#Unannounced

A temporary tag used in the process of publishing Dirty Freehub 2.0. The tag has no value to the end-user, only internal value to the Dirty Freehub Team. The tag denotes routes that need to be published out to DF social media channels.

Devil’s Dilemma

5 Star Route
Bend, Oregon
A mixed route that circumnavigates Mt Bachelor. There are 14 miles of rugged and demanding riding in high alpine "gobsmacking" views and a creek crossing or two. A must do for the adventurer!
Route: Loop | 76 mi
Gain: 6,100 ft
Surface: ~ 70% gravel , 30% paved
Technical Difficulty: Demanding
Navigation: Attention Required
Locale: Remote
Tire Suggestion: 45 mm+
eBike Friendly: No

Fifty 50

5 Star Route
Bend, Oregon
A route that is close in to central Bend, short in distance, and has a good variety of terrain to work on technical skills. This is a go-to route when time is limited, or the weather is colder, and you're looking for something a bit "flatter" where you can keep moving and warm.
Route: Loop | 21 mi
Gain: 1,200 ft
Surface: ~ 65% gravel, 10% single track, 15% bike path, 10% paved
Technical Difficulty: Moderate
Navigation: Challenging
Locale: Urban Backcountry
Tire Suggestion: 45 mm+
eBike Friendly: No

Galisteo Basin

Development Route
Santa Fe, New Mexico
A high desert single-track loop perfect for gravel bikes and those seeking more adventuresome riding. Views are often panoramic, and the trails are spotted with exotic rock structures.
Route: Figure 8 | 19 mi
Gain: 1,400 ft
Surface: 100% Single-track
Technical Difficulty: Moderate
Navigation: Challenging
Locale: Urban Backcountry
Tire Suggestion: 45mm+
eBike Friendly: Yes

Harriman Trail

Development Route
Ketchum, Idaho
A close to town gravel ride along the Harriman Community Trail. History, big mountain views and a stop at the Galena Lodge, near the halfway point.
Route: Out & Back | 53 mi
Gain: 3,800 ft
Surface: ~ 70% gravel, 30% paved
Technical Difficulty: Moderate
Navigation: Straightforward
Locale: Urban Backcountry
Tire Suggestion: 45 mm+
eBike Friendly: No

High Lakes – Brown Mountain

Development Route
Klamath County, Oregon
Head to Lake of the Woods for endless views, deep forests, and alpine lakes, a scenic one-hour drive from Ashland. After the ride, take a dip to cool off and then visit Lake of the Woods Mountain Resort for dinner overlooking the shoreline.
Route: Loop | 25 mi
Gain: 1,804 ft
Surface: ~ 85% unpaved, 15% paved
Technical Difficulty: Unknown
Navigation: Attention Required
Locale: Rural
Tire Suggestion: Unknown
eBike Friendly: No

Kinzua!

Development Route
Fossil, Oregon
Kinzua! Sounds like a battle cry, but is actually a former timber town named after Kinzua where this route climbs up two good ascents and descents.
Route: Loop | 20 mi
Gain: 2,200 ft
Surface: 50% paved, 50% gravel
Technical Difficulty: Easier
Navigation: Straightforward
Locale: Remote
Tire Suggestion: 40 mm+
eBike Friendly: Yes

Milk & Honey

5 Star Route
~ Paisley, Oregon
The Paisley area has been plagued with bad wildfires in recent years, but somehow we found an amazing route that skips the burn areas. Streams, meadows, pine and ponderosa forests and ridge line views … this route is big on adventure and wildlife. (w/ shorter options)
Route: Loop | 47 mi
Gain: 3,100 ft
Surface: ~ 85% gravel / dirt roads, 15% paved
Technical Difficulty: Moderate
Navigation: Attention Required
Locale: Remote
Tire Suggestion: 40 mm+
eBike Friendly: Yes

Tum Tum

5 Star Route
Corvallis, Oregon
Experience the heart of the mid-Willamette Valley and the eastern flank of the Coast Mountains. Expect deep, dark forests, vista views, lung-sucking popper hills, historical points of interest, and some eclectic art.
Route: Loop | 39 mi
Gain: 3,800 ft
Surface: ~ 55% gravel, 10% single-track, 35% paved
Technical Difficulty: Moderate
Navigation: Attention Required
Locale: Remote
Tire Suggestion: 40 mm+
eBike Friendly: No