Run To The Rock

September 6 - 8, 2019 | CENTRAL Oregon


A gathering of sorts

High Desert. Low Brow.

Run to the Rock is an extension of the bike community - a riding-focused, no-frills, moto family reunion in the middle of nowhere. No matter what you ride or how you ride it, you’ll meet like-minded folks that love the road like you do. And trust us, there will be some damn good roads. Come for the ride, stay for the people. We’ll see you at the rock.


Schedule of Events

Rides & More

There will be beer, there will be bonfires, and yes, there will probably be some questionable decisions. And each day, we’ll have plenty of suggested routes that will send you down desert straight aways, around mountain twisties, and exploring some of the best scenery west of the Mississippi. Check back often for updated schedules and more info.



Sponsors & Vendors

We’ll be bringing you some of the best names in the motorcycle community to share their craft… and these ain’t your typical vendors. We’ve got everything from moto tech to custom apparel and we’re pretty certain you’ll find something to fit your vibe. Selections will be finalized in late summer, so stay tuned for all the details.



A select few of our favorite moto partners will be highlighting everything new and exciting for adventure riders who really put down the miles.


Supporting local makers is in our blood, so we’ll be curating a handful of some of the best in the region to showcase the beauty of handmade.


Because there is no reason to not have folks there that simply support good people having a good time. And there’s sure to be a few surprises!



Rosland Campground

Set along side the Cascade Mountains, between the Oregon Forests and the High Desert, Rosland Campground serves up a perfect place to enjoy camaraderie after a long day’s ride. Enjoy plenty of shade under lodgepole and ponderosa pines or wide open spaces to soak up the sun and wade into the water along the Little Dechutes River.

A need to feel free, to feel the breeze.
The ride provides a freedom this gypsy needs...
And a sense of belonging to a familiar tribe:
a brotherhood that goes beyond bloodline.
— Highway Writings