Superfuntime MTB Party 2018
The event called Scott's Cycle and Sports Superfuntime MTB Party means riding some of the best singletrack trails in the NW with your friends and participating in a party that includes shuttles of epic single track, organized rides of classic Eastern Oregon courses, a bragging rights non-competitive short track race, and a family camping experience that will definitely be remembered.
Saturday September 29th 2018
8:00am Camp set up at Nine Mile Trail Head of Umatilla Rim around Nine Mile Pond
10:00am Organized Ride from Nine Mile trailhead to Horseshoe Prairie and back (18 miles estimated distance).
10:00am Organized ride from Nine Mile trailhead to Lake Creek and back (16 miles estimated distance).
10:00am Organized ride from Nine Mile trailhead onto Summit road to Horseshoe Prairie to Lake Creek and back 35 miles estimated distance
2:00pm Organized Shuttle ride on the infamous Sinks Trail. Load up and ride one the funnest 4-mile decents in Eastern Oregon. With coordinated vehicles, riders should get multiple runs in. 12-20 minute runs with shuttle drive of 15-20 minute equals excellent ride to drive ratio.
7:00 Night Time Campfire and BBQ from Scott's Cycle and Sports
Sunday September 30th 2018
7:00am Pancake Breakfast from Scott's Cycle and Sports
8:30am Nine Mile Pond Short Track this is a non-competitive, for fun race determining the riders who can ride around Nine Mile Pond the most times in 35 minutes. Scott's Cycle and Sports may break down winners by ability and age and also by who raced with the most style. Every year so far we had so much fun we forgot who won but did remeber who had the most style I think and just quickly kept the vibe going and loaded up the vehicles for the main event the ride down Rough Fork to South Fork were riders flow down the 18 mile route ending in Harris Park.
10:00am Shuttle Ride from Rough Fork trail near Mottet campground to Harris State Park (18 miles estimated distance). This is the featured ride of the weekend with start and finish descending 4,000 feet of elevation for an epic downhill ride. Scott's Cycle and Sports will be organizing shuttles to Mottet trailhead and picking up riders at Harris State Park and then returning them to Nine Mile Trail Head via Linton Mountain Road. Shuttle space is limited so reserve your spot early or organize your own transportation. Ride can be done without pick-up via Burnt Cabin trail or non-motorized service road to Linton Moutain road (estimated distances 35-45 miles)