Blast Off!

TOUR DE BLAST | June 22 – Mt. Saint Helens 

Cruise Around the Blast Zone!

The eruption of Mt. Saint Helens was a momentous occasion for the entire Pacific Northwest. Tour de Blast is a momentous occasion for every single ride who conquers this event.

Sure, you’ll climb. A lot. But the striking views are your reward, as are bragging rights and the sense of victory you’ll feel when you reach the summit.

The Spirit Lake Memorial Highway winds up the Toutle Valley into the Mount St. Helens blast zone all the way to the Johnston Ridge Viewpoint. Most of the course is on recently resurfaced highway (blissss!) with wide shoulders and excellent visibility.


Blooming Fields of Flowers!

PETAL PEDAL | June 22 – Silverton 

Hushed farm roads are calling.

30, 50, 70 or 100 miles – the choice is yours. Every route on this gorgeous ride takes you through a beautiful, quiet region of the Willamette Valley where blooming fields of flowers line the roads.

The 100 mile route includes a stunning climb up to the majestic Silver Falls State Park – a wondrous sight to behold.

Named one of the Best Bike Rides in the region by the readers of ORbike. 



Art of Survival Century – Amazing!

THE ART OF SURVIVAL CENTURY | May 25+26 – Klamath Falls Area 

Make this Memorial Day one to remember forever

Tucked away on the border of Oregon and California is a region that’s quiet. Relax. Sunny. Special. The Art of Survival Century is an opportunity to explore this alluring region by bike for one, two or three days.

Day 1 – Road or Mt. Bike
Day 2 – Gravel
Day 3 – Explore this outdoor wonderland on your own.

There is camping on site, ample nearby lodging, homemade granola bars and a growing community of people who participate every year.

The Art of Survival Century is not a well known ride – and that’s just how we like it.

Named one of the Best Bike Rides in the region by the readers of ORbike. 



Explore the Wide Open Skies of Central Oregon

TOUR DES CHUTES | July 13 – Bend

Follow the Wide Open Skies

Tour des Chutes is one part bike ride, three parts an excuse to spend a killer weekend in Bend.

With routes of 7, 25, 50, 75, and 100 miles, there is a little of something for everyone on this well established ride. That means you can bring the whole family, and all your friends (even if they don’t ride a lot) for a relaxing in the land of sunshine and beer.

New for 2019, they’ve added a gravel option.



Spend a Day Relaxing on your Bike

LUMINOSA | August 10 – Champoeg State Park 

Rollin’ Out for an Amazing Cause

Many of us live lives of relative ease, but for plenty of Oregon families, that’s not always the case. That’s why Morrison Family Series has spent the last 72 years providing services to assist families facing adversity and hardship.

Morrison Family Services makes Oregon a better place to live.

Last year to support these efforts they launched the brand new Luminosa Metric Century, and the crowd went wild. The event returns this year with a new venue and all new routes, plus the detailed service that garnered them high praise in their first year.

This ride’s a keeper! Head out to see for yourself.


Ramble for the bRamble!

BLACKBERRY BRAMBLE | August 4 – Eugene 

Who can say no to Blackberry Cobbler and a Finish Line Swim?

The Blackberry bRamble, hosted by the Greater Eugene Area Riders, will be 21 years old this year! A perfect time to drink up the beauty of the Southern Willamette Valley’s cycling mecca.

This year, the ride is celebrating with exciting changes: a new routes through the Oregon Country Fair’s home, Veneta, Willamette Valley wine country,

There are a variety of route options for riders of all skill levels, each one featuring delicious food stops and reliable support. Back at the finish line, refresh with a micro brew from Claim 52, a glass of wine and enjoy a gourmet meal catered by Carte Blanche. And yes, of course, the day features their signature blackberry cobbler and Prince Puckler’s Ice Cream.

Watch some live music, visit vendor booths, or take a dip in the pool to top it off. With Pre- and Post-Ride Parties, attractions in and around Eugene the Blackberry bRamble is a delightful vacation destination.


Ride to Defeat ALS

Ride to Defeat ALS on July 20 is a relaxing cruise through the Willamette Valley.

