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Gravel Bike Tours

 

Gravel! Gravel! Gravel! You’ve heard everyone talk about it, so what’s the big deal? We like gravel because it offers the opportunity to cover a lot of ground in a safer and more fun way than using only highways and is less work than mountain biking. The bikes are fast AND comfortable. If you already have a gravel bike and want to see some routes without getting lost, we can show you the secret places that are gorgeous and you will be surprised how we got there.

Redmond to Foley Waters (half day $55)

This route starts in Redmond and winds through the dry canyon, takes a shortcut to the river through Juniper lands and pops out at a beautiful meadow on the Deschutes River where we will have a nice snack.

 

TRIP INCLUDES:

  • 2-3 hours of super fun riding (half day)

  • Delicious mid-trail snack

  • Complimentary after-ride brew at Cascade Lakes Brew House

  • Local, expert guides

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Buckhorn Loop and Farm to Table Lunch at Rainshadow Organics. (full day $145)

Foodies love this favorite and it is a great sample of mixed terrain with some rural roads thrown in to cover some ground (40 miles) near Redmond. 50% gravel, 50% road. We leave from  Redmond, and head West to some amazing views, some hill climbs, and plenty of fast gravel.

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Tumalo to Sisters Gravel Ride (half day 25 miles $75)

This very scenic ride goes from the quaint town of Tumalo to Sisters, another quaint little town. We start by riding to Tumalo St. Park and wind up to sweeping views of the Three Sisters. We then wind through ponderosa forests till we wind up at Wychus Creek to grab a quick coffee to go, and a very short hike to Whychus Creek Overlook for a beautiful view of the Three Sisters.

 

TRIP INCLUDES:

  • 3-4 hours (half day) of fun riding

  • Delicious snack (and coffee, of course) at Sisters Cafe

  • Yummy mid-trail snack

  • Shuttle to and from Bend or Redmond

  • Local, expert guides