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  • COTA Work Event - Sunday, October 29th

    Posted on in categories Biking , Event
    Lower Tyler’s Trail Work Event with Central Oregon Trail Alliance.Sun Oct 29th 10:00am– 2:00pm More Info Here. Come out and give a little love to Tylers. 18500 Cascade Lakes National Scenic Byway Bend map 

    There’s only one thing better than mountain biking in Bend, OR and that’s knowing you helped build and maintain the trails you love.

  • Boats and Coats at Lifestyle Wake

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    Donate some coats for those in need and enjoy some good times with music, raffles, giveaways, and fun people from Bend. It’s all happening Friday October 27 at Lifestyle Wake, 2470 NE 2nd Street. More info here!

  • Dance of the Dead at Worthy Brewing

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    It’s gonna be a Halloween bash “Worthy” of attending. Worthy Brewing’s Dance Of The Dead, this Friday October 27th. We understand there will be all kinds of shenanigans, contest, dancing and a few other surprises. Don’t miss this one!!!  More Info Here.

  • Fall & Winter Mnt Biking In Central Oregon

    Posted on in category Biking

    We hung out with John Frey from Project Bike to find out about some of the best places to mountain bike in the fall and winter around Bend and Central Oregon. The weather’s going to be great this week to get out and get your Backyard Adventure on. Check out the featured video for more on that.

  • Ticket Giveaway To Warren Miller's "Line of Descent"

    Posted on in category Film

    Warren Miller brings their annual fall movie to Bend this weekend at the Tower Theater. “Line Of Descent” will get you stoked for winter and we are giving away 3 pairs of tickets to the October 29th, 5pm showing. Go to our facebook page to enter.

  • Training Tip From Mandon Welch MSPT, PT

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    Whether skiing the backcountry, dodging jagged rocks, riding singletrack or trail running over slick roots, a strong and powerful core provide the foundation necessary to maximize your potential.  I like to compare a lack of core stability with firing a cannon from a canoe.  Sure, the cannon is a powerful weapon, but it’s largely useless unless fired from a stable platform.  Attempting to use your arms and legs with insufficient core strength is a very inefficient way for you to tackle the outdoor activities you love.

    There have been many innovative “core” exercises introduced over the past decade, as core strength has become a buzzword.  However, the old standby, SIDE PLANK, provides a great deal of bang for your buck.…

  • More Snow Before A Warming Trend

    Posted on in category Skiing & Snowboarding

    More snow on the way through tomorrow mid-day before a warming trend into next week. We’ll keep an eye on this system and what conditions are like in the morning to determine if we’ll get out and earn some turns. Be safe out there!

  • Grateful Bluegrass Boys at The Broken Top Bottle Shop

    Posted on in category Music

    4 Peaks Presents; the Grateful Bluegrass Boys FIRST show in beautiful Bend!! Come out and support live music!
    There will be a drawing to win a pair of tickets to the 2018 4 Peaks Music Festival and exciting information about the festival revealed tonight!

  • Rugged Thread Snags Big Award At Bend Venture Out

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    Bend company, Rugged Thread, captured the top award last night at Bend Outdoor Worx, Venture Out Conference at the Tower.  Out of 9 national Outdoor Company finalist, Rugged Thread was chosen to receive $75,000 in funding from Business Oregon to scale their business to a national model. Kim from Rugged Thread presented her vision to create a new repair economy in the outdoor products industry.

    It was an exciting night for Bend to see another local company breaking out with innovation and vision to change the world one repair at a time.  She is poised to bring new awareness to outdoor clothing and gear manufactures, as well as, consumers that extending the life of products is cost effective, environmentally sustainable,…

  • More Snow In The Forecast

    Posted on in category Skiing & Snowboarding

    Well it looks like another healthy blast of snow is on the way for the Cascades Thursday night and Friday. Snow-Forecast.com is calling for as much as 20 inches at Mt. Bachelor. Friday could be interesting to hike for some early season turns again.  Check out our Bend/Bachelor weather page for this forecast and other great weather links. It’s the one stop shop for all the weather links you need to assess local weather at specific locations. And be sure to practice avy safety.

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