Pat Thomas Mountain Biking

This year’s Enduro Fondo was a blast!  The mountain biking was epic and we had a great crew of folks to hang out with.  As usual we were greeted by white mountain goats at the summit of the Elkhorn Crest Trail, right before the epic descent down to Summit Lake.  Thanks a bunch to Range Tour’s Pat and Elishah for putting together a great weekend of riding. We’re looking forward to seeing more of Brice’s awesome photography from the weekend @BriceShirbach.  Here are a few photos Chris was able to snap with an iPhone for a quick peek…

Check out our photo gallery for more photos of mountain biking in the Elkhorn mountains…

Come see us at the Anthony Lakes Mountain Bike Festival, Saturday August 1st!

Guided rides for all abilities and a kids park!  Enjoy the BBQ, live tunes, local beverages and lots of fun!

If you don’t mountain bike, no problem! Come up, hang out and enjoy the festivities!
The Rock Garden Chair will run for scenic tours, just $10!

ALMR will be selling 2015/16 lift tickets for just $15 on this day only! *Limit 3 per person

For more information about the event visit

If you have questions about trails, shuttles, or guided tours Contact Range Tour & Shuttle Co.

Anthony Lakes Mountain Bike Festival

Hit The Trail: Eastern Oregon Mountain Biking Gets Rolling

Eastern Oregon Mountain Biking

By Elizabeth Farrar, Visit Eastern Oregon

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

In April, the region’s first mountain bike tour company — Range Tour and Shuttle Company — will open its doors. Owners, Pat and Elishah Thomas, moved from mountain biking mecca Bend to Baker City about seven years ago and were inspired by Eastern Oregon’s untouched natural beauty and recreational opportunities.

“The potential for mountain biking here is mind-blowing,” says Pat. “There are so many amazing little communities with spectacular recreation.”

Range Tour and Shuttle Company plans to offer 6-8 guided tours with skill levels ranging from family-friendly to advanced. Tours will be based in the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, providing visitors with a chance to experience the Wallowas, one of Oregon’s 7 Wonders, in a whole new way.

See the full article by Visit Eastern Oregon here: