragement & assure you have an amazing time! These guides train throughout the year, ride the trails often, are First Aid/CPR certified, and we put at least 3 on every ride (The Rabbit in the lead, the Middle guide for support, and the Sweep to assure everyone stays on trail and give extra encouragement to those that may need it).
Once you arrive at MBO, we take care of everything. Your pass includes:
- Camping along the beautiful river by the Red Covered Bridge, at the bottom of Alpine trail.
- Showers (not on site but we offer an afternoon shuttle on Friday & Saturday)
- Hot breakfast each morning.
- Create your own custom lunch. We provide the fixings, you make your lunch and pack it for a day on the trails. Lunch fixings are out during breakfast and you need to make your lunch before you get on your shuttle.
- Dinner is on your own and we have several on-site food carts that operate in the Adult Beverage Garden. Riders pay food carts directy.
- *Free Adult Beverage Garden featuring Oregon Craft beer, cider, mead, wine, & kombucha.
- Nightly fun and games, including the famous mini bike crit and Speed Raffle.
- Saturday night is Aloha Time in the Adult Beverage Garden – bring your luau finest for a relaxing evening.
- Daily stretching & Yoga sessions.
*Our adult beverage garden is the heart of the evening activities. We have craft beverages from many of Oregon’s favorite breweries, wineries, hand crafted mead, cider, and kombucha. Each night you can rub elbows with the brewers, taste many different varieties of Oregon’s finest beverages and it is all included in your pass to MBO!
DEMOS & EXHIBITORS AT MBO
Some of the bike industry’s top bike brands will be in our exhibitor area with the latest gear for you to check out.
- Free Demo bikes (demo bikes are limited and are NOt guaranteed – you still need to bring your own bike).
- Free mechanical support
*We are still setting up all of our spectacular vendors for 2019 and will announce them soon!
Riding Guest – Full Event Access
Registration is only available in advance, online.
Most shuttles, Breakfast, Lumch, Snacks, Adult Beverage Garden, Showers, Clinics, Demo Bikes and Campsite are included. Click the REGISTER button for exact current pricing.
Top of the Middle Fork: A very full day epic ride.
Ride the entire Middle Fork Trail from Timpanogas Lake to the bottom. Secure your spot on this wildly scenic ride – a day of singletrack bliss.
(Limited to 20 riders each day).
- Extra cost of $50 per person
Moon Point – Lower Middle Fork: Moon Point Trail is an awesome trail riding experience and one of our most popular trails.
- Extra cost of $50 per person.
Age + Skill Restrictions
- You must be age 10 or over to participate as a riding guest.
- You should be an intermediate or advanced rider. The trails of Oakridge are not beginner friendly.
Full access to the event EXCEPT shuttles and guided rides. There is plenty to see in do in Oakridge including hiking, rock climbing, swimming and fishing.
- $125 for each guest (age 11 and over) for the weekend.
- $60 for each child under 11 for the weekend.
CANCELLATIONS AND REFUNDS
If you need to cancel and request a refund for Mountain Bike Oregon, please email us and make sure the words “Cancellation” or “Refund” are in the subject line. Our refund policy works as follows:
- Greater than 90 days before the beginning of the event: 75% of registration fee refunded
- Between 89 and 60 days before the beginning of the event: 60% of registration fee refunded
- Between 59 and 30 days before the beginning of the event: 50% of registration fee refunded
No refund if cancelled within 30 days of the beginning of the event.
Registration is non-transferable. You cannot sell or give away your MBO pass. These policies will be strictly enforced.
Oakridge is 150 miles south of Portland and 40 miles east of Eugene on Hwy 58, between Bend and Eugene.
The event takes place at the Red Covered Bridge, aka “The Portal”
North Fork Road and Westoak Rd, Westfir Oregon
This gorgeous, serene location is nestled in the woods with the river rushing by. It is conveniently located where the Alpine trail ends.
PARKING AND LODGING
Parking + RVs + Adventure Vehicles
- Free onsite parking
- Sleeping in your vehicle is allowed with no extra fee, but no hook-ups available.
CAMPING & PARKING
- Your pass to MBO includes onsite parking for your RV, trailer, Adventure Vehicle, or car with tent.
- No hook ups are on site.
Other Lodging Options
For more local lodging options please visit Eugene, Cascades & Coast.
WHAT TO BRING
Below is a list of recommended gear to bring to MBO:
- Bike shoes
- Bike clothing
- Hydration pack or water bottles
Please note: The ground is rugged.
- Sleeping bag
- Sleeping pad (please note: the ground is rugged at this site – bring extra padding)
- There is almost no shade on site. Bring a shade tent if you have one – but be prepared to secure it down against strong winds that roll through camp every afternoon.
- Camp chair
- Flashlight or bike light – it’s so very dark (and gorgeous) at night
- It is very windy on site in the afternoon – be prepared to secure your items. This is not a joke.
- CASH! Remember – Dinner is not included but there are on site Food Carts for you to purchase dinner on your own or you can support the local businesses and head into town (2 miles) for dinner.
- Festive Hawaiian attire. Saturday is Aloha Time in the Adult Beverage Garden with prizes for the best dressed.
- Teknu or similar for poison oak (just in case)
- Bug spray
- Cozy jacket for the evenings – it gets cool at night
- Snacks to meet your specific dietary needs.
- A cooler to keep items cold – there is no refrigeration on site.
GUIDELINES + RULES
- Campfires are not allowed on site at any time.
- Dogs are only allowed under special circumstances with prior approval. Please do not bring your dog.
- Everyone on site must be a registered participant.
- You are responsible for your own safety – Please ride within your limits and respect the other riders around you.
- E-bikes are allowed on any trails that the National Forest Service has open to motorized vehicles. We follow NFS guidelines.