Fat Biking in Portland, OR
About Portland Fat Biking
When the snow begins to fall, fat bikes become king of the trails! Portland has its share of great trails to get out on two wheels -- though locals are known to ride fat tires throughout the year, not just in the winter. To see the best trails to explore on your fat bike, check out RootsRated's catalog of adventures.
Mirror Lake is beautiful all times of year, but is exceptionally gorgeous covered in snow. Fat biking this route will allow for a unique experience even if the adventurer has been there before.
Opal Creek is a scenic old growth forest that allows cyclists to see what Oregon looked like before it was developed. Whether this area gets snow or not, fat biking is an easy and unique way to explore this route.
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