Ride Overview

This is one of our favorite weekends of the year.  Oakridge!  This is where it all started for us.  We first explored this area in 2007, just dipping that toe in to find a huge network of some of the world’s best mountain bike trails.  This weekend is our version of the two best days of riding in Oakridge and a revisit of two grand days of the Trans-Cascadia Mountain Bike Race.  While you’re here, check out our About Oakridge section below for places to see while in town. 

Weekend Itinerary


A Day of Shuttles –  Alpine, Eula, and Lawler.  Arguably the 3 best trails in the country and arguably the single best day of riding in the country. 


Shuttle from Oakridge to Lake Timpanogas and climb to the top of Sawtooth. We’ll briefly reflect on our good decision making before we start our massive decent off Sawtooth onto the Upper Middle Fork, descending through a diversity of ecosystems and trail varieties.  This is one of the more unique descents in the Willamette, and one of the all time favorites.  From here, we’ll get picked up by the shuttle and be brought to the top of Moon Point for another huge 3,700 foot decent.  After we’ve collected ourselves, we’ll hop in the van and continue our migration back to town where we’ll either go straight to the pub, or grab one more decent on Larison Rock and then head straight to the pub.  

Distance (per day)

Ascent: 2,500’
Decent: 10,000’
Estimated Mileage: 20 + Miles

Day Trip Includes:
  • Professionally guided tour of remote single track
  • Shuttles 
Ride Dates:
8/10 and 8/11
1 Day Guided Trip


per person / per day
12 Person Max

Meeting Spot: Rays Food Place

Shuttle Departure: 10:00 AM

Oakridge, OR

Friday 36°FSaturday 25°FSunday 38°FMonday 35°FTuesday 28°F

About Oakridge


Lees Chinese Cuisine

Brewers Union


West Fir Lodge

Tired Dog Ranch


Oakridge Bike Shop and Willamette Mountain Mercantile

Advocacy: Those who do the work

GOATS – Greater Oakridge Area Trail Stewards

ATCA – Alpine Trail Crew Association

DOD – Deciples of Dirt 

OTT – Oregon Timber Trail