Mountain Biking Grand Slam

Bend Trails » Grand Slam Trail Map

Trail Snapshot

Report (Date)
Length
5.5 miles
Elevation
955'
Rating
Forecast
Trail bed is covered deep snow. Snow is unpacked and not rideable.

Trail Reports

  • Bruce Bradshaw November 13, 2016 at 5:22 pmThere's a small tree down with a ride around west of 4615 road and before the 200 road.
  • Russ Omizo July 22, 2016 at 4:03 pmlost a garmin edge 705 on7/19/16; please contact me if found
  • Jay Marsh April 3, 2016 at 4:38 pmWonderful from top to bottom! One tree down about 1/3 way down from the top. Enjoy!
  • Jacob Hartley March 31, 2016 at 8:56 amno bueno up top
  • Derek Manwill March 11, 2016 at 5:41 pmThe lower parts are great! Not sure about up top.
 

Trail Description

Upper Grand Slam (above Voodoo)  is CLOSED Monday through Friday. Open on Saturday and Sunday only. Read More »

Grand Slam is one of the most technical of the mountain biking trails in the Phil’s area. Lots of nice, techy rock challenges in several sections. The upper section used to be called CIA (Cyclists in Action) and used to have a few nice chunky tech obstacles, but was dumbed down in recent years and several go-arounds were created. Boo!

Historically the trail was named Golden Schauer after a tall blond haired dude named Scott Schauer. The FS didn’t like the name, and other names were thrown around (Giant Salami, Good Shit…). Finally they settled on Grand Slam.

Sixty second clip of mountain biking the Grand Slam trail in Bend, Oregon.

Trail Photos

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Trail Reports » Grand Slam

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  1. Bruce Bradshaw says:

    There’s a small tree down with a ride around west of 4615 road and before the 200 road.

  2. Russ Omizo says:

    lost a garmin edge 705 on7/19/16; please contact me if found

  3. Jay Marsh says:

    Wonderful from top to bottom! One tree down about 1/3 way down from the top. Enjoy!

  4. Derek Manwill says:

    The lower parts are great! Not sure about up top.

    1. Jacob Hartley says:

      no bueno up top

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