Local routes

Whether you are getting your feet wet on mellower terrain like Marvin's Garden or Ben's, getting your new Strava standard set on Phil's Trail, or blasting down Lower Whoops, the 300+ miles of single track starts directly across the street from our new shop in Northwest Crossing.


The OG, and Ground Zero for the 300+ miles of singletrack that makes Bend, Oregon a dirt Mecca. You can access the trailhead directly from our shop in Northwest Crossing. There are several variations, and a favored route starts on the dirt accross the street on Marvin's Garden, which leads you directly to the parking area at the Phil's trailhead. Take Ben's Trail (one way uphill) all the way to Road 300. From there, you can hit Phil's back the trailhead or continue up towards Whoops and Pine Drops. How ever you do it, enjoy the ride!


Winter Dawn Patrol sessions are alive and well here in Central Oregon, and one of the more popular routes for backcountry travel is Tumalo Mountain. Typically accessed from Vista or Dutchmann Flats Sno-Parks, find (or break) trail towards the Summit and/or East Ridge. The East Bowl house the steepest lines, but be forewarned that the bowl is prone to avalanche activity especially directly after a storm. Skiing back through glades and forrest slots on the Southern slopes brings you back to Century Drive. The falline pulls you East, so if you parked at Dutchmann, remember to trend to the right. Be safe, bring snacks and have blast!

Gravel Routes...DIRTY FREEHUB

Dirty Freehub is about sharing our passion for gravel cycling. Their goal is that through good stewardship of pubic lands, collaboration, and sharing of routes, we can have a positive social and economic impact in the communities we ride.

The routes are “curated”; they provide accurate and detailed route descriptions, pictures, maps, cue sheets and downloadable GPX files. Their routes are about being adventuresome and scenic.