Travel Oregon is working on a survey that will impact the mt. bike community – it will help guide funding and parks planning in the Columbia River Gorge for the next 20 years. If you’ve ever wished access to mt. biking in the region was easier, this is you chance to weigh in.
Ride to Where You Ride
Northwest Trail Alliance is working hard to improve mt. bike options in the region. Their latest concept is Ride to Where You Ride. Imagine packing gear on your mountain bike and riding to Troutdale to ride along the new Historic Columbia River Scenic Bikeway to a bike-in-only campground near Cascade Locks (perhaps after filling your growler at Thunder Mountain Brewing and buying some supplies at the store). The next day, you hit the new CLIMB trail next to easyCLIMB for a few hours, then pack up your stuff and ride to Hood River along the Scenic Bikeway. After leaving your gear down the hill at another bike-in-only campground, you take a new trail up to Post Canyon for another epic day. After that, you swing through Hood River for a killer dinner, a few supplies, then back to camp.
Adventures like this are on the horizon and Northwest Trail Alliance wants to help make it possible.
Take the Survey
What’s Your Adventure?
What’s your dream mt. bike adventure? Epic gravel rides? Lost highways? Endless miles of singletrack? Share your dreams below.