Welcome to Single Track Paradise!
Nestled in the foothills of the central Cascade Mountains, Oakridge is considered the mountain bike capital of the northwest. Here you will find seemingly endless miles of incredible singletrack trail. Experience the beauty of the Willamette National Forest as you wind alongside creeks and waterfalls, among majestic old growth trees, and through alpine meadows filled with wild flowers. From rolling riverside trails, to wild ripping decents—Oakridge has something for everyone.
Ride with Oregon Adventures
Oregon Adventures is the parent company that operates Mountain Bike Oregon (MBO), the hugely popular bi-annual bike festival held in Oakridge, Oregon. We are a local company with local guides, offering single and multi-day mountain bike tours as well as trailside shuttles. Tours run from July through September and include guides, shuttles, meals and camping. Our maximum group size is 25 people. If you want to experience the wonders of mountain biking in Oakridge with a small, friendly group... or to arrange your own private tour, please contact us.
Alpine Shuttle Schedule
Monday-Thursday: Shuttle leaves Oregon Adventures daily at 10am sharp (arrive by 9:45)
Friday-Sunday: Shuttle leaves Oregon Adventures at 9am (arrive by 8:45) and Noon (arrive by 11:45)
October 6 - End of season
Shuttle every day leaves at 10 am sharp. Please arrive at Oregon Adventures by 9:45 though October 31st. After that we will be avaiable by appointment only until early-mid November dpending on rain.
Please contact our friends at the Willamette Mountain Mercantile for bike rentals. They are only 1/4 mile away and feature Ibis and other rental bikes.
Oregon Adventures will be closed July 17-20 and August 14-17 for Mountain Bike Oregon.
Camping: Oregon Adventures now has our own private campground on the Willamette River. This campground is only 5 minutes from Oakridge, but it feels like your in the middle of no where. We have disc golf, wiffle golf, fire pits and more.
Great spot for fishing, swimming, and floating. The campground is only open to Oregon Adventures clients. Contact us if you want more details.
Moon Point Trail Video