One of the most popular trails at the Sandy Ridge Trail System is Rock Drop, a flowy jump line that begins with its namesake rock skills filter. At the end of the line you can take a return trail up to session it again, head left to 338 to head out or continue on down […]
This Saturday Gateway Green, AKA the bike park down the street, was overrun by hundreds of kids on bikes. Or that’s what it would look like to the casual observer. If you’d look a bit closer though, you’d realize you were looking at the future of Portland cycling. The event? Take a Kid Mountain Biking […]
Lake Oswego is a suburb of Portland, Oregon known for its affluent population. Although there are 460 acres of natural character parks and 23.7 miles of multi-use trails and pathways, the city completely lacks in off-road cycling recreation opportunities. Searching the city’s trail counts, we’re unable to locate a single destination appropriate for taking a […]
Portland, Oregon area mountain bikers currently have the opportunity to comment on the new off-road cycling master plan. This is quite possibly the only opportunity in a generation to make your voice heard in forming policy that will guide Portland’s planning and management for the rest of our foreseeable lifetime. If you’ve been following the […]
Saturday’s Big Dig Day at Gateway Green had 140 volunteers showing up to give their time to help create single track trails in Portland, Oregon. While a significant amount of labor was performed, the focus of the event was about providing the opportunity to invest sweat equity into what will become for many of us, a second […]
The Willamette Week published an article on Wednesday that specifically singled out Portland’s first public bike park, Gateway Green as being threatened by a loophole in Oregon law. Titled “Portland’s First Mountain-Bike Park Could Be Crippled by a Court Decision” it’s gone viral amongst local riders this week, concerned with the status of the park. The topic of the […]
Big news for Portland Mountain Biking: $2 million in funding towards Gateway Green announced plus a Big Dig day scheduled for Gateway Green. First off, the big news. Portland Parks & Recreation has announced $2 million in funding has been dedicated towards the first phase of Gateway Green. While the first phase of the Dirt […]
Our local pump track project at Ventura Park has been getting a lot of love the last few weeks, thanks to the Northwest Trail Alliance’s celebration of trails known as Trail Fest. The two week long event kicked off with the NWTA Ladies night hosted by our own Inga Beck. The ladies were out in force […]
Since we’ve revamped the pump track at Ventura Park, it has been gratifying to see all the local kids and riders riding and enjoying it. Any time we have our tools out and are grooming the track, we’re approached by local residents that thank us for our efforts, or inquire about how they can help. […]
Over 100 riders converged at Stub Steward State Park this weekend for what has become an annual event dubbed “Stubfest”.
A new group of riders have banded together to develop single track riding opportunities in the Astoria, Oregon area. They’re off to a good start with a pump track in Seaside Oregon.
Finding suitable riding partners can be challenging but we’re working with the Northwest Trail Alliance to build a women’s riding community and already having epic adventures. This month: Tiger Mountain.