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Did you know? Bikes + Beers = Bend.

It’s no wonder the New York Times listed Bend as one of the 52 places to visit—in the world. We’ve got the perfect mix of sweet singletrack and thirst quenching brews in the recreation capital of Oregon. This weekend tour allows you to ride all day, and then enjoy beer tastings and dinners at a variety of Bend’s best craft breweries. In fact, you’ll sample beer from at up to nine different local breweries. Yes, really. We are not joking!

This is a hotel-based tour, as you will be staying in a downtown Bend hotel within walking distance to several breweries, restaurants and shops. Instead of trying to organize a total vacation on your own, let us do the work for you. Not only will we show you the best mountain bike trails, we’ll book your hotel, provide all meals and get you into the best breweries without having to wait in line. Maximize your vacation with us!

This is a very popular tour. Book early to get on the calendar!

THIS DAY TOUR INCLUDES:

  • 3 days of mountain biking on custom routes designed for you.
  • Local, expert and caring guides.
  • Transportation to and from the airport, on tour start and end dates.
  • Transportation throughout the tour.
  • Two nights hotel stay in downtown Bend.
  • Beer from up to 9 different Bend craft breweries.
  • Meals: Two breakfasts (Saturday and Sunday), lunches (Friday and Saturday) and dinners (Friday and Saturday) as well as on-trail snacks.
  • Cog Wild t-shirt.
  • Cog Wild patch.

Trip Overview

LOCATION
Bend
DURATION
3 Days
SKILL LEVEL
2 - 7
FITNESS LEVEL
4 - 8
Tour Style
Hotel, Bike and Brew
Tour Size
12 guest maximum
STARTING PRICE
$865
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Oregon has hundreds of miles of mountain biking trails—enough to keep a rider busy for weeks on end! We can show you the goods. Talk to us about adding more rides, staying extra days or finding more to do while on vacation.

 

2017 Tour Dates

  • June 9-11
  • June 30-July 2
  • July 14-16
  • August 11-13
  • September 1-3
  • September 15-17
  • October 13-15

Contact Cog Wild to book your private tour group for 4-12 riders.

Price

  • $865 per person – double occupancy
  • $180-200 – single person supplement, price depending on date of tour
  • $170-215 – per additional hotel nights, per room, price depends on date of tour

*Prices do not include the following:

  • Mountain bike rentals. See our bike rentals page for more information.
  • Airport shuttles to and from the Redmond (RDM) Airport. You will need to arrange for your transportation to/from Bend (15 miles). We recommend Enviro Shuttle or Redmond Airport Shuttle.
  • Trip Insurance. We highly recommend purchasing trip insurance for the unforeseeable. See our cancellation policy below.
  • Guide gratuity. If you like the ride, tip your guide!

Cancellation Policy:

 Cog Wild follows the below policy for every multi-day tour guest:

  • Cancel 61 or more days before your trip: $75 cancellation fee.
  • Cancel 60 to 45 days before: $250 cancellation fee.
  • Cancel 44 to 14 days before: The participant will be required to pay 50% of trip price.
  • Cancel within 14 days: No refund.

Note: Guests can transfer to another tour at least 2 weeks in advance. If transferring tours to next year, transfer is good for the following year only. Personal emergencies do not void cancellation policy and tours go rain or shine. Travel insurance that covers trip cancellation as well as trip interruption is highly recommended. If we are able to re-sell your spot on a tour, we will refund you the full tour amount minus $75 handling fee.

Riding Distance

66 – 90+ miles over the three-day vacation. Each tour and each day’s ride is custom designed based on feedback from you, the rider, to make sure everyone has a great time. We may also split into different groups for longer or shorter ride options.

Elevation

Elevation can vary from between 3,400 feet to 7,000 feet. Expect climbing and descending on all the rides.

Rider Level

Low intermediate to expert. With hundreds of miles to choose from, there is something for everyone. We will have plenty of guides on each tour to help customize rides for all riders.

Terrain & Trails

Trails range from smooth, fast and fun to rocks, roots, logs and jumps. We’ll sample some or all of it. Terrain ranges from high alpine and old growth forests to high desert pine trees.

Recommended Clothing & Gear

Prepare for three full days of riding, so bring adequate clothing and hydration pack. Bend is an outdoorsy mountain town, calling for casual clothing for hanging out in town.

See our Bend Vacation Planning Page for more information.

Friday:

Your tour starts at noon when you check into the DoubleTree by Hilton in downtown Bend. We will head out for an afternoon ride on your guide’s favorite local trails, sampling a variety of terrain. Our ride will end at Bend’s oldest brewery, Deschutes Brewery, for beer tasting and a special tour of this world-class brewing facility. Dinner for the evening will be at Deschutes Brewery’s brewpub in downtown Bend. Try classics like Mirror Pond Ale and Black Butte Porter or see what seasonal specials they have on tap for you.

Ride Mileage:  15+ miles
Alcohol Percentage: 4.5-6.8%

Saturday:

Today’s ride takes us on Bend’s newest and most progressive trails in the Wanoga Trail Network. You’ll be awed by views of snow capped volcanic mountains as you grind up short climbs and swoop down fast, loamy descents. Tasty lunch will be enjoyed on the trail, and snacks are available throughout the day, and we’ll be sure to stop at the best spot for lunch. Beer tasting will follow at Goodlife Brewing Company and dinner will be at Bend Brewing Company, known for award-winning beers including an imperial IPA, American sour Ching Ching and other tasty options.

Mileage: 25 miles
Alcohol Percentage: 4.2-8%

Sunday:

Shake off the cobwebs, because the fun continues with our third day of riding, starting high in the Cascade Mountains and descending 3,000 feet back to Bend. We will enjoy views of the Three Sisters Wilderness, as we ride downhill through hemlock and pine forests, over streams and through alpine meadows on smooth, flowing singletrack. Sunday will finish at Cog Wild’s sunny deck where we will enjoy more local brews from the many breweries we ran out of time to visit!

Mileage: 26-35 miles
Alcohol Percentage: 0-6.3%