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Weigh in on the use of e-bikes on BLM lands

Weigh in on the use of e-bikes on BLM lands

Where should e-bikes be allowed to roam?
It's a controversial—and confusing—topic: Should e-bikes be allowed on the same remote trails now populated by the people-powered varieties of bikes? And if they're not allowed everywhere, where should e-bikes be allowed to roam?

Some State Parks Open Back Up

Pilot Butte is back, baby! And so are some of its friends, as of Wednesday
It's been tough not being able to get out to all of  Oregon's great state parks during the pandemic. We've had some incredible weather and nature is calling.

Dreaming of Travel: Manzanita

A new Oregon coast book inspires us to look ahead to better, beachier days
We can’t travel yet, but we can dream. In this second excerpt from the new book “Day Trips to the Oregon Coast: Getaway Ideas for the Local Traveler,” by Bend author Kim Cooper Findling, take a mental trip to Manzanita, one of the most-loved cities on the northern Oregon Coast.

Outdoor Trend: The Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt

Similar to other events nationwide, local personal trainer sets up neighborhood "challenges" to add some adventure to walking the streets of Bend
With trailheads, state parks and other frequently used outdoor spaces closed or restricted during the COVID-19 pandemic, getting that valuable fresh air and exercise begins with the question: Where the heck can I go? Should I even bother?

Marble Racing Takes the Checkered Flag

Look out NASCAR, here comes... marble racing?
Hey, sports fans. Tired of watching reruns of the Miracle on Ice to see if the U.S. really does beat the Soviets in the 1980s Olympic semi-final?

Dreaming of Travel

A new Oregon Coast book inspires us to look ahead to better, beachier days
We can’t travel yet, but we can dream. In this excerpt from the new book “Day Trips to the Oregon Coast: Getaway Ideas for the Local Traveler,” by Bend author Kim Cooper Findling, take a mental trip to Astoria, the northernmost city on the Oregon Coast.

Salmon Run Goes Virtual

The annual 5K, 10K and half marathon races let runners race from wherever they want
The 2020 Salmon Run was scheduled for April 5.

OAS Ski For All

An all-abilities ski-a-thon at Mt Bachelor
There's nothing quite like the feeling of shushing down a mountain, hair blowing in the wind. And thanks to the efforts of Oregon Adaptive Sports, that feeling is extended to a lot more people.

VertFest celebrates the trudging up as much as the gliding down

Before you dive full-force into the magic that is spring, take at least one last weekend to fully bask in the beauty of winter
Before you dive full-force into the magic that is spring, take at least one last weekend to fully bask in the beauty of winter (or just toggle back and forth between winter and spring sports, like lots of Central Oregon outdoor enthusiasts do).

Corn Stars

The world of professional, competitive cornhole comes to Bend
While cornhole might seem like a low-commitment game to drunkenly play on the lawn, for some, it's a way of life. Renee Yocum moved to Bend from Lake Oswego with her husband Chris in 2018.

New at WinterFest: Outdoors Gear

Polar Market now offers consignment
The Polar Market at Oregon WinterFest is a hub for outdoor sporting gear—something many people in Central Oregon already can't get enough of. And this year, the Polar Market is only getting better for those sporting-goods junkies.

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