Cascading Rivers Rides – Raging Rapids Ride

Raging Rapids Ride Starts at 10:00 AM Sunday, September 29th, $45. Your choice of 35 or 52 mile routes along the wild and scenic Clackamas River’s whitewater rapids. Register online at: https://www.bikereg.com/cascading-rivers-rides Event Phone: (503) 630-3401

Cascading Rivers Ride – Killer Fang Ride

Killer Fang Ride Starts at 8:00 AM on September 28th, $95. A 2 day 144 mile (72 each day) ride to Detroit OR and back with an overnight in a campground or a stay at cyclists expense in a lodge or motel. Ride is along the Cascading Rivers Scenic Bikeway. https://www.bikereg.com/cascading-rivers-rides

Harvest Century

Cap off your summer riding season with the sights, sounds and smells of autumn. The Harvest Century, benefiting Community Vision, will provide participants with rolling hills, wineries, and routes that have something for every rider.

Tour de Cure 2019

The Tour de Cure is an event where no matter what road you take, you will be joining thousands of people from around the country who have the same passion as you to fight diabetes and its burdens. Tour de Cure’s cycling routes are for people of all cycling abilities and is regarded as one of the top multi-site cycling events in the country. The routes are well-marked, there are safety marshals and safety vehicles, fully stocked rest stops and more.

High Cascades 100

Hello Event descriptions are tough so this is it: Are you a mountain biker with intermediate skills. Do you need a goal for this year or reason you bought that sweet new full suspension mountain bike? Do you want to take the family to Bend, Oregon for an amazing vacation? Do you like beer? OK then 100 miles and 70 of those being singletrack may be just for you. Also we finish 85% of the participants and have the highest amount of women as a percentage…

Tour des Chutes

Tour des Chutes is a multi-distance cycling event and 5K run/walk in Bend, OR, that benefits children and adults with cancer. This non-competitive event features road routes of 7, 25, 50, 75, and 100 miles, in addition to a new gravel grinder route. A popular community event, 2019 will be our 15th annual event! All of our routes feature incredibly support including fully stocked aid stations, safety drivers and riders, mobile medics, roving bike techs, and inspiration from our dedicated volunteers. Following the ride all…

Salmon Cycling Classic

Celebrate the beauty of nature, cycling, community, and cuisine at this gorgeous event. This is no ordinary social ride! Salmon Cycling Classic offers something for cycling enthusiasts of all levels with a 90K, 60K, and free 25K Family Ride. Registration for the 60K and 90K rides includes a professionally catered Cedar Plank Salmon Feast, a specially designed salmon medallion (first 250 participants), and a chance to win one of several exciting prizes. Friends, family and riders on the 25k course can buy tickets to the…

13th Annual Gorge Ride

The 13th Annual Gorge Ride features world-class scenery from the Historic Columbia River Highway (HCRH) and HCRH State Trail.  This fully supported non-competitive bike ride begins at the Columbia River Gorge Discovery Center and Museum, 5000 Discovery Drive, The Dalles, and traverses through the Columbia River Gorge to the Senator Mark O. Hatfield West Trailhead, just east of Hood River before returning to the Discovery Center.  That’s a 38.5 mile round trip!  This route is a combination of historic roadway that is open to motor…

Salem-3-2-1-Ride

Salem-3-2-1-Ride – Father’s Day, Sunday, June 16,  2019 https://www.kdccp.org/salem-3-2-1-bike-ride/  Salem 3 Parks, 2 Bridges, 1 Cause A family fun ride supporting the Kiwanis Doerenbecher Children’s Cancer Program (KDCCP) Please come and ride or register as a “Ghost Rider” – No entry fee, you find donators, collect donations and mail the donations in. The 3 parks in Salem are Riverfront Park, Wallace Marine Park, and Minto Brown Island Park.  The 2 Bridges are Union Street Bike Pedestrian Bridge and the new Peter Courtney Minto Island Bridge. …

Strawberry Century

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 rural town of Lebanon, Oregon quickly became known across the country for its sweet, deep red, strawberries, producing and exporting as many as two hundred tons of fresh strawberries a…

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