The ride starts and ends in Mt. Angel, located just under and hour from Portland but seemingly worlds away. You’ll cruise along quiet rural roads, through the quaint Gallon House Covered Bridge, pass farmland and working fields as you sink into the landscape for the day.

This ride has a little something for everyone, with routes of 25, 50, 62, 75 and 100 miles to choose from. You’ll love the friendly support every pedal stroke of the way, and the many friendly other riders. This ride just has a great community feel. The event includes a festival finish line party at the Mt. Angel Festhalle, home to Oregon’s large Oktoberfest.

ALS is a debilitating disease that stops people from moving. This ride is your opportunity to make a difference in the lives of people living with ALS, and their loved ones who support them. We love this annual tradition to have fun and do good at the same time.


Unheard of Benefits of Cycling

Fitness is an activity that everyone should incorporate in their life.  Fitness boosts almost all the aspect of one’s life. Many people have now adapted to cycling because it also carries the aspect of fun. For one to be fit they have to be physically active so cycling is one amazing activity that can achieve many results. You can also reduce the risk of being affected by many diseases.

Cycling can help you prevent obesity and weight control

Cycling is a good way to control or reduce weight. This is because it raises your metabolic rate, builds muscle and burns body fat. If you are battling with your weight you need to combine cycling with a healthy diet. Cycling has also been labelled as a comfortable way of exercising and you can change the time and intensity to suit you. It up to you and how comfortable you are on the bike so choose what suits you best. You can even cycle first thing in the morning, take a bath after and you can rest while playing your favourite online game at, one of Australia’s leading pokie sites.

Cardiovascular disease and cycling

When we talk of cardiovascular diseases we are talking about stroke, high blood pressure and heart attack. It so sad how many people have succumbed to these diseases, but we are here to let you know that cycling can be a perfect remedy for cardiovascular diseases. Cycling strengthens your heart muscles and lowers rest pulse and reduces blood fat levels. Research has it that people who cycle to work have 2 to 3 less exposure to pollution as compared to car commuters.

Cycling can also help you with fighting diabetes

It is believed that the rate of type 2 diabetes is increasing and is a serious public health concern. Lack of physical activity can make your body prone to diabetes but make cycling your best friend and know that your health worries are sorted. If you can’t afford a bicycle, you can ask people for donations, for example, you can target us casinos gamblers or companies and ask for donations even if is just $1. Some bicycles cost at least $80.

Last Chance for GRAVEL!

Last Chance to Get in on the Grind!

Cycle Oregon’s GRAVEL ride is set to deliver all the things you love about Cycle Oregon – the amazing communities, live music, great camp experience, and the spectacular routes – only this time we added in a heaping helping of all-terrain exploration. May 17th-19th we’re heading to the lush green fields of Dufur, Oregon and we’d love for you to be there.

There will be live music from Tevis Hodge Jr, Jager Bumz, Tracy Klas, Al and Nolan from Brewer’s Grade, Ben Bonham Trio, greaterkind, and more will be rocking the main stage. And yes, even after a rewarding day in the saddle, there will be people on the dance floor. That’s the Cycle Oregon way.

Free beer and cider will be flowing all weekend long from the some of the best: Double Mountain Brewery and Freebridge Brewing.

So grab a friend, grab your bike, and get ready for the right kind of grind. You won’t want to miss this.

If you’re undecided, there are still spaces available but not for long. REGISTRATION CLOSES MAY 7.

To register and to get all the details, see the Cycle Oregon website.

Inspiring Bike Movies at Filmed by Bike

Watch the Trailer

About This Year’s Filmed by Bike

74 Films

72 Filmmakers

12 Awesome Events

6 Film Programs

3 Days

1 Inspiring Festival

PRO TIP: for the best festival experience, buy a Festival Pass. You’ll save $40 and it makes getting into the theater much easier.

The World’s Best Bike Movies

The 17th Annual Filmed by Bike features the world’s best bike movies. This year’s festival is their most ambitious collection of films to date. They are bringing to the stage and screen the voices of people who are often left out of positions of prominence and celebration within the bicycle arena – that means tons of exciting films.

This is a powerful collection of hard-to-find films from all over the world, with a little of something for everyone.



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