PNW Shuttle Pass

mountain biking in the pacific northwest

Take a mountain biking road trip through the Pacific Northwest to explore some of the best riding in the region. The PNW Shuttle Pass unlocks two shuttle rides with three outfitters, for up to six days of mountain biking in Oregon and Northern California.

Outfitters and locations:

The PNW shuttle Pass Details:

  • 2 non-transferable shuttles with each of the participating businesses¬†for a total of 6 shuttles. One user per pass.
  • Shuttles must be redeemed before the end of the current season, no refunds.
  • PNW Shuttle Pass cannot be combined with any other promotion at any of the participating outfitters.
  • Shuttle service depends on environmental conditions at each location: shuttles typically begin on May 1, when the snow melts out, and run through October 31, when the snow tends to come back.
  • Each outfitter will have shuttles open to book around April 1.

How it works

$210 value for $129
Through 4/30/24
Increases to $150 5/1/24

STEP 1: Purchase the PNW Shuttle Pass

  • The PNW Shuttle Pass is purchased from and administered by Cog Wild.
  • In the confirmation email you will receive a code that is immediately active for Ashland — the Bend & Mt. Shasta codes must be approved manually and may take 24 hrs to become active.

Step 2: Book Shuttles

  • Copy your code(s) from your confirmation email to reserve your shuttle(s) for the time & date you wish with each outfitter.

Road Trip Planning

Driving between locations

  • Shasta : Ashland: 75 miles via I-5, 1h15m.
  • Ashland : Oakridge: 180 miles, 3h15m via OR 58 & 97 or I-5 south. Crater Lake National Park is on the way and is always worth the stop.
  • Oakridge : Bend: 100 miles, 1h45m via OR 58 and OR 97. On your way across, ride the high country trails near Willamette Pass and camp along the Cascade Lakes Highway.
  • Bend : Shasta: 215 miles, 3h30m via OR 97. Check out the Spence Mountain Trails near Klamath Falls en route.

Coming from the south:

  • Loop 1: Drive I-5 North to Mt. Shasta to ride with Shasta Gravity Adventures. Continue north on OR97 to OR 58 west, to shuttle with Cog Wild in Oakridge. Continue west on OR 58 to I-5 south and finish your trip with shuttles and culture in Ashland.
  • Loop 2: Take I-5 North to Mt. Shasta to ride with Shasta Gravity Adventures. Continue north on OR97 to Bend for a couple days of gravity assisted cross country riding. Head south on OR97 to Crater Lake National park, see the scene, continue to Ashland for a few more days of riding.

coming from the north or west:

  • Take I-5 South to OR 58 east to Oakridge to begin with a shuttle from Cog Wild. Continue east on OR 58 to the Cascade Lakes Highway east to Bend for a second day of riding with Cog Wild. Go South on OR97 to I-5 to Mt. Shasta to shuttle with them. Return north via I-5 to Ashland.

Coming From the east:

  • Take OR20 into Bend for a Bend shuttle, then head south on OR 97 / OR 58 to Oakridge for another day of riding. Take I-5 down to Ashland, continue to Mt. Shasta, then come back to Bend via OR 97.