2nd Annual Ochoco Overlander
September 20-23, 2019
The day we have all been waiting for. The 2nd Annual Ochoco Overlander registration will be open Friday, May 24 at 12 PM and we encourage you and your friends to get this registration date on your calendar.
What's better than riding over 200 miles in four days, climbing over 17,000' and enjoying some beautiful terrain in Sunny Central Oregon with your best friends? Nothing!
You carry your personal gear and we will take care of the rest.
Spaces will fill up fast as we are capping this ride at 50 participants.
We hope you can join us this year.
100% payment to reserve your trip. $100 cancellation fee up to one month out from the start of your tour. Cancellation within one month of the tour is a $250 cancellation fee. Cancellation within two weeks there is no refund from the original down payment.
Thanks again. We hope you’ll join us.
Last year’s 2018 Ochoco Overlander ride – Riders will load up their bikes to pedal 220 miles and over 18,000 feet of elevation exploring the entirety of the Ochoco National Forest in Central and Eastern Oregon. They will roll out from Good Bike Co. LLC with 40 new friends and pedal through the breathtaking Crooked River Canyon, wind through the remote Maury Mountains, and traverse the rugged terrain of the Ochoco National Forest back to Good Bike Co. in Prineville, OR. Riders haul all of their own gear, but leave the rest to us. They’ll enjoy a fully catered dinner each night and a hearty breakfast every morning, fishing opportunities at each campsite and throughout the route, stocked lunch/aid stops, and full sag support.
2019 Ride Details Coming Soon
Last Year’s 2018 Ride Details:
Number of Riders: 40
Length of Trip: 4 days, 3 nights
Route: 220 miles, 18,000+ft
Accommodations: Camping each night in the Ochoco National Forest at designated yet remote campsites. Each campsite has at least one vault toilet, and all three campsites are at lakes/reservoirs.
58 miles, 4700ft
World class fishing on the Crooked River; camp, swim, and fish at Antelope Reservoir
75 miles, 5200 ft
Refuel in the small town of Paulina (pop: 66), camp, swim, and fish at Cottonwood Pit
39 miles, 3000 ft
Shorter ride day to allow for a live bluegrass band, yard games, and time for a Salsa talk and demo at camp; Camp, swim, and fish at Walton Lake
66 miles, 5250 ft
Finish with a family-style dinner and bonfire on the outdoor patio at Good Bike Co.
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