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2006 MTBR MBO Holiday Discount
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Three full days of unequalled single-track riding will leave you both exhausted and replenished. Each day will offer 4-7 fully supported ride options that leave from camp. The campground is on over nine acres along the bank of the Willamette River. Combine nearly 500 miles of singletrack, 100's of cyclists, two days of camping, three squares meal a day, Fat Tire Beer Garden and tons of demo bikes.Bike video's nightly, clinics, mechanics, massage, demo bikes and gear, vendors, movies, local artisans and games right at camp. There is a riverside amphitheater and a "north shore" trials course. Three local, farm-fresh meals a day (BBQ Friday Night and Salmon Dinner Saturday Night) plus award winning microbrews and wines in our beer garden will keep riders fueled. Each day offers intermediate and advanced ride options, or a different option altogether.
Event Date: August 18-20
Location: Oakridge, OR Greenwaters Park
Fees: Special Holiday Discount Price (through Dec 24th): $130.00
www.mtbikeoregon.comContact me at: [email protected] for a FREE DVD
 

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People from this board came last year and asked me to keep them posted, so in that case I wouldn't call it spam. In fact people from this board have been the best supporters of the event and have came back to Oakridge many times after the event.

Thanks I meant to space that link better

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Ahh, well I didn't know that. It sounds like a killer event, probably look into Does the fee include a camping spot, or do we cover the camping or nearby hotel?
 

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Events is Aug 18-20, 2006
Includes everything besides the beer at the beer garden...you gotta buy your own beer.
Plus there is one Epic 40ish mile ride(Middle Fork Trail) that there is an extra $25 fee to cover the transpo of the bikes and people out to the trailhead and back to camp, but I am sure if you asked the guys that rode they would tell you it is worth the extra $25.

Other wise all other riding, shuttle, food, camping, demo bikes...are included in the price.

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Randy, going on the early bird gets the worm theory? We don't want too many people showing up...

I was one of the 10 guys who signed up for the "full enchilada" last year (5 days) and had a blast. This event is definitely worth planning for. I've been back thru Oakridge several times since. Great riding and lots of it, some of the best singletrack I've ridden. Randy and the Oakridge gang treated us great, facilities as he says, can't go wrong.
 

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Thanks for posting this info Randy. I was one of those who didn't attend, but after seeing all the great threads following the rides, would like to sign up for 2006. Just a little negotiating left to do at home. Cheers.
 

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Mt Bike Oregon DVD

If you need a little more to help you decide...Chad has just finished another DVD I should have in a couple days..

If you would like a FREE DVD just drop me a line
[email protected]

We clearly get more interest from the N. Cali group then any where else.

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I went for 5 days last year and rode my a$$ off! What a great time, riding stellar single track all day and sipping beers while watching videos at night. I'm in for next year for sure. Don't miss out, this is a great way to discover the many trails around Oakridge. The Middle Fork trail is spectacular and well worth the $25!
 

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Oakridge

So Oakridge is still a good place to ride? Have they been maintaining the trails? The trail I rode was the moon something or other. There was a fire lookout at the top of a long fire road climb and an extremely fast and fun singletrack downhill all the way back to a nice little free campground that I stayed at.
 

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Sounds like Moon Point/Young's Rock ride, first one they showed us last year. Trails were in excellent condition thanks to the Forest Service and a couple groups like Disciples of Dirt and a youth conservation corps group that I can't remember the name of....
 

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This sounds like A heck of a lot of fun! I'm pretty much sold..How much is it gonna cost me if I don't buy in now?...it's either this or Christmas presents for my little girl at this point.

I am going to be talking to the usual suspects about this on Sunday when we ride at the S.YUBA

I'm excited about this already!
 

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The first morning of Mountain Bike Oregon we rode Moon Point/Young's Rock (killer view from the rock!) to the next to last section of the Middle Fork trail. Probably 20 miles of single track. That afternoon I think we rode another 10 miles of single track on the Hecklestooth trail. We really did ride our a$$es off!
 

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Mt Bike Oregon Fee's

The price goes up to $150 and then right before it will go up a little more

Yeah you rode Moon Point...only one of many awesome trails.

Honestly we are running this early reg's to help pay for Chad's DVD's, our booth at Sea Otter Classic, brochures and all that fun PR stuff to get the word out about Mt Bike Oregon.

Moon Point is not on the "scheduled" rides, but if enough of you come in on Tues early enough...Oregon Adventures can arrange a Moon Point, Larison Rock shuttle for a fair fee.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

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Hey Steve. This could be a great trip. I'm going to pull the trigger real soon. Party time in Oregon next summer?
 

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Bikinfoolferlife said:
Sounds like Moon Point/Young's Rock ride, first one they showed us last year. Trails were in excellent condition thanks to the Forest Service and a couple groups like Disciples of Dirt and a youth conservation corps group that I can't remember the name of....
Yep that's the one. Nice downhill. It's good to know that Oakridge is still happening.
 
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