Cranks and Coffee Ride - Bend

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12.1 Miles 19.5 Kilometers


95%

Singletrack

736' 224 m

Ascent

-738' -225 m

Descent

4,534' 1,382 m

High

3,871' 1,180 m

Low

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

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Join us for the fifth and final Cranks & Coffee on the West Coast.

Hotbox Roasters

Overview

Hotbox Roasters will arrive at the the trailhead at 8:00am PT and the ride will depart at 9:00am PT.

Join Hotbox Roasters for a Nitro Cold Brew Coffee infused mountain bike ride! During the ride, we will have a professional photographer documenting the fun and we’ll share the photos with everyone in attendance. After the ride, we’ll kickback and hangout at the trailhead near the Hotbox van for good times and giveaways.

These rides are no-drop rides, intended for all skill levels! We won't leave you for dead.

To learn more about Cranks & Coffee, to see a ride near you, or about Hotbox Roasters visit Hotbox Cranks & Coffee.

To order coffee online for 15% off visit the Hotbox Roasters Store and use discount code: MTBProject

Description

This ride will start on Ben's which starts from Phil's trailhead parking lot. It's nicely marked, and begins on the parking lot itself. It's a beautiful, smooth, and flowing trail in the heavily-forested Deschutes, and usually has some decent bike traffic. From Ben's, we'll cut over Phil's on a fire road which will drop us right back to the trailhead/parking lot.

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