Located at LOGE Camp Hotel, Cog Wild is at the boundary of the Deschutes National Forest, which means you can ride trails all the way back to our parking lot. The mountain bike season in Bend runs approximately from May through October, depending on the weather and snow conditions. Cog offers daily guided mountain bike rides and skills instruction for all levels of riders. For those who are familiar with the region or who are competent explorers, Cog provides multiple daily shuttles to the main trailheads along the Cascade Lakes Highway.

We love Bend and are excited to share our knowledge of place with locals and tourists alike.

Guided Rides

Guided Rides

Guided rides are a great introduction to Bend’s extensive trail network. Half-day, full-day and multi-day options are available for individuals, groups and families.

Skills Instruction

Skills Instruction

Our PMBI Certified Guides are experts at teaching you or your group the basics of mountain biking or helping you take your riding to the next level.

Shuttles

Shuttles

Park at Cog, jump on our regular daily shuttles to Wangoa, Swampy and Dutchman Trailheads, then ride trail all the way back to our parking lot. Join a public shuttle, charter a private shuttle or join our special seasonal shuttles.

Adventures & Custom Requests

Adventures & Custom Requests

We love big adventures like Gravel Bike Tours, riding in Baja and camping on the Umpqua River. Check out our suggestions or let’s plan something together.

No E-Bikes on the Deschutes National Forest

Cog Wild operates under a special use permit through the Deschutes National Forest, which does not allow e-bikes on non-motorized trails. This includes the vast majority of trails that we guide and shuttle. If you are traveling with an e-bike please consider our Oakridge location where e-bikes are allowed on many trails. Please talk to us before planning a trip to ride e-bikes around Bend.

Weather

Check the weather for the area & elevation where you plan on riding so that you can dress appropriately. “There is no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing!”

National Weather Service for Bend
Monthly Averages for Central Oregon Weather