Whiskey Run Trails
Purpose built mountain biking trail system in the Coos County Forest. Trails for all levels of riders from family friendly/beginner areas at The Snag to advanced jump lines and Double Black hand-built fall-line trails. This system is constantly expanding so be sure to keep coming back for more
Grants, funding, and support provided by Wild Rivers Coast Alliance, Coos County, Travel Oregon, Wild Rivers Coast Mountain Biking Association, and Travel Southern Oregon Coast.
Enjoy the trails? Our trails are 100% maintained through our local mountain bike club: Wild Rivers Coast MTB Association.
Check https://Trailforks.com for the latest trail maps, conditions, and a wealth of information about the trail system to get you ready for a great time! Trailforks - Whiskey Run Map
More Mountain Biking
Winchester Trails - 10 miles north of Bandon on Hwy 101 - Trail Map
Blue Ridge Trails - 15 miles east of Coos Bay - Trail Map
Cape Blanco State Park - 20 miles south of Bandon - Map on page 2
Euphoria Ridge Trails - 30 miles east of Bandon - Trail Map
Road & Gravel Rides
Bandon Area 12 Mile Road Ride
Bandon Area 18 Mile Road Ride
Bandon Area 28 Mile Road Ride
Bandon Area 35 Mile Road Ride
Bandon Area 48 Mile Road Ride
Bandon Cranberry Century Bike Ride (Bandon-Sitkum)
Powers Area Road Rides (Tour de Fronds)
Powers Area Gravel Bike and Mountain Bike Rides (Tour de Fronds)
Bike Packing - Oregon 3 Rivers Route
Fat Biking the Southern Oregon Coast
We find fat tire bikes are great for all-around riding in our area, at the beach, backcountry, and trails, as well as an all-around fun ride.
Oregon Coast Trail - North Bend to Bandon - On and off the beach!
Oregon Coast Trail on the beach from Bandon to Port Orford - Ride the beach!
Wild Rivers Coast Scenic Bikeway
Wild Rivers Coast Scenic Bikeway - Officially designated by the State of Oregon in June 2015, this Scenic Bikeway starts and finishes in Port Orford, which is just 25 miles south of Bandon. From the wild and scenic Elk River, to Cape Blanco, Paradise Point, Garrison Lake, and Port Orford Heads, this 60 mile ride offers a wide variety of beauty. See the Map and Cue Sheet Here
Travel Oregon - Bicycling - State of Oregon official site
Trans America Trail - offroad route across the United States that finishes at Port Orford - Transam Map