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I wish to ride this trail in September as I've heard it even beats beautiful McKenzie River. Any bus to shuttle the trails sections? As I'll be alone like to avoid just out and back riding.
If not, anyone planning to be there around September 10?
 

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Check out my buddy Wes Nile. (Cascade Mtb Adventures; Link in my sig.) His calandar needs updated, but everything else is current.
 

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There is a Guy named Brian who works in the local Store, His number is 5641 498 2215. He was going to help us last year. Or use Oregon adventures.
 

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Brian OWNS the local store -- Dry Creek Store -- and has shuttled our groups for four years now. Good guy. Use him. Area code is 541.
 

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Albee said:
Brian OWNS the local store -- Dry Creek Store -- and has shuttled our groups for four years now. Good guy. Use him. Area code is 541.
Actually, Brian owns the "North Umpqua Store at Dry Creek."
They changed the name a few years ago.

North Umpqua Store at Dry Creek
Gas and Groceries on Highway 138
160 Happy Creek Lane
Idleyld Park, Oregon 97447
541-498-2215
 

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Thanks, exactly the info I need. Can't wait as I've ridden McKenzie River Trail twice but my friends tell me North Umpqua beats it for beauty and tech.
Coming from hot Tucson riding in Oregon is a huge treat.
Also plan on seing Crater Lake, the first time was at 19, decades ago.
Ridden some in Oakridge, Mt St Helens, Bend, the Cream Puff (ouch) and Molalla.
Any other favorite southern OR trails?
 

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Don't count on hitching back up. I've struck out two out of three times, the last being Memorial Day. Tons of traffic, and nobody even slowed down. And I had my bike stashed and I'm not scary looking
 
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