Mountain Bike Oregon
Festival Details:

June 23-26th, Mountain Bike Oregon is back for the all-inclusive mountain biking festival featuring Oakridge’s best singletrack. All participants choose from a 3-day ride package, Ladies Clinic or Junior Clinic for 8-14yr olds.

• Ride package riders start each day with a shuttle to IMBA Gold Level trails, geared for intermediate to advanced riders. There are currently 5 Ride Packages to choose from (2 more are already sold out), with a range of trail options from flowy trails with bermed turns and beautiful scenery to technical downhills requiring strong bike handling skills.
• Ladies & Junior clinic participants work with PMBIA trained instructors to learn a range of techniques to advance their mountain biking skills & riding confidence, which they then use on Oakridge trails.

Mountain Bike Oregon includes demos from the industry's best mountain bike companies (take a bike for the day on trails), onsite camping for tents to RVs, evenings in the Hydro Flask beverage garden drinking Deschutes Brewery Beer and other beverages, mini bike races, raffles with great prizes, breakfast & lunch with food carts for dinner, a camp side river swimming hole, additional afternoon shuttles, and much more. Every participant also receives a Hydro Flask logo’d mug to reuse through the weekend and beyond.

To learn more about Mountain Bike Oregon and to REGISTER, please visit the website


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