Come bike the WACANID bike ride! This annual bicycle tour takes cyclists on paved roads encircling the Selkirk Mountains of Washington, Canada and Idaho. The six-day event covers 370 miles and showcases the International Selkirk Loop’s spectacular scenery – majestic mountains, beautiful lakes, rivers and North America’s longest free ferry ride. There will be a…

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Our 6-day event covers 370 miles/595 kilometers and showcases the International Selkirk Loop’s spectacular scenery – majestic mountains, beautiful lakes, rivers and the world’s longest free scenic ferry. We also have the best SAG support of any ride – so if you need a lift, no problem. There will be a few climbs to challenge…

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Saturday, August 17, starts at 10:00 PM, $10 12 mile fun ride along the Clackamas River and several lakes on a road closed to traffic. The ride is fully supported with prizes, free group picture and after ride party in a brew pub or lounge. Register online at: https://www.bikereg.com/cascading-rivers-rides Event Phone: (503) 630-3401

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The 17th Annual Mt. Adams Country Bicycle Tour is a glorious opportunity to ride the the beautiful Mt. Adams countryside with well marked routes, safe sag support, and, of course, the wonderful weather we’re known for. Choose from the 11.5-mile Family Friendly Ride (Trout Lake Valley), the 51-mile loop through Trout Lake – BZ Corner…

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The Sandpoint Rotary’s 12th annual CHAFE 150 ride starts and finishes at City Beach Park in Sandpoint Idaho.  Challenge yourself to a one-day 150 ride through North Idaho and Western Montana.  Multiple ride options are available including 100, 80, 40, 30 miles and new this year a 8 mile family fun ride complete with kids…

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One day event presented by the Sandpoint Rotary.  2 states, Northern Idaho and Western Montana, 6 routes, 30, 40, 80, 100 and 150 miles plus a family fun ride.  Breakfast and community wide after ride party at Sandpoint City Beach on the shores of beautiful Lake Pend O’reille.  Ride supports literacy and after-school programs for…

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In 1870, Oregon pioneer, James Lindley, planted a modest crop of strawberries in the fertile soils of the Mid Willamette Valley. Within half a century, other local farmers followed suit, and more than 600 acres of strawberry crops existed in and around the Lebanon area, close to the banks of the Santiam River. The small…

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