Do you dream of riding endless singletrack that starts high in the Cascade Mountains and rides the best trails all the way into Bend? Then the Bachelor to Bend tour is for you!
Your guide will take you on a personalized singletrack adventure: Miles of flowy trail with rocks, roots, creek crossings and jumps added if desired. Lunch is served on the trail with a view of Mt. Bachelor and the surrounding Cascade range.
These are the goods that make Bend famous for, long, fast trail! All tours end back at the Cog Wild office, where a fridge full of Deschutes Brewery beer await the adults and cold non-alcoholic drinks for the youngsters.
- Intermediate to expert riders
- up to 3500 feet of descending
- 18-35 miles of trail bliss
- Many route options, ride multiple Bachelor to Bend tours for more trail!
- Expert guides eager to show you their playground
- Sandwiches from local bakery, Nancy P’s
- Get to the best trails right away
Add more to your trip
With hundreds of miles singletrack outside Bend, join us for more than one Bachelor to Bend for amazing riding. Cog Wild can also offer tours in less-known trails in the Central Oregon area – just ask and we will deliver amazing riding for as many days as you request.
Daily 9:00am meet at the Cog Wild office, done by 3:00pm
Intermediate to Advanced. The route will be designed specifically for your riding level and which trails are in best riding shape.
A little bit of everything – fast flowing singletrack, a few steep climbs and miles of downhill singletrack riding. Our trails are mainly buff & fast, but there are some roots and rocks mixed in for a great ride!
Starts at 5500-7000ft and ends back in Bend at 3400ft.
$90 per person.
* An personalized route on Bend’s best trails
* Local expert guides
* Shuttle from Cog’s office to the trailhead
* Yummy lunch including Nancy P’s sandwiches.
* 2 person minimum, 12 people max on each tour.
Bike Rentals, check out our rentals page for a extensive list of options!
My friends and I want to do this tour together, but some of us ride faster/slower/are older than the rest of the group. Is this a problem?
Not at all. The trails in Bend are not technical, which is what slows most people down in other places. Once we have details about all the riders we will choose a route that will help keep everyone together. Depending on the size of the group, we will have more than one guide to help allow everyone to be able to ride at their own pace without getting too far ahead or left behind.
Can I bring my own bike?
Of course, if you are traveling with your mountain bike, we ask that it is in good working order. Hard tails, full suspension, 29ers and 26er are all appropriate.