Our coastal single track is rugged and untamed, just like the Wild River Coast region. We have some fun technical rides in the Coos Bay/North Bandon area, some mellow terrain but amazing views and forests in the Floras Lake/Blacklock Point area, or ride the farthest west point on the contingent United States at Cape Blanco near Port Orford. Willing to travel a little further south and east? The Illinois River trail provides a great ride with great views up in the forest near Agness.

Let us know your skill level and difficulty and we can tailor a ride for you! All ages and levels welcome, we don't discriminate.

Coming soon in fall of 2017- about 10 new miles of mountain bike specific trails just a short drive north from Bandon! You won't want to miss these!

For the novice to intermediate rider:
  • Blacklock Point
    • Our Blacklock ride is a perfect mid- to late-summer and into fall ride for those with fat tires or mountain bikes. This trail is located between Port Orford and Langlois.
    • Explore sandy coastal pine lands as you cruise through Salal brush, pines, and rhododendrons. This ride offers great views of Blacklock Point and the rocky coastline of Oregon's Pacific Ocean with a great vista of Floras Lake before returning through a rich forest trail back to the trail head.
    • There is one point of "hike-a-bike" which our guides will be happy to help you out with, but the trail beyond the hiking portion is well worth the stair climb.
    • This trail is quiet and fairly easy for all levels or riders.
    • This is about a 10 mile loop with no more than 370 feet of total elevation gain.
    • As with all our rides, we will cater our trail and loop choice for the riders' abilities and fitness levels.
  • Cape Blanco
    • Ride the farthest west point on the contingent US!
    • This ride is one of the local's favorites: the views of the cliff-coastline and lighthouse are the highlight of this ride.
    • Expect a fairly average climb and descending trail that offers sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean, Cape Blanco Lighthouse, and Sixes River. We ride through some gorgeous and mysterious coastal forests, grassy cliffs, and sheep grazing pasturelands. You will be sure to see plenty of wildlife!
    • This is about a 10 mile ride with plenty of places to stop and take pictures!
    • Camping at Cape Blanco State Park? This is the perfect time to hire Pineapple Express to show you the local trails!
For the more experienced singletrack aficionado!

Blue Ridge Trail System

  • Located between Coos Bay and Coquille, these trails are multi-use (moto and bicycles) and offer plenty of climbing and descending.
  • This stacked-look trail system offers riders plenty of opportunities for loops, miles, and a great workout!
  • You will enjoy riding through some of Oregon's tall trees and fern covered forests.
  • Contact us to set up a guided trip through some amazing and fun forest terrain riding.

Illinois River Trail

  • Looking for a great full-day adventure? The Illinois River trail is a technical cross country trail that starts just outside Agness.
  • This trail has little maintenance from the Forest Service so carrying your bike over downed trees and across washouts is possible.
  • It gets hot up here, so plan accordingly. But the views and the quiet forest lands above the Illinois River are well worth the longer journey to the trail head.
  • The trail starts out pretty steep with a good climb and continues to traverse along the mountain side with ups and downs along the way.
  • This ride is conducted as an out and back from Oak Flat but can also be done as an overnight bike-packing trip. Email us to learn more!

Gold Beach Downhill

  • We have a secret stash of an amazing shuttle "trail" located outside Gold Beach.
  • This ride is for downhill experienced riders and includes some old forest service roads and over-grown ATV trails as well as an pretty amazing loose scree filled slope that has rock drops and technical line choices.
  • Expect rocks, scree, trees, and fast speeds on this ~3 mile downhill.
  • This downhill ride is conducted as a half or full-day shuttle, just depends on how much you can handle.
  • Please contact us to schedule and learn more.