Oregon Coast Railriders

Open May 20, 2017 to October 9, 2017.logo2016oregoncoastrail4                                                           Enjoy the unique experience of PEDALING  a unique four seated pedal powered rail bicycle along inactive portion of the Port of Tillamook Bay Rail Road.  Oregon Coast Railriders is located West of Hwy 101 in Bay City on Hayes Oyster Drive. Turn just before the tracks to the left. The  first season began May 26, 2016. Operating on Oregon’s beautiful coast, Oregon Coast  Railriders is perfect for group events, nature enthusiasts, birders, bicyclists, and rail fans.   All are sure to relish the peace and tranquility.

Pedal 12 miles  round trip from Bay City to Tillamook.

2 hours, 12 miles round trip
$20 per person / 12 years and older
$10 / 11 years and younger when accompanied by an adult.
Departures: 9 a.m., noon, 3 p.m.

ONLINE RESERVATIONS:

Please use the “Book A Reservation” button to book.

If you need assistance with our booking process please contact us at info@ocrailriders.com or at 541-910-0891 or 541.910.0089

This is a great group activity and definitely a must do adventure. Great gift for a special person or occasion.


 More fun: Joseph Branch Railriders                                                                             

15 thoughts on “Oregon Coast Railriders”

  1. Yes, 280 pounds per person is the maximum.
    Our equipment is not able to withstand anything greater.

  2. This looks like a really good idea. Very unique. Looking forward to trying this when I’m down there this summer.

  3. We are looking forward to your smiles and giggles as you pedal the rails through Tillamook county across estuaries teaming with birds and historic rail road bridges to enjoy the special treat for the view from the rails. Happy Railriding.

  4. Loved the railrider experience while visiting Joseph. Can’t wait to try the new one at the Coast. Lots of fun.

  5. This will be awesome. My family rode the rails from Joseph to Enterprise (and back) last year. Bay City is much closer to home. We look forward to giving this a try over the Summer.

  6. Can’t wait to do this! Do the cars have brakes, and how do you turn around to go back?
    Thanks

  7. This looks amazing! Saw on KGW with Drew Carney. Will there be a Groupon? Or a way to buy tickets online?
    Thanks! Teresa

  8. This looks awesome. I am fully prepared to do this. I have an almost two year old. What are your regulations on this? Do they pay? Do the ride on your lap, or do they require their own seat? Or are they to young? Thank you guys for creating something awesome!

  9. This looks like a great time. We will be vacationing in the area this summer and would like to reserve a ride. Hope the website will offer this capability when it is up.

  10. Trying to make reservations for 4 adults and two kids for either Saturday or Sunday on memorial day weekend. Have sent several email messages, but no answer..

  11. Those who enjoy the out of doors, nature, peace and tranquility will love the novelty of pedaling on an inactive railroad a custom designed rail bicycle. Our recumbent style seats are adjustable to accommodate just about everyone. Two to four guests per railrider.
    No doubt about it, playing on this rail line is an awesome experience.

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