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Eugene & Corvallis Mountain Bike Trail Guide

Eugene and Corvallis may not be the first cities that comes to mind when thinking about mountain biking in Oregon, but don’t let that fool you, there are super fun trails close to the cities. Trails like the Ridgeline Trail are close to Eugene, offering some solid before and after work or class miles, while areas like Oakridge, Black Rock, and the McKenzie River Trail are all less than a two hour drive away. McDonald Forest is located just outside Corvallis and has more than 20 miles of cross country style mountain bike trails. 

Between Eugene and Corvallis, there is a fun little mountain bike trail system called Alsea Falls, with 17 miles of trail, about an hour drive from either city. There are a handful of intermediate flowy trails here that are pretty fun and ride nicely in a 10 mile loop. The mountain bike trails at Alsea Falls are a nice option in between the mellow mountain bike trails close Eugene and Corvallis and the farther away epic rides. This combination of easily accessible trails close by, and legendary trails within driving distance make Eugene and Corvallis fun cities for Oregon mountain bikers.

Eugene & Corvallis Mountain Bike Trails Map

Mountain Biking Trails Near Eugene & Corvallis

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Where to Ride eBikes Near Euegene & Corvallis

Ebikes are a great way to get out and cover a ton of trail, and are a ton of fun. However, before setting out on a ride, it's important to check the local rules and regulations regarding where to ride ebikes. Mountain bike trails are built on land under many different land managers. Each of these land managers likely has its own e-bike policy. It's important to know and follow these rules to help ensure continued trail access to mountain bikers and other trail users. Learn more about where to ride ebikes, and if you're curious about ebikes, read our guide to ebike classes, features & more.

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