Northwest Mountain Biking Singletrack Smorgasbord
Choice, isn’t that the American way? At Dog Star Adventure Tours we are embracing that fact with this singletrack sampler. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced rider we will link you up with similar skilled riders-just specify-we will make it happen.
Choice from the following locations:
- Sandy Ridge: great variety, XC riding plus amazing free ride options
- Stewart Stubb: XC trails, also impressive Freeride trails with quick turn trail for around run
- Brown’s Camp: great climbing, super flow descent
- Gales Creek/Storeyburn: XC paradise. Combine with Brown’s Camp for an epic weekend of riding
- Alsea Falls: great single track, beautiful scenery and none crowded trails
- Wilson River: great XC climbing paralleling the river, long fast descent. Good beginner sections on lower sections
- Molalla River Trails: Over 20 miles of mixed single and doubletrack trails. Something for every level rider here
- Hood River Trails: So many to choose from...Syncline, Surveyors Ridge, Post Canyon
- Duthie Hill-Seattle: join us for this Mountain Biking Nirvana weekend trip. Every style of riding at an amazing level. Great beginner trails, flowing intermediate XC, and advanced Freeride. (Full face helmet and body armor required for freeriders)
NW Singletrack Smorgasbord facts:
- Offered daily
- Full day tours 9 am to 6 pm
- Local expert guides
- Shuttle from downtown Portland
- Lunch provided
- It’s a smorgasbord therefore there has to be beer, right!!!
- Hotel pick up available
- Multiday discounts available
- If you need a bike for Sandy Ridge…contact Otto’s in Sandy or Fat Tire Farm for any of our rides.
What To Bring:
- Bike: in working order with full suspension preferred
- Shoes: that work with your chosen pedal type. If you are uncomfortable performing new skills clipped in, please bring FLAT PEDALS with appropriate shoes such as running shoes, low hiking shoes or 5.10 bike shoes are great. You can buy flat pedals at Pine Mountain Sports or demo what we have available.
- Helmet that fits
- Gloves recommended
- Hydration Pack include A spare tube, tire levers, small pump, multi-tool and basic first aid supplies
- Snacks (provided)
- Elbow and Knee pads recommended for Freeride trails or if you are using flat Freeride pedals
- Padded cycling shorts for protection and comfort
Proper clothing - Check the weather prior to your clinic and dress accordingly, Oregon weather is unpredictable and can change quickly